Shop Profile: Suppose Quilt Boutique

We want to give you a glimpse into the shops you’ll get to visit on the shop hop so you know what kind of awesomeness you’re in for.

I’m Jo, and first up in our shop profile series is my mom’s and my own shop, Suppose Quilt Boutique. We’re in the tiny town of Preston, Idaho, steps away from the town’s main intersection.
suppose quilt boutique, prestonOur shop is a fusion of modern & traditional styles, which you’ll see in our projects & fabric. suppose quilt boutique, prestonWe carry designer collections, batiks, 30’s & 1800’s reproductions, solids, flannel, felt, minky, & kits, along with a full range of books, patterns & notions.
suppose quilt boutique, prestonSome of our favorite designers whose fabric we stock include Kaffe Fassett, Anna Maria Horner, American Jane, Tula Pink, Lizzy House, and Barbara Brackman, just to name a few.
suppose quilt boutique, prestonSuppose is a bit of an escape; coming here is like entering another world where you can be inspired, have fun, and anything is possible. Our staff are happy to help you coordinate fabrics, give tips on a tough techniques, and we always love when you bring your projects in to show off!
suppose quilt boutique, prestonYou can see more photos of our shop here. (And in the Spring/Summer issue of Quilt Sampler out this May!)
We are spoiled, too, because right across the street is the yummy New York Deli. They have fresh sandwiches, soups, pastas, & baked treats–perfect for the hunger brought on by fabric shopping.
suppose quilt boutique, prestonWe can’t wait to see you all on your shop hop visits!

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One response to “Shop Profile: Suppose Quilt Boutique

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