May Britt, Britt, Bjørg, Irene and I had a lovely day together today :-)
First we visited Lappemakeriet, and here May Britt is taking a dive in the candy basket. Candies are like Fat 8's.
Next we visited Kathrines Quilte Stue.
The 2 shops have different styles, and that is good, so there is something for all tastes.
Then we visited Stoff og Stil, which is kind of like the Canadian Fabricland -
reasonably priced fabrics for clothes, home decoration and such.
The selection of quilt fabrics are small.
They do have cheap zippers and buttons though.
After Stoff og Stil, the others went to Ikea, and I went home to have a lovely dinner with my family, cooked by DD1, who is home on vacation.
Living only 10 minutes from Ikea, it was not on my to do list today.
Thanks for a fun day everyone!
These are my treasures from the shopping -
the 4 top fabric pieces and the Sue Daley pattern from Lappemakeriet,
the bottom 3 pieces from Kathrines Quilte Stue.
The buttons and stitch markers are from Stoff og Stil.
For this week I will focus on 2 projects - Scandinavian Christmas + secret project :-)
It's not about how much time you spend together;
it's what you do with the time you do spend together.
Thanks for joining us on our quilt trip today:) We had so much fun and now I am so filled with inspiration and vitamin QReplyDelete
you girls had a lovely day together......ReplyDelete
what a bonus having dinner cooked for you when you got home...........
For ein fantastisk dag de har hatt!ReplyDelete
Nothing better than a Quilt trip with friends!! love 5he fabric purchasesReplyDelete
Oh how I envy your shopping tour with friends! We don't have quilt shops here really, just small selections of quilting fabrics in "normal" fabric shops.ReplyDelete
Mine hender var "in that candy basket" dagen før, altså søndag mellom 1530 og 1600. Hører dere hadde sett navnet mitt i gjesteboken. Nå er jeg hjemme igjen og skal til å pakke ut godsakene fra quiltebutikker i Oslo, Bærum, Arendal og Grimstad. Puh.. Godt det er lønn om to dager og nesten seks uker igjen av ferien. Apropos ferie, det er HER sommeren er, om dere skulle lure på hvor den ble av..ReplyDelete
Hi, you have lovely treasures from the girls trip. Mayby you could help me. I am new in Norge and I dont know nice quilt shops in Stavanger area. Være so snill, hjelpe meg! :).ReplyDelete
Hi Hanne... As I told May, Thanks for showing your lovely finds at the quilt shop... Sounds like you ladies had a lovely day... The sun always shine with friends even though it is raining out side... Wish I was there with you all.. Hugs :)ReplyDelete
Så hyggelig tur dere har hatt; flott med gode quiltevenner og shopping:-)Lykke til videre i TdF!ReplyDelete
What a great way to spend a day :)ReplyDelete
Your quilt shops always looks so inviting!ReplyDelete
I used to live close to two Ikeas and how I miss them. The closest one to here is three hours away.