|the Senior Owner|
|Notions and more Notions|
|Wool, yarns, cross stitch, embroidery section|
|Any and all kinds of trim|
|Thread any color you might want or need|
I had wanted to ask the owners about the date that the shop first opened and how had it evolved from its possible humble beginnings to the fame it now enjoys among the many who frequent the store. The stock of very old fabrics with a cultural history to them to the latest designer fabrics for clothing and or for quilting can be found within these walls. I asked if they would allow me to be locked in overnight but all I got as an answer was a thoughtful smile. I am certain they thought me a bit weird.Now you and I both know there is no way a quilter can enter a shop where bolts of quilters cotton can be found and not buy something!
Hanging in the middle of the store was a small quilt, a sample so to speak, a Log Cabin with various red white and blue "old fashioned reproduction fabrics. This picture doesn't really do it justice because my batteries ran out of juice and I couldn't take anther. It was simple but striking. I simply had to buy like fabrics so that I too can make a quilt like this for myself.
|Tiled novelty fabric with red white and blue repo's|
Hoping your enjoying my stay here at home in Holland as much as I am and tomorrow I am off to another quilt store, at this rate I may end up with quite the empty wallet before returning home to Canada, but there are a lot of SALES happening just now, and I am taking advantage to be sure.
Thank you so much for your visit today, do stop by again tomorrow to read about what mischief I get into. Have a MARVELOUS day today, and please remember your comments are welcome. If you have a question about anything Dutch please ask and if I don't know the answer I will gladly hunt for one.