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Recommended quilt shops in Greater Phoenix area?

Old 02-12-2011, 08:45 AM
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Hi,

I'm visiting the greater Phoenix area and wondered if any of the board members living in this area can recommend one or quilt shops to visit. I won't have enough time to visit all of them.

thanks. :)
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:14 AM
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East side:

A Quilter's Oasis, 9963 East Baseline Rd #105 Mesa, AZ SW corner of Baseline & Crismon.

Zoe's Trunk, 2990 North Alma School Rd #3, Chandler, AZ SW corner Alma School & Elliot

Cutting Edge Quiltworks, 1949 W. Ray Rd, Chandler, AZ it's on the southeast corner of Ray and ??? (I can't remember, not my 1st choice)

The Quilter's Ranch, 1721 E. Warner C-9 Tempe, AZSouthwest corner of McClintock & Warner

3 Dudes Quilting, 5053 E. Elliot Rd, Phoenix Southwest corner Elliot & 50th Street. (I like this one too, 3 fellas run it)

Downtown:

Bernina Connections 4219 East Indian School Road Phoenix. southeast corner of Indian School & 42nd PLACE.

Quilted Apple, 3043 North 24th STREET, Phoenix, Thomas and 24th Street.

West side:

Sun Valley Quilts, 9857 W. Bell Road, Sun City, AZ, Southeast corner of 99th ave and Bell road

Bearly Stitchin, 14270 W. Indian School Road, Goodyear, AZ, Northwest corner of Litchfield and Indian School, in same area as the Wal-Mart Neighborhood store.

There is a new called In Stitches, 2403 N PebbleCreek #109. Nice place, short hours the last time I was there. They closed at 4PM.

Good luck on your visit! Sorry to say that for us right now it is not short and t-shirt weather. Depending on where you are coming from it may feel like summer to you

There are a few more. :-D :-D
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:36 AM
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Not sure on how far you are willing to drive but if you have an hour or so to kill and want a pretty drive... Payson is about an hour maybe an hour from Mesa. It's a wonderful drive. Very pretty and one of the best quilts store's I have seen.

Quilters Outpost
904 N Beeline Hwy # E, Payson, AZ 85541-3768

(928) 468-6360 ‎

it's well worth the drive and the ladies that work there are just wonderful.
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:51 AM
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More east side stores:

35th Ave Sew and Vac - Rural and Ray, Tempe (main store at 35th Ave and Northern)

Mulqueens - 3716 E. Main, Mesa

Sally's Fabrics - 1235 E. Main, Mesa

Bernina Southwest - 7415 E. Southern, Mesa

Sew From the Heart - 9180 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale
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Thank you! Definitely will check out 3 dudes as we are going to mesa and will drive down to the dudes and then back to Glendale. Hockey game tonight :)
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Thank you! Definitely will check out 3 dudes as we are going to mesa and will drive down to the dudes and then back to Glendale. Hockey game tonight :)
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I will need to add that one to a list for next time. Thank you so much for the recommendation.
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Just left the 3 dudes quilt store and really liked the store and the 2 dudes that were working!

Thank you!
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Just left the 3 dudes quilt store and really liked the store and the 2 dudes that were working!

Thank you!
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Old 02-12-2011, 02:24 PM
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Really try to get to Mulqueens, if you can. They have a huge selection, and most fabrics are $6.95 yrd, batiks are a little more. No, I don't work there - wish I did though.
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