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Thread: Sign In Quilters in Indiana! Where do you live? What Quilt Shops in your areas?

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    Quilters from Indiana! Where do you live? What quilt shops are in your area?

    I am 1 hour north of Indianapolis, Indiana

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    I'm about 30 minutes east of Cleveland, Oh
    Oooops...you said Indiana. Sorry!

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    Monroe,....2-1/2 hours northeast of Indy

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    Rosedale, Parke County. No quilt shops in the area.

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    I'm in Illinois but only about 1 1/2 miles from the Indiana line---does that count?.....Please? No quilt shops near me but I've found a couple in Indy (my daughter lives there!).

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    sure, anyone can always join us, Everyone is welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by OneMoreQuilt
    I'm in Illinois but only about 1 1/2 miles from the Indiana line---does that count?.....Please? No quilt shops near me but I've found a couple in Indy (my daughter lives there!).

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    Westport. About 1/2 way between Indy. and Louisville. There is Tree City Stitches in Greensburg (16 mi. away) and The Quilt Box in North Vernon (13 mi. away) Joann's and Hobbby Lobby in Columbus.(18 mi. away)

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    Near Columbus- Lived in Westport for years S D G!!

    There was a shop in Seymour that recently closed, but they plan to sell fabrics online.

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    In Indianapolis, northeast side.

    Just moved back from Nevada. Wasn't a quilter the first time I lived here. Still checking out the quilt shops.

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    several JoAnn's
    a couple of Hancock's
    several Hobby Lobby stores

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    25 minutes north of Indianapolis. Always in stitches.

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    I am in Ft Wayne, we have a Joann's and a Hancocks. I am about 10 minutes from both and I have worked at both lol...

    There is a cute quilt fabric shop out on East State that I have been too, nice fabrics there. Also there is a fabric store like you are going to Grabil that has some great stuff. Shipshewanna is about an hour away and there are several there, Lolly's being my favorite.

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    I am also in Ft Wayne. We have Edwards Sewing Center which sells fabric and Janomes. My favorite quilt shop is Fabric and Friends in Roanoke which is only about 25 mins from Ft Wayne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thevintageseamstress
    I am in Ft Wayne, we have a Joann's and a Hancocks. I am about 10 minutes from both and I have worked at both lol...

    There is a cute quilt fabric shop out on East State that I have been too, nice fabrics there. Also there is a fabric store like you are going to Grabil that has some great stuff. Shipshewanna is about an hour away and there are several there, Lolly's being my favorite.
    Is that shop still open on East State?

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    about a hour from indianpoils ind longansport ind.

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    About 25 miles west of Indianapolis. I shop all the ones in Indy and also Lori's in Paris, Illinois.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn
    Quote Originally Posted by thevintageseamstress
    I am in Ft Wayne, we have a Joann's and a Hancocks. I am about 10 minutes from both and I have worked at both lol...

    There is a cute quilt fabric shop out on East State that I have been too, nice fabrics there. Also there is a fabric store like you are going to Grabil that has some great stuff. Shipshewanna is about an hour away and there are several there, Lolly's being my favorite.
    Is that shop still open on East State?
    Lolly's is the best quilt shop I have ever been to. have you been to the fat quarter room and the sale room in the basement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick
    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn
    Quote Originally Posted by thevintageseamstress
    I am in Ft Wayne, we have a Joann's and a Hancocks. I am about 10 minutes from both and I have worked at both lol...

    There is a cute quilt fabric shop out on East State that I have been too, nice fabrics there. Also there is a fabric store like you are going to Grabil that has some great stuff. Shipshewanna is about an hour away and there are several there, Lolly's being my favorite.
    Is that shop still open on East State?
    Lolly's is the best quilt shop I have ever been to. have you been to the fat quarter room and the sale room in the basement?
    Love the sale room in the basement!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dona Heater
    about a hour from indianpoils ind longansport ind.
    You are close to me. I'm actually about 17 miles north of Logansport but we are in town at least 3 days a week. Unfortunately no quilt shops in Logan (although walmart has fabric again) but Winamac has a small shop called Just Plain Annie's.

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    I live in a very small town in southern Indiana. My closest stores are L and L Yard Goods and Margies Country Store in Madison. I shop mostly at Hancocks in Clarksville. There is a Joannes too. Anybody close to me?

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    I'm about 1 hour south east of Indianapolis in Greensburg.
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    Hi Everyone,

    Come on Quilters that lives in Indiana, USA, lets chit chat
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    Downtown Indianapolis. All the Indy stores are about the same distance from me so they are all "mine" :-)

    Back Door in Greenwood is a favorite. I am doing 3 quilts out of their fantastic First Saturday bom. Quilts Plus also has a second Saturday Bom and I have done 8 of the first block (overachiever). Each store has such different fabric and supplies.

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    I live about 25 miles south of Terre Haute - which has not quilt shops but does have JoAnns and Hobby Lobby. About 15 miles away, in Linton, is Busy Bees. Rilleda's shop is a well hidden treasure. It is in the attached garage of her unassuming ranch home back a lane. It is much bigger than one would think from the outside. Tons of fabric, patterns and friendly support.

    I also go to Washington to the Stitching Post. On the way I generally stop at the Amish lady's shop near Montgomery, Wagler Quilts.

    A couple of times a year I go up to Paris to Lori's Pins and Needles. When I am in Indy at the dr I generally stop somewhere up there. I think the Backdoor in Greenwood is my favorite.

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    I live in NY but visit my family in the Richmond IN area a couple times a year. Always visit Stitching Nook
    www.stitchingnook.com/ They are just W. of I-70 on National Rd. E. (in the same plaza as Hobby Lobby)
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