|The Woolen Willow, located in Williamstown, WV.|
|From the check-out line, the store is filled with interesting nooks and crannies.|
Thanks, JoAnn, for posing! ;)
|Bolts and bolts of fabric. A clearance section is off the left.|
|Inviting displays and pretty quilts lure shoppers to participate in 'retail therapy.'|
|Even above the door, there's room for little quilts.|
|This fashionable gal welcomes shoppers to a room for woolen projects and supplies.|
|And still more displays, quilts and fabric.|
|What quaint architecture! I found the entire town of Marietta|
to be equally charming. This shop is called Log Cabin Country Quilts,
and rather than being a fabric store, it was more a quilting service.
|The folks at the quilt shop recommended this diner just down the street |
from them for our lunch. Marietta's Soda Museum, which also serves as a nice little dinette,
is packed full of Coke memorabilia.
|This is just a little bit of the items in this museum! It was absolutely incredible.|
And we had a nice lunch, too!
|This shop is also in Marietta--one we found because Terry had seen it one weekend|
when she was in town with her husband for a gun show. It's called Puzzle Piece Quilt Shop.
|A very nice shop, the owner has a penchant for paisley - be still my heart!|
I have enough paisley to make several dozen quilts! I appreciate her taste!
|I really enjoyed looking at all the display quilts. Very appealingly arranged|
and the variety attracts many tastes.
Now, about the retail therapy...yes, I did make some purchases. I will show you some of that in a future post.
Another future post will cover the fun sewing day I had on Monday at Sherrie T.'s annual Veterans' Day sew-in. I took pictures of not only my project, but also those of the other Frienzies.
I've had a lot of sewing and quilting activities lately, and I seem to be lagging at writing about them here. I will get caught up -- one of these days!
Happy Quilting, Friends!