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Thread: Any quilt shops near Yellowstone

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    Junior Member loulou1972's Avatar
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    Hi

    I'm going on holiday in October to Yellowstone and surrounding area from UK.

    I was wondering if there was any Quilt shops nearby i can take a detour to and visit.

    Loulou

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    There are none close by. Stitch-n-Time is in Jackson, WY, about 60 miles south, and there is one in Cody,WY, to the east. Used to be one in Red Lodge, but the road there may be closed by snow at that time of year.

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    I don't know of any, but that part of the country is beautiful have fun.

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    Which part of Yellowstone? Bozeman isn't too far if you're going to be in West Yellowstone...I'm not sure if Belgrade has a quilt shop or not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee
    Which part of Yellowstone? Bozeman isn't too far if you're going to be in West Yellowstone...I'm not sure if Belgrade has a quilt shop or not...
    Bozeman is about 90 miles from West Yellowstone and has a lot to offer. There is an awesome quilt shop right down town (but I can never remember the name of it). Quilting In The Country is a great shop - about 4-5 miles out of Bozeman. It's kind of unique because it is set up in a couple of the farm's out buildings. Check out their web site. If you go to Bozeman, you should also check out the Museum of the Rockies - a great museum that specializes in dinosaurs. Jack Horner (of Jurassic Park fame) is the curator there. They also have changing exhibits that have nothing to do with dinosaurs. I have taken many people through Yellowstone Park & areas close by there, so if you have any questions, feel free to PM me.

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    Found this link for a shop in Cody... http://www.friendsandco.net/

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    Bring your warm clothes and take lots of pics.

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    I live not far from Cody and the friends and company is a wonderful quilt shop with lots of western fabric well really fabric of all kinds tell us your route and I can tell you of all kinds of quilt shops Bozeman has 4 Belgrade 1 Livingston 1 and Billings for one in Washoe which is 14 miles out of Red Lodge a great one in Absorakee so you will find them all over oh I forgot the one in Big Timber have a great trip sometimes we have a beautiful Indian summer in Oct. and sometimes not but a good idea for warm clothes
    Dodie

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    Hi Dodie

    We are staying in Gardiner at the Absokora Lodge traveling through Great Falls and on the way back to Canada staying Missoula.

    I was a bit worry we would be able to see all of Yellowstone as on the park guide it said some of the roads close in October due to snow.....

    Can't wait and if i can find a few QS's as well it will be perfect.

    Regards

    Loulou

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    Quote Originally Posted by loulou1972
    Hi Dodie

    We are staying in Gardiner at the Absokora Lodge traveling through Great Falls and on the way back to Canada staying Missoula.

    I was a bit worry we would be able to see all of Yellowstone as on the park guide it said some of the roads close in October due to snow.....

    Can't wait and if i can find a few QS's as well it will be perfect.

    Regards

    Loulou
    if you are staying in Gardiner you will be going through Livingston and the quilt shop will be on your right hand side right after you pass by the interstate in a little row of shops also I am assuming you will be coming through Bozeman 2 are right on main street one closer to the hill on the north side the other right down town on the south side called main street quilting a very nice big shop there is also one off of main street that only sells reproduction fabrics a nice big shop and main street quilting can tell you how to find it you will be on the interstate passing Big Timber and there is a small shop there nice shop and is also a candy store but the main street quilt store is wonderful and also Oct. is an iffy month can be very nice absolutely beautiful but can also be rainy and or snowing
    hope this helps you and hope you have a wonderful trip if you get to Cody let me know and maybe we can meet in the quilt shop Happy travels Dodie

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