You must stop in! Full of beautiful samples, fabric and inspiration for the beginner and master quilter alike! And now, with a scattering of re-styled, 20th-century antiques! Directions and hours to the store HERE. Like Red Rooster Quilts facebook page to follow sales and other goings-on!
So excited!! I’ve taken over the entry way at my sister’s quilt store:
It’s a perfect little spot to display and (hopefully) sell my pieces!
Check out my re-cycled business card/brochure holder made from a .99 Good Will paperback. Of course, Pinterest makes a girl look sooooo creative. I found the idea HERE. I used a 450ish page book and removed the paper cover. I also found THIS ONE with the old hardback cover still attached. You can see the glorious inside of the cover with its label and tattered edges exposed, since the pages are folded down. Why do I find books and their printed pages so beautiful? So many re-cycling ideas for old books HERE!
And then there is the adorable hand-sewing table in Annie Sloan cream and old white. I lined the drawers with sewing articles and ads from a 1930’s Farmer’s Wife magazine. Some things are really hard to let go. But I know an amazing quilter will love this little table. Or maybe a beginner, like me?
My sis took this pic of the Antibes farmhouse tool bench. I have a few items sprinkled throughout the store as display pieces too! (Yes, my sister spoils me!)