Quilt shops I visit along the way

I have always loved to sew/craft and although my hands bother me (RA) and crocheting and knitting are impossible I still enjoy sewing on my Phaff sewing machine and have it with me in the motorhome. I only get it out about once a week to sew a little bit I’m having fun with stopping at a quilt shop in each state to find a fat quarter or two to add to my 100 blocks from 48’states. Some people collect shot glasses or magnets from each state, no I collect fabric. The following are shops I have visited.

THE SALTED NEEDLE, Cedar Key, Fl. Adorable quilt shop, probably the smallest I’ve visited, but one of my favorites. Lots of cool brights, cute patterns and since the shop owner’s husband is a fisherman, I had to get a fat quarter of their clam fabric. Can’t wait to make a quilt block featuring this super cute fabric



STEPPING STONES quilt shop, St Simons islandĀ GA. Cute little shop, near the airport, not downtown. Very friendly staff and owner. Loved the new moda line they carry and got a great sea shell fat quarter for my quilt.




This shop totally surprised me, not at all your granny’s fabrics. Lots of brights, prints, and great display quilts. Just a great selection and hard for me to just buy one fat quarter, so I bought several!!