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I love when quilt shops organize fabric bolts by color. So pretty. I cannot explain why I could just stand here and gaze at all the lovely colors. Yes, I know I’m weird. About a month ago, my sisters and I took a trip to Minnesota, and of course, we needed to shop. As Krissy and Becky headed to one store in a strip mall, I noticed a cute little quilt shop nearby and immediately decided to check it out.


Pine Needles Quilt and Sew┬ámay be a small store but it is full of amazing items. The different machines — quilting, sewing, embroidery — look incredibly intimidating to me, and I am in awe of the beautiful work that can be produced. So many ideas and so little space and time.


See! Just when I thought I had TOO much fabric stored in various places in my house, this adorable sign says I don’t have enough. Hmmmmm. If I don’t have enough fabric, then I need to buy more, right? I noticed numerous cute little sayings all over the store, but I think this one is my favorite.


Hey, the small strip of multi-colored dotted fabric on this tote looks familiar! I picked up the fun colorful fabric as a table runner at a local consignment store. Some of the fabric has been used in a few refashions, but I still have a good amount left — somewhere. I wonder if I have enough left to make a cute spring-summer skirt …


OK, how adorable are these bundle packs? So adorable and cute. First, I love the small size of the squares and pinking sheared edges. Two, I love the complementing fabric in the bundle. Three, I would LOVE to make a little blanket with the tiny squares but I know I don’t have the patience to deal with tiny little squares.


Um, how gorgeous is this little clutch? Simply beautiful. Whoever designed and made it did a fabulous job, and I’m pretty envious of the talent and patience involved. A huge thank you to the staff at Pine Needles Quilt and Sew for allowing me to take photos and answering all of my questions. I had a wonderful time exploring the store.

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