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Posted by amazingcm (My Page) on
Mon, May 30, 11 at 9:36

It has been a while since I posted.. Life just gets in the way sometimes.. We are planning a vacation to Yellowstone.. Going through Kansas City , Rapid city, SD and Billings, MT.. Does any one know of a Wal-Mart that has a good selection of fabric.. Or good quilt stores...


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RE: Hi All

Hi--I don't know of any quilt shops. But while visiting Billings I was so intriged with their history (we took the tour) They also have a LARGE used book store (organized by authors). I don't remember where I found it but I did come home with blue moose fabric. Have fun and let us know what you find. PaulA


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The quilters travel companion website may be useful for locating shops. I don't know if they are good ones or not, but it is an interesting site - some link to shop's website, others just an ad. Have a fun trip!
Sue

Here is a link that might be useful: Quilters Travel Companion


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RE: Hi All

Grace, I have the Fiber & Fabric Mania travel guide and it lists quilt shops in all of the cities you are going through.
Email me if you would like more info.
Linda OH


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RE: Hi All

I just saw your question so joined the forum so I could answer. Billings has two WalMarts and both carry fabric. Although, for the most part both have similar fabrics. With in a mile from the West End Walmart there is also JoAnns, Hancocks, and Hobby Lobby. Within a couple of miles of that same Walmart are three Quilt Shops. And, there are another three Quilt shops in the city besides those! Please let me know if you would like further details.


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