The Purse Dog is here to announce the "Quilts With Love" 200th post celebration! Read this entire post to find out all about it!While I was in Utah visiting Daughter #1, I had lots of adventures. I'll be sharing some with you soon. I made Daughter #1 and her Sweetheart stop in Brigham City at Village Dry Goods, a lovely little quilt shop right on Main St. Below is a view of Main Street as you head north through the cute town of Brigham City. Oh, and by the way, most locals just call it "Brigham." I learned that you don't always have to say "City!" It is a darling shop. I'm so glad it was open. During past trips to Brigham City, I never timed it right and they were always closed when we went by. This time we arranged our schedule to make sure we got in their before they closed. We spent the day in Logan and on our way back to Tremonton (where Daughter #1 lives) we came right through Brigham City...just to stop at Village Dry Goods.
Check out all these lovely quilts and fabrics below.
They have a great selection of notions and books, too!
I thought this display below was darling...an antique bed they change throughout the seasons! Right now they are displaying lovely Christmas quilts, kits, and fabrics!
Here is a clever idea below! This is a magnetized wall that works as a great design wall! How come I never thought of that?
I was happy to see a good selection of Moda's Prairie Paisley. I bought 6 yards. This fabric line is not easy to find where I live!
And look at what I found! It's a Threaded Pear quilt! I recognize those scallops! That would be Gina and Stephanie's Charming Log Cabin!
And look who's being a good sport. Here is Daughter #1's Sweetheart...a local who grew up near Brigham City...in Bear River City. He's keeping busy in the back text messaging! He was being so patient with us shoppers!
And here's Daughter #1 checking out the patterns for pin cushions. She wants to make some for Christmas gifts.
And speaking of pin cushions! Check out the darling pin cushion I picked up at Village Dry Goods! Well, this can be yours! It's a pin cushion on an antique-type "c-clamp". I clamped it to my antique sewing table. And I want this to be yours! Just leave a comment on this post before Sun. Aug. 17th midnight PDT. Just tell me what is your favorite quilt shop. The Purse Dog and I would like to know! (one entry per person...and to keep shipping costs down, it's open to US residents only.)
Leave me a post today! Tell me and The Purse Dog what is your favoirte quilt shop!