Oh, I love Seattle, I am hoping you have an enjoyable experience which shop looks beautiful. I love Sew Katie Did’s half-square triangle. Love to meet you and see the sweet shop. I don’t live a long way away, in Spokane and most of my family is there. I am due for a vacation over but I can’t for at least another month. Sorry. Have a great time, I know you will. I’m going to be up there at the END of April.
What a shame but those are some lucky Seattle-ites who’ll get to meet you and see your quilts in person! I am there to meet you. BTW, I posted the quilt I told you about on my blog. Have a great trip! Oh Jacquie I am a Seattle-ite and I am going to definitely make an effort to pop by and say hi!
I would love to see your beautiful quilts in person. I just made it into the new Fabric Crush location and it’s really beautiful. They’ve done a great job with the area and I anticipate shopping there a great deal in the future. Plus, it’s next door to the world’s best cupcakes, Trophy (they even do my wedding cupcakes!). Fabric and wedding cake in one place?
Oh, I wish me there is going to be. I am heading there today. My daughter has there a fresh job and apartment. Have a great visit. I think Seattle is an incredible City. I’ll have to find Fabric Crush while I am there. ENJOY and safe travels. No-one will notice you’re wearing your one clothing several times in a row as they admire your lovely quilts!
Have an excellent time. Enjoy your road trip! Sure wish I possibly could pop by and find out you in Seattle. My child lives not too much from there. I’m up in Vancouver, but thanks for letting us find out about Fabric Crush – it is a shop I am going to definitely look for next time I’m ‘down south’. Have a great trip Jacquie! It’s a great shop. So excited she’s moved so close to my house.
I’m wishing to be there! It’ll be my first chance to see the new store, too. I used to live in Seattle. Fabric Crush looks fabulous! Have a fun safe trip. In Apr Wish I would maintain Seattle. We ‘re going that way in July. So sorry I will miss you. I’m going to be there on the 9th!
If I could fly back a few days early, I’d like to be there.Bummer! All the best and that store is LOVELY! Wish I possibly could drop by – have an excellent time – you should go to Orangette’s restaurant when you are in Seattle – it sounds so yummy! I want to begin quilting a queen/king size quilt – I cannot even imagine how long it requires bind one too! Imagine if you got your quilts away and put me in the suitcase? I’m hoping to make it directly into say Hi. I trust Amber, go eat at Delancy in Ballard.
It’s the best dish pizza ever! But go early before they actually open up. People stand in line to enter. Or call and make reservations. You won’t regret it. I put you on the calendar. I haven’t made it over to their new space yet and now I must. See you on Tuesday! LOL. I thought so.
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