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Thread: Wisconsin Quilt Stores

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    I used to live in Appleton, WI and was there visiting this past summer. Appleton is on HWY 41 between Milwaukee and Green Bay. There is one right off HWY 41 at the Richmond St. (hwy 47) Exit that was new this past summer. Lots of fun stuff. My regular one is Piece by Piece on College St. It is a little further off the Hwy, but worth the trip. Enjoy!

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    Piece by Peice is also a nice shop

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    Mill house Quilts is a great shop also.Worth a stop not far off of 94 :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ursula
    We are planning a vacation to Wisconsin in May. Any suggestions on "must see" quilt stores along the route from Minneapolis to Madison to Milwaukee to Green Bay and back to Minneapolis? We are not familiar with the area so if there is something we should definitely seek out, we don't want to miss it. Thanks much!
    I know the area between Minneapolis and Madison.....I'm from the LaCrosse WI area....so here are my suggestions:
    1. Olive Juice Quilts in Onalaska is a nice one, lots of fabric and great samples, more options for "modern and quirky" than what you'd find in a lot of shops....
    2. J.J. Stitches in Sun Prairie - awesome quilt shop!- more traditional and primitives
    3. Mill House Quilts in Waunakee (not too far off I-90 before you get to Madison) is a really neat shop - seems like they have it all - both traditional and trendy
    4. The Cotton Thimble in WI Rapids has TONS of fabric.....they advertise as having over 8000 bolts and 1400 of that is batiks - the owner is a really nice woman.....
    5. The Quilt Basket in Viroqua is a really cute shop with lots of samples and "neat stuff"
    6. If you've ever been interested in The Cotton Theory quilt as you go method by Betty Cotton - Betty's shop in Osseo is a neat shop and Osseo is right off I-94.

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    Oh - and if you get over by Appleton - Primitive Gatherings is in Menasha - that's a really neat shop for primitives and they have their own pattern line, etc. They do a lot with wools too if that's your "thing".

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    Thank you, thank you! All of this information will be very helpful! Can't wait to get started!

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