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While in Columbus this past weekend, I had the pleasure of stopping by Sew to Speak, a fabric shop complete with sewing school. I was absolutely amazed with the variety of fabrics, patterns, trims, and classes available to Ohio crafters. I stocked up on all sorts of fabric patterns I’ve had a hard time finding – I could have spent hours there! Take a look at just at some photos from inside the store. You can see more over in this Flickr gallery.



Rows and rows of gorgeous fabric
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A wall of notions to admire
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A sample of the quilting classes offered
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Thread as far as the eye can see
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My haul from the store


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  1. everydayartbyeda says:

    So glad you got to hit up Sew to Speak while you were in town! Any plans for the fabric or just stashing? :) Mary Dugan, who made the quilt pictured, has a great blog to follow if you don’t already. (I’m having trouble leaving a link, but just google “molly flanders blog”) Her work and her classes are fantastic! Are there any modern quilt shops near you?

  2. Lish Dorset says:

    Yeah, I’m so glad I got to go, too! I want to work on a quilt with some of the coordinating colors I got, but right now I’m just enjoying staring at it ;) I will definitely look up Mary’s blog – thanks for the tip! I was SO impressed with the quilts in the store.
    In metro Detroit we have Guildcrafters in Berkley, which is my go-to shop. We have some great places sprinkled around southeastern Michigan. I need to convince Sew to Speak to open a Michigan location!

  3. everydayartbyeda says:

    Eye candy is always good! I’ll check out Guildcrafters if I’m ever in the area, maybe next year when handmade Detroit hosts the Caucus, right? ;]

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