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    I love Quilter's Alley it is on 4th street close to the expo hall. I go every year when I go to the quilt show and end up buying more there than at the vendors.

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    The Quilt museum is a must see if for nothing else but the stained glass windows. Quilter's Alley is nice shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAgal View Post
    Eat at Lambert's Café (home of the throwed rolls) in SIKESTON, MO. No credit cards accepted there, but delicious food. They constantly walk the tables with their sides and the rolls. You will be so full when you leave!

    Springfield, MO has some nice quilt shops.
    Many good and a few questionable, but fun memories at Lambert's in Sikeston.

    Scrapnut, Have a great time and if you have any extra room you can stop by my house and pick me ut.
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    There is a store out in the country south of Paducah called Backyard Fabrics. It is south of Paducah about1/2 hour and all
    her fabric is $5 except her Batik. I think it is 6 now. She has wide for backing too. Store hours are 9-5 Wed. thru Sat.
    The place is in a building next to her home and behind the pond. She is a wonderful person. Her # is 270 7051017.
    Happy shopping!!

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    Be SURE to allow time for the National Quilt Museum. Check online for their current exhibits. http://www.quiltmuseum.org/

    Of course Hancocks is a must, but the prices at Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day are very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacup View Post
    Be SURE to allow time for the National Quilt Museum. Check online for their current exhibits. http://www.quiltmuseum.org/

    Of course Hancocks is a must, but the prices at Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day are very good.

    The museum was wonderful. It's a must see. The quilts are wonderful. I was there for a few hours in awe!!!! Eleanor Burns prices are $6/yd for most. A few are a little higher. The back room is $3/yd. have fun shopping and seeing all the lovely quilts.

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    My DD lives in Paducah and we went to visit her last weekend. Hancocks of Paducah is an absolute must see. It closes at 3 pm on Saturdays and we were running late - so called our daughter and said that we were going to Hancock's before going to her house to make sure that I had enough time to shop - poor daughter - coming in second! She did meet us there about 2 pm and we shopped for about an hour. I am pretty sure that Quilter's Alley stays open on Saturdays till 5 pm. Don't think that Eleanor Burns stays open too late on Saturdays. You may want to call ahead at all of them to see what their hours are. That reminds me, I still have a pile of batiks to pre-wash that I got there!

    Forgot to add: There is a Hampton Inn really close to Hancocks of Paducah that we stayed in that was fabulous. We got a handicapped room by mistake and LOVED it as it had more room in it and the bathroom was very open. Also, there are two wonderful quilt shops in Springfield, MO and a couple of wonderful fabric shops also.
    Last edited by NikkiLu; 08-05-2013 at 05:35 PM.
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    Calico Country Sew & Vac is very nice too. Just down the street from Hancocks . Their main store Is in Carbondale, IL.

    Carol Bryer Fallert Studio is downtown.

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    There is a Lambert's Cafe in Springfield just off HWY 65 if you miss the one in Sikeston.

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    patti's settlement ...in grand rivers ...food is great .....and there is a great shop in benton ky and the address for hancocks is 3841 hinkleville road there are a quit a few really nice hotels close by and that is a good location to stay near food .,mall, and and right next to the interstate.....have fun

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