First stop was the newest quilt shop in Ashland. Sew Creative. The gals there were so very nice. And it's a very interesting store - lots of wool and interesting projects.
Here is their famous guard dog!!
We fell in love with this scrap quilt. Bento Box with the HST - kind of like my "Bento Box meets Broken Dishes" [aka Sliced Bread ] pattern on the internet, finished last year. But a much more dynamic setting!
The very helpful staff - with gals this cute and energetic, you know it's going to be a fun visit!
Love all the wool and embroidery projects out and about to tempt us.
Especially this one!! Birds ... they're everywhere, they're everywhere!!!
On to one of my favorite stores ... Quiltz in Ashland! Believe it or not, all three stores in Ashland are within walking distance of each other!! Even on very hot days! Yes girls, I do have to take your picture!
Quilts is always so clean and airy! Great selection of fabrics. What's not to like!
Needlework and embroidery supplies, if they don't have it, you probably don't really need it!
Here we are at Fabric of Vision - right off Ashland's Plaza - the town square.This tiny little space really packs a punch. I always find something I H*A*V*E to have here. Lots of unusual fabrics to draw you in.
A place for a weary shopper to rest! In front of their VERY FULL Notions wall. If I can't find it anywhere else, I find it here!
Monday, we traveled to Tater Patch Quilts in Merrill. Hey, gals!! Thanks for letting me take pictures!!
This store is fabulous - two floors, umpteen quilt samples hanging everywhere. Definitely worth the trip. Don't miss the basement sales room. Spend some time looking around ... if you dare!!! LOL!
In Oregon the mountains are never out of our eyesight - isn't this a wonderful quilt technique. Dividing a large [beautiful landscape] into 8 panels. Just Fabulous.
Funny how this advice doesn't touch on the restorative value of shop-hops!!! What a shame!!
Yep, even the bathroom is quilt-y and entertaining!
So many quilts, so little time!