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Old 10-20-2011, 06:33 AM
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Hoping someone can help me. My DH and I are heading to Wilkes Barre, PA next Tuesday. We will be in and around Gettysburg, Lancaster and Wilkes Barre until the weekend. Any suggestions for quilt shop stops? Thanks!
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Old 10-20-2011, 06:46 AM
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Gotta stop by mine! I'm in NJ but worth the trip! Olde City Quilts.....Exit 40 on 95 or take the pa turnpike to the shop! About 90 minutes from Lancaster.

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I used to live in PA and would make semi-anual trips to Paridise and Bird In Hand and Intercourse (around Lancaster) It's either Paridise or BIH that has the BEST shop ever. If yougo to the candle barn, when you come out turn right and walk maybe a block and the shop is on ur right. It's Stofutz fabrics. IT'S AWESOME
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Old 10-20-2011, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by mamacool
I used to live in PA and would make semi-anual trips to Paridise and Bird In Hand and Intercourse (around Lancaster) It's either Paridise or BIH that has the BEST shop ever. If yougo to the candle barn, when you come out turn right and walk maybe a block and the shop is on ur right. It's Stofutz fabrics. IT'S AWESOME
All these little towns are in spitin' distance of each other and it is a wonderful road trip.

Kutztown, Pa has a great shop, Wooden Bridge Drygoods. A great little place in the middle of a farm. Wonderful people and great prices. They must have close to 3 or 4 thousand bolts. A small university town. You can get directions on line. Have a great trip.
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Old 10-20-2011, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Tulip
Hoping someone can help me. My DH and I are heading to Wilkes Barre, PA next Tuesday. We will be in and around Gettysburg, Lancaster and Wilkes Barre until the weekend. Any suggestions for quilt shop stops? Thanks!
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North of Wilkes Barre, about 30ish minutes is Endless Mountains Quiltery, very nice shop. Unfortunately we don't have much in the area :(

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Old 10-20-2011, 04:58 PM
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Thanks Everyone! I will start mapquesting tomorrow.
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Old 10-21-2011, 04:46 AM
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Lucky you!!!! Burkholders in Denver, PA has changed ownership and it is a great place to stop. Weaver's Dry Goods has great prices and a big selection of wide fabrics for backings. Zook's, Bitty Kinna's, and The Country Store are located in Intercourse, PA. Brubaker's in located in New Holland is a good shop- oh my there are so many shops that are absolutely wonderful.
Have a great time and enjoy spending time in the area.

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Ok. maybe it's Zooks not Stolfutz fabric shop, but either way it's a shop not to be missed. I soooooo wish I could go with you!!
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Old 10-22-2011, 03:48 AM
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Thanks everyone! I will post my "buys" when we get back.
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Weavers out side of Litiz, Pa. is great, Intercoarse Pa. is great for Kitchen Kettle Village, the Old Conuntry Store and Zooks for fabric. Lancaster (the town) actually does not have any fabric shops. I also Like dutchland Quilt Patch on rte 30. have fun.
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