Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
Thanks, Nancy. I visited that shop last year during the shop hop.
Besides Little Blessings, there is Loose Threads in Harriman. Exit 347, 1/2 mile North in Roane Plaza. http://www.loosethreadsquiltshop.com
There are 2 in Cookeville off of exit 287 (Jefferson St). Most Amazing Quilt Shop is in the shopping center across from Wal-Mart and Country Patchworks is just a few blocks further down the road. Turn Right onto E. Stevens and immediately turn left onto S. Lowe. Shop is on the left. Last time I was in Country Patchworks there was not much fabric, mostly embroidery machines and their supplies.
Also, In Mt. Juliet, The Quilter's Path. Exit 226, turn right. It is 2 miles North of I-40, turn right just past the railroad tracks and the shopping center is on the left. Owner is very nice. http://www.thequilterspath.com
If you have time while you are in Nashville, you should go over to Franklin to Stitcher's Garden & The Quilting Squares. http://www.thequiltingsquares.com
Thank you, Linda, for all the details!
I've been to Loose Threads, and I hope to check out the others.
I love silver thread and golden needles in chapel hill, TN. All fabric is $8.00 a yard including batiks. They are such a wonderful group of people for the this guy quilter to hang out with and are very welcoming to everyone. I nicknamed the shop Ms. Trudy's from the movie steel magnolias because everyone hangs out there, eats dinner and leaves their sewing machines in the closet to sew on.
Cindy the owner is wonderful to work with.
Where is Chapel Hill, TN? Is it anywhere near Gatlinburg?