Wednesday, May 28, 2008

More Seams like Home

Here are the rest of those photos I was telling you about-

The window displays in the mall hallway:


the view of the shop through the front windows:



the view when you walk in the front door (straight ahead):



when you walk in the door the view to the right:


some closer pics of the wall to the right


the notion wall (to your left when you walk in the door):



and if you walk to the back of the shop and turn left you'll see the patterns, books, buttons, zippers & trims:



and I had take some photos of a few of the antiques they incorporated into their displays (a Seams Like Home signature):



The back rooms were not available for photos on Monday but I did get a sneak peek the other day and they have a very large separate room for classes and another room where they are going to put the longarm quilting machine.


P.S. My mother and I will be at Seams Like Home on June 21 for a book signing and demo so come by and say hi, and if you know any quilters that haven't heard of our book send them our way so we can show them how easy our method is =)

3 comments:

MMM said...

Nice post! The Shoppe looks awesome - I can't wait to go shopping!

Myra said...

Wow! Looks like a great shop!

Deb H said...

I visited the shop last Wed. I felt a little overwhelmed by the sheer size of the place. I also had trouble seeing the fabrics. I don't mean they were hidden, they were right there in the open, but I wanted them arranged differently. The felt jumbled to me. Batiks next to crazy quilting trims, fancy fabrics mixed in here & there. I wanted it organized diferently. I wanted the homey feeling of SLH & 3 Sisters, but it felt more like "Joanne's Sister".

I hope it gets sorted out, & made homier. They were my favorite shops in Anch., & the place I still want to teach in.