Tuesday, November 1, 2011

A Dream Come True

When you are a fabric lover like I am,
you dream of a shop like....
Cotton Blossom Quilt Shop!
The owners Keith and Naomi Cable
are ready to help you create a
successful quilting project.
From the moment you open the door
you are greeted with friendly faces
and helpful advice.
Keith discusses an upcoming class
with one of the knowledgeable
teachers.

So many bolts of fun fabric!
Fat quarters just waiting
for good home!

Sale fabrics! 
No need to keep a red pencil in your
glove box.  You know, the pencil you
use to mark a sale price on things
before you take them in the house!

 An example of one of the many classes.
Naomi offers long arm quilting, if
hand quilting is not how you like
to spend your time.  Although,
there is something zen like, in
 the rythmic stitching of cloth.

More Moda fabric than should really
be seen in one place.

 I have so much looking at these
fat quarters and coming up with
great combinations.

I know, I am a crazy quilter, not
a traditional quilter.  Why would
I be so excited about a traditional
quilt shop?
  I pieced these blocks for a crazy quilting
Round Robin Block swap,
 using fabrics from the
They have an online shop,
 so you can visit and
have fun too!


Love to all,
Deb





15 comments:

  1. That looks like such a wonderful shop! I have a place here that I love to shop for fabric and I think it is a combination of beautiful fabric and the awesome owner of the shop that keeps me coming back, probably more that I should.

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  2. You're hilarious, Deb! I never even considered a red pen/pencil. Genius!
    xoxo
    Donna

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  3. This is indeed a dream shop! Thanks for sharing.
    And your blocks are just beautiful.
    A red pen... hmm... I wish I thought of that... LOL

    Hugs,
    Annamaria

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  4. Love the blocks you made, they are fantastic! What a fun trip and great shop to spend time drooling over all that gorgeous fabric :)

    No matter what type of quilting, crazy or sane, fabric shops are always a wonderland of possibilities!

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  5. OHHH taht is surely a wonderful shop Deb,-cosy and filled with fantastic materials.
    Your block are so beautiful, I love the fabrics you used.
    Hugs,Dorthe

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  6. Beautiful fabrics! My Mother was a quilter and made some gorgeous quilts over the years! I LOVE the FLORA, sooooo pretty! Your blocks are gorgeous too!

    Have a blessed day dear Deb, HUGS!

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  7. The shop looks heavenly even for a non-quilter like me! And yes, hand sewing is zenful!

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  8. oh, wonderful! Your blocks, the shop, the fabrics...!

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  9. I know what you mean Deb, we have a quilt shop in our town called Sew Elegant. It's huge, with floor to ceiling bolts of cloth, and the walls up front are draped in quilted wall hangings. Everything is there, and crazy or sane, it's a quilters paradise!

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  10. What a wonderful little shop! I love quilt shops and marvel at how they can all be so different. It seems everyone can always find something that needs to follow them home...

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  11. Looks like a great shop! Love the fabrics you've chosen for your block. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.

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  12. Looks like a wonderful shop,Deb and your blogs look beautiful!!
    Love the script fabric you used.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  13. Thanks for sharing this shop Deb! The quilting shops always have so much more to offer in variety and quality.

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  14. Great red pen idea... I love the eye inspiration in a nice quilt shopp too.. and I am not even a quilter... hugs

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  15. The quilts are so fantastic! I love them! Thank you so much for your blog! :)

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