Saturday, August 8, 2009

A few posts ago I wrote that DH and I took a little mini vacation to the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. On the way we were able to stop at a shop I've been wanting to get to for years - Endless Mountain Quiltworks in Tunkhannock, PA.
I had met the owner, Jeanette at market a few years ago when I attended with my friend who owned the LQS. I've also seen Jeanette vending at some local quilt shows and she always has such nice things so the posse and I have been dying to see her shop.


Lets just say I was not disappointed and if DH was not with me the loot would have been a lot bigger! She has some of everything - redwork, reproductions, novelties, thimbleberries, lots of gorgeous samples to inspire.... I took these pictures to show the posse what they missed and to convince them that we NEED to do a road trip to Tunkhannock SOON! So I thought I'd share the pics with you all as well.


We also stopped at another shop in Wellsboro, PA - Needles Quilt Shop - no pics from that one - sorry! But if you are ever in Wellsboro this one is worth the stop also - lots of civil war reproductions and homespuns and two owners who are the nicest ladies - even DH was chatting it up instead of sitting on a bench waiting like usual!
Have a pieceful day!




5 comments:

Kathie said...

I would love to go to this shop
maybe a saturday
look they have an airing of the quilts in Oct
maybe we could do that ?
Loved looking around the shop
says its about 2 hrs from me..
Kathie
http://www.emquiltworks.com/

Carin said...

It looks like a wonderful shop. Glad you got to go. Its a bit far away from me so I will have to live through your experience. ;O)

Karen said...

I have never heard of the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. The shop photos are much appreciated. Always nice to see how things are set up in a shop.

Mary said...

So when are we going???? If it wasn't so out of the way I would stop on my way to Ohio next month -- not too mention I am traveling with three men -- I have a better chance of hitting the lottery!

Chookyblue...... said...

what a beautiful shop.............