The Quilting Barn, is just that a quilt shop in a barn building. Doesn't look like an old barn, but quaint nontheless. I have never been in a quilt store as immaculate as this one. Even the hardwood floors looked like they had never been walked on,everything had a place and everything was in its place***VBS*** , the lady that was working ( I don't know if she owned the store or not) was nice, but seemed to be VERY SHY, certainly not talkative at all. The only time she said anything was when I asked her a question, then she only answered, no more conversation.
I didn't see a class room nor a place large enough for one, so I think they only sold fabrics and notions, but she did have a longarm amchine and she was quilting a quilt part of the time I was there. She also was working at her cutting board some of the time.
There was a nice selection of fabrics. The shop itself wasn't very large, so I am not sure even where they do their piecing. I didn't even see a sewing machine. We definitely went out of our way to visit, and if I lived around here I would visit occasionaly, but if I am just ever here again with work, probably not.
The area was very quaint, definitely rural and soooo small. I guess I am just addicted to larger areas.
Tomorrow I will tell you all about the 3rd store we went to, it was in Cordova, Tenn. So check back, Until tomorrow continue to Quilt Memories, Bobbin