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Thread: vermont country store

  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    i love the site. no problems. they tend to be pricey, but they have items you just can't find anywhere else.
    Same here - they have some things you just can't get elsewhere. Have never had a problem

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    Always glad to hear folks love our area as much as we do. The Vermont Shop Hop is coming up soon - March 15-24. http://www.vermontshophop.com/ Coming from the south on Rte 91, get off at exit 5 for QuiltAway shop, then go one more exit to 6, and you'll pass the Rockingham Vermont Country Store on your way to Country Treasures Quilts in Chester. Then another 10 miles or so straight to Londonderry - turn on Rte. 100 for WaterWheel Quilt shop. Weston is not far from there.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt Lover Grandma View Post
    I agree with LynnVT. I go right by there every year on our VT Shop Hop tour. I also order from their catalog. It is fun to go to Weston to the old store. I love hardwood floors and they have them. My DIL comes up here from PA every year and makes sure to stop there and King Arthur Flour. Down the road from the store in Weston is a wonderful quilt shop in Londonderry. There are a couple more quilt shops down that way in Wilmington and Chester. Weston is a nice town with B&B's and a wonderful Playhouse. Fun place to go and visit.
    "The business of life is making memories. In the end, it is all we have." Butler Charlie Carson, Downton Abbey, season 4, episode 3, PBS.

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    I have bought several things from them over the years (not sheets yet though). I have the dry iron and love it!
    Everybody asks me where I bought it when I go to quilt retreats. I have always been pleased with what I ordered.

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