Thursday, July 19, 2012

I thought it would be fun to take you on a photo tour of the Stitchin' Post. They do such a wonderful job of getting ready ready for the quilt show and all the visitors to the store. They really stock up, that's for sure!
They make sure there are lots of samples. 
 


Lots of fabric!



All the books and supplies you need for classes.



Beautiful trim. 
Lovely wool.

 Beautiful yarn and supplies for knitting.


And then a bit more of this and that!

They even have a store set up at the high school where the classes take place.


This bottom photo was the raffle quilt. I loved it!!

I hope you enjoyed the tour!

29 comments:

  1. It was a great tour - wish I was there to load up in person. Like...bags full!!
    So much temptation anf fun.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I have never seen such an amazing store! WOW! Everything is so gorgeous!

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  3. It is a beautiful store, my husband sat on that white bench and waiting for me to shop one year. All the women that came in thought he was so kind to sit and wait. But I really loved that shop with all the awesome wool.....

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  4. Lori, thank you for sharing the eye candy. I really love the jack o lantern quilt.

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  5. The Stitchin Post looks like a fun place to visit. Some day I will go there and take some classes...some day

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  6. Oh I have always wanted to go to the Stitchin Post, thanks for the visit, it is everything I imagined it would be :)

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  7. Thank you for the tour, I remember The Stitching Post well. I have a friend for N. Calif, Judy Reams, she and hubby would go to the Sister show for the week. Judy took classes, Jim went fly fishing. They went every year for years, do you think that you may have met her in a class?

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  8. Hi thanks for the visit to my favorite quilt store. I was first there last summer with my sister and could hardly wait to return this summer. We were camping at Detroit lake and crossed the mountain in a terrible rain (and some snow.) My husband was a good scout and sat on a bench for over an hour and a half while I drooled over everything. I would love to go to the quilt show sometime. I will have to plan my trip out around it. Danville Illinois is a long way from Sisters Oregon.
    Suzan
    Ladybug Cottage

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  9. Someday...hopefully...I will see this in person, but this was the next best thing. Looks like a perfect quilter's playground. Thanks, Lori.
    And I must say, "this and that" made me smile! : )

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing with us! I am definitely going to do this either next year or the following year. Hugs! :o)

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  11. Nice job, Lori. It does photograph very well after all and is a nice shop. I just wish the fabrics weren't so much of that large floral print these days.

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  12. Thanks for the tour. I'll take the black wool quilt it's lovely.

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  13. Really cool Lori! I want to go back now and see things I missed!! LOL!

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  14. Great displays. So many choices! Hope to get there someday.

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  15. That is so neat! I loved the stuffed critters, and the quilts are fab! How fun!

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  16. Thanks for the TOUR. the store was so crowded as usual, so I only got a T-shirt and Bag outside and bought pins inside.

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  17. Looks like a well stocked shop with a variety of items. A fun place to shop and play. I like the jack-o-lantern quilt best of what they display.

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  18. I've always wanted to visit Sisters for the show and the shop, but now I want to go even more!! Thanks for sharing all that lusciousness

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  19. Nice tour Lori, I loved that pumpkin quilt too! And I did indulge in those wools the week before the show. We are so lucky to live close to this event.

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  20. Oh!!! I want to be there. You've made it so appealing with all your great pictures. Thank you.

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  21. Thanks for the tour. It looks like a shop I could get lost in. I've enjoyed your posts about the show. It's one I'd love to see some day. I have a quilting cousin in Gold Beach and hope to see it with her.

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  22. Thanks for the tempting photos. Looks like a wonderful place for ideas and fun!

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  23. Great shop and the diamonds in a circle quilt really caught my eye!

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  24. I would love to have been there shopping right along side of you!
    I love seeing all the samples and great uses for those fabrics.
    love the quilt that looks like forks!
    ok that house quilt is just so adorable! what fun fabrics.
    thanks for giving us a tour, I really enjoyed it
    Kathie

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  25. Love the raffle quilt!!

    Thank you for the tour. I wish I lived closer so I could visit in person. The drawers of soft toys are very cute!!

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  26. Looks like a bit of quilt heaven.

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  27. Wow what great eye candy.. Would love to have a good look around myself

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  28. It's so beautifulll wouah!!!!! I love it! Thank you.

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  29. Thanks for a trip down memory lane! The Stitchin' Post is always awesome. I have to tell you, seeing it without a gazillion quilters in there at the same time, is a treat! HOw did you manage that? LOL

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