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SW Missouri Quilt Shops - Which ones are a must stop?

Old 09-19-2012, 12:49 PM
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Default SW Missouri Quilt Shops - Which ones are a must stop?

Help I am headed on a road trip and think I am gonna have a few extra hours in my drive. So far the plan is to head south of Kansas City down the west side of Missouri to north west Arkansas. I see that there are two shops in Carthage, two in Joplin, one in Branson and a few other sprinkled about. I don't have time to hit them all. Which ones are a must stop in your opinion? I tried to search the board and at one time found a list of shops in that area and I can't find it again nor can I find other discussions about shops in that area. Thanks in advance!!!!!!
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Is this the post? http://www.quiltingboard.com/offline...p-t181186.html
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:56 PM
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I have not been there yet but if I was going through that area I would have to go to Missouri Star Quilt Co. I not sure where it is in the state but that would be my first choice. I order from then a lot and have always had good service. I love Jenny Doan and her videos.
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I've been to Missouri Star, it's really nice:
http://www.missouriquiltco.com/about...star-quilt-co/
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Old 09-20-2012, 12:07 PM
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I love their web site too. Unfortunately it is north east of Kansas City Metro and I am headed south of the metro. But come to think of it my boyfriend is headed to motorcycle get together this weekend and he might be going right through Hamilton. Might have to tag along. No wait ten hours on the back of a motorcycle I don't think so even for a trip to Missouri Star - LOL
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Quilts and Quilts in Branson. In my opinion is a must see. They are in a new location, with more space following the spring tornado. Went there yesterday. Loved it. No affiliation. Just visit on vacation. Another neat, smaller shop in town but can't remember it's name.its newer, smaller but really nice. Bought at both, of course.
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