Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Fabric Fieldtrip: Quilter's Haven



Last week I got to check out a local quilt shop that I had not been to before, Quilter's Haven which is in Rosemount, Minnesota. It was a cute store with a nice variety of modern & traditional prints. In the top photo on the wall, they had one of the quilts from Anka's Treasures Sizzlin' Sixies book made up with batiks which was very striking and then in the front you can see a cute apron out of Monaluna Metro Market.


The store is easy to find on a well traveled road. (The store next door sells the snowblowers.)



They had batiks, civil wars prints and a nice selection of fabrics for baby quilts. I purchased some Moda Authentic for a bag and was tempted by Picnic Parade, Neptune, Wildwood, Amy Butler and lots of other fun choices... I'm sure I'll be back!

9 comments:

Love the Decor! said...





Love the apron they have displayed in your first photo!
Wonder if they have an on line store?

Suzanne said...





Yum!

Wendi said...





I just love quilt stores. All that fabric just makes me want to go in and quilt quilt quilt!!
Great blog:)

Wendi
rogerswonderfullife.blogspot.com

Erin said...





I Love quilt stores - especially finding ones I have never been in before! I think you did well to walk away with what you did and not buy more!!! :)

Jackie said...





Looks like a fabulous store and while your in there, the hubs can go check out power equipment.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...





I haven't been to that quilt store either. Thanks for the review.

Maria said...





Quilters Haven is my mother-in-laws local quilt shop. It is really cute.

I have a quilt retreat invite for you. Message me back, and I can tell you about it. It's in Minnesota!!!

Chris H said...





I love fabric field trips! I'm drooling!

Kim said...





I've been to this shop. The owners seem real nice. :-)