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Thread: Quilt stores in Portland and west Oregon.

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    Quilt stores in Portland and west Oregon.

    We are driving rom San Diego to Portland meandering around. Any suggestions for quilt shops to visit.
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    mary jo

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    Fabric depot on 122 in Portland. I was in awe the first time I went there. Huge fabric store and with quilt store quality fabric. If you sign up for the mail list you can get a 30% off coupon.
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    I second that about Fabric Depot. I too was on a road trip and stopped in... stayed for quite a while. I made for a great Mother's Day treat to myself!
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    I loved Bolt Neighborhood Fabric Boutique. Was there in March and loved it. Smallish, but enjoyed it. Bought some fabric I would never have bought elsewhere, because the salesperson was so friendly. Located in a neat artistic area.

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    Fabric Depot for sure. It's not so much a quilt store as a great place to buy all kinds of fabric.

    Definitely stop by Finally Together in Lebanon. It's not far off of I-5, north of Eugene, and it is definitely worth a visit. It's a huge shop full of beautiful sample quilts, lots of beautiful fabrics, and if you buy the last on the bolt you get a great discount. Tell Paula hello for me. (I used to live near there, in Albany, and I go in every time I go back to Oregon for a visit.)

    Then there's another great store in Jefferson, just a little further north, Purple Frog.

    Are you going to the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show? It's the second Saturday in July and definitely worth a visit. I'll also be driving up from Lake Elsinore sometime in July. Maybe we'll bump into each other along the way?

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    Craft Warehouse in Vancouver, Wa. Just across the Columbia from Portland. Not a quilt store, but lots of lovely fabric. The craft and decorating supplies are amazing as well.
    I promise not to buy any more fabric until I see something I really like. Or it's on sale. Or I think it might match something.

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    You might see if you can get hold of the latest issue of "NeedleTravel" book.
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