My fellow quiltsplorers (that's supposed to be a mashup of "quilters" and "explorers." Did it work?), I bring to you today an adventure! Well, not just an adventure, an experience. My friends at Experience Park Tours have asked me to let you in on a fun trip they have planned.
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New York fabric lovers, let's do this! This city is literally packed with amazing attractions, one-of-a-kind restaurant experiences, and yeah, super cool fabric shops.
If you’re spending just one weekend in New York, there’s no way you’re going to be able to do it all.
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Austin fabric lovers, here we come! Next stop on the sewist's city tour? AUSTIN!
The residents of Austin, Texas always proudly encourage everyone to “Keep Austin Weird.” Well I have to tell you, if Austin is weird, then I wanna be weird.
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Seattle fabric lovers, this one's for you! Oh, and also for anyone and everyone who may ever visit. This is for you too. 🙂
At some point during my formative years, Seattle became the coolest place in the country. Seattle is full of lovers of soccer, polar fleece, and great coffee.
Come, my fellow quilters, let's visit Denver fabric shops, food and fun! This city is walkable. It’s beautiful. It really actually is exactly one mile high. Denver is home to yes, some really crazy conspiracy theories (just Google some info on the airport…) but also some amazing food, fabric, and if that wasn’t enough, it also has 300 days of sunshine a year.