Monday, March 10, 2014

Fabric Shopping

While I may not have any quilting projects  to show you, I thought you may enjoy a few photos of a shop I only go to once or twice a year.  It's out in the country and I have to make a special trip.

Country Manor Quilting  in Battle Ground, WA has bolts and bolts of reproduction fabrics!
Gorgeous!
Great variety of shirtings too!
This is the sale room! (PART of the sale room!)Yes, be ready to dig if you need to find the "perfect" piece of fabric.

Here are the few lovely pieces I picked up, I can never have too many reds. 
Happy Monday!





29 comments:

  1. Such pretty picks...love your new fabrics!

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  2. Such restraint ... you only chose eight fabrics! Hahaha!!!

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  3. Terrific shop. I may need to plan a special trip to see it. (smile) I like your fabric choices!!!

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  4. Love that sale room, I could get lost in there!

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  5. I'd love to shop there! Wonderful cheddars and poison greens! I like what you bought too :0)

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  6. Wow, what a fun shop! I could spend plenty of time in that sale room :)
    Reds disappear fast from my stash and I'm really low at the moment. Those are nice ones you have there!

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  7. You had me with the purples, cheddars and greens!

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  8. I could have fun in that shop too!!!! I'm sure you will create something wonderful with your new stash!

    Carolyn

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  9. I like the shop too. But the people are a little different. If you run out of a fabric you can fine it their, years later. Sally

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  10. Fun! I have not heard of this place.

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  11. me gustaría pasar toda una tarde en esa tienda,
    no quiero pensar cuantas telas podría comprar,
    seguro que perdería el control y me tendrían que rescatar,
    buena semana

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  12. OMG...I have got to take a road trip there!! Call me next time you head up. I'll be the one hitch hiking with an empty shopping bag!

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  13. I've been to this shop many time in the past. It used to be in an old house until they build the building they are in now. It's run by a mother and daughter. There is so much fabric every where and the books are just stacked up in piles. Anyone going for the first time should plan to spend several hours. I didn't get there last year but plan to make it there this summer when I visit my kids in Vancovuer, Wa. Thanks for the tour!

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  14. Those are some delicious fabrics. Hugs

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  15. Oh my!! Wish I lived closer!!! Wonderful fabrics!! Love your choices!!

    Blessings

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  16. It is now on my list of "must stop" for my next trip. Can't wait!

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  17. I may have to check it out this summer as it's not too far from Dayton!

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  18. Looks like a person could have some good fun in the sale room. I received an e-mail from our big local shop that they have opened a 2nd shop with sale fabrics. They outgrew the already big building. I have not been yet to check it out.

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  19. Love the look of that shirting selection! They are my favorites! I totally agree about red ! Happy Monday Lori!

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  20. Love the purple, yellow and green fabrics. I need to add some of them to my stash.
    Looks like a great shop.

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  21. That shop looks like it might be dangerous to the wallet. I like your new fabrics.

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  22. After looking at all the fabric in the pictures, and surviving one of the sale rooms, I'd say you possess a lot of self control... love what came home with you!

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  23. The special trip was worth while! How I love those fabric shops!

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  24. Now that looks like a fabulous shop to explore! Nice purchases, Lori!

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  25. That's a shop I hadn't heard of. Looks like it might have to be a stop on the way to Seattle! Thanks for the heads up!

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  26. Those fabrics you got are fabulous! and the bolts looks nice. Sounds like it makes the trip to see your dad more worthwhile!

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  27. Oh I am so jealous!! Its a good thing I don't live within driving distance! Lucky you, did you fondle all the fabric??

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  28. Oh yeah! And that cheddar is sweet too! Great finds!

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