The shop is located in Kimberly, Idaho, in a 100-year-old building. With 6,000 sq ft and a beautiful collection of over 4,000 bolts, I spent 2.5 hours dancing around the shelves, pattern displays, and drooling at the samples hung around the store.
Heather Cartwright, her husband, and the staff were so friendly! Since I arrived at the store early enough in the day, I had their attention all to myself.
Their machine quilting is top notch, as I saw the quilts their customers were picking up during my visit.
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After exercising an enormous amount of self-restraint, I left the store with this "little pile" of fabrics, plus a kit.
Before I left they took me on a tour of their 1,600 sq ft retreat area. It is perfect for a group of up to 6 people, and has a separate entrance. As you come in, the first room has a long conference-style table for sewing machines, comfortable chairs, ironing boards attached to the wall, and a wall-mounted flat screen TV. The next room has large cutting tables.
The lodging area upstairs includes 2 bedrooms with 2 twin beds each, a sitting area with two fold-out couches, dining and kitchen area, and laundry room. With very affordable rates, it would be an awesome place for a great time with your BQFFs (Best Quilting Friends Forever!). Plus, if you book for a minimum of 2 nights, your group gets 20% off at the store. Now, beat that!!!