|Vicky Ianucci & Gloria Parsons of Olde Green Cupboard Designs|
What style of fabric will they be designing? Think English and French Farmhouse for beautiful, warm, and cozy fabrics. Click here to take a look at Gloria and Vicky's first collection called County Londonderry.
Gloria and Vicky have created a bunch of new patterns using County Londonderry. Click here to visit their website and see all the fun stuff they have to offer. And, their blog is a must, where you really get to know them and feel how fun and energetic they really are!!
The Quilt Merchant was my first stop. This shop is "my home shop". I visit it more than any other, and when I have a bit of extra time, I teach there, too. My dear friend, Docia Fuller, recently sold the shop so she could retire (and have more time to sew and knit!) , and Valerie Langue bought the shop. Thank you, Val, because I don't know what we would have done if The Quilt Merchant closed. (Gasp...perish the thought!)
|Charleston by Sew Unique Creations|
|American Gothic quilt pattern by Heartspun Quilts|
Pieceful Gatherings quilt shop. This is an awesome shop, and sadly, I don't get to visit too often 'cause it's about an hour away from home.
There are oodles of goodies in every nook and cranny. One of my favorite displays were two quilts from Country Threads new book The Blue and the Gray. Love that book! These lovely quilts are kits you can order! Go ahead...you know you want to!
The quilt is an original design by Diane Nieman, and lucky me....she used lots of fabrics from Pin Money in her quilt. The BOM starts Sept 17th, so call today to sign up!! Pieceful Gatherings is about 30 minutes from The Quilt Merchant, so if you visit one, you HAVE to visit the other. Would I steer you wrong?
Well...that's all I have time for today. I'll post photos from the other shops I visited next week. Don't forget to visit here again on Friday for your next Nabby's Sew-Along block!!