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Thread: Quilt shops in Phoenix

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    Super Member quiltmom04's Avatar
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    We're going to Phoenix soon. Can anyone recommend good qult shops in the area?

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    There is the Quilted Apple. I saw that on a quilt show once and it looked really nice. I plan to go there one day.

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    Mulqueens sew and vac in Mesa is really nice! Where in Phoenix are you going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pineapple Princess
    Mulqueens sew and vac in Mesa is really nice! Where in Phoenix are you going?
    Not sure. The Phoenician, I think.

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    It's a 30 minute drive from there.

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    I love the block-Where can I find the pattern

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    Yes. Malqueens or a shorter drive to 34th Ave. Sew & Vac.

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    You should head north to the cooler part of AZ. We are currently having a "Beat the Heat" Shop Hop. There are 7 quilt stores participating with raffles, discounts on what you purchase and a grand prize raffle. Three stores are in Prescott Valley, one in Williams, Flagstaff, Sedona and Cottonwood. I am going to all tomorrow!!! Can't wait. All stores participating are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pineapple Princess
    It's a 30 minute drive from there.
    Not too far when you're looking for fabric! :)

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    I like Zoe's trunk and it's in Chandler. There is the 35th Sew and Vac that's great (I think they have 3 stores?). I would look up places on the internet (yellowpages.com, dexknows.com). I go to Phx area in the winter to visit a quilting friend and we enjoy checking out shops we hear about from others in her housing development.

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