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May 29, 2013

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merici daley

Branum's sewing and Vac, on Washington Road in Augusta, Georgia

Sandra Suhrie

Tomorrow's Treasures in Crofton, MD has a good selection of heirloom fabrics, laces, and patterns.

Linda Sapp

The Smocking Bird in Homewood AL (a suburb of Birmingham). Only visited it once, but it was lovely. Beautiful heirloom fabrics, lots of smocking plates, and a great staff. Their samples were gorgeous.

Debbie Brock

Gina's Bernina in Knoxville (Farragut), TN has a good selection in their heirloom area, and lots of fabrics for quilting or other clothes too.

Teresa Baker

The Lace Cottage, Germantown, Tn (Memphis)
A Frayed Knot, Lakeland, Tn This is Cheryl Davidson's shop

Tanya

Tupelo MS: Heirlooms Forever. Smocking plates, batistes, laces, entredeaux, patterns, and more!

Julie

Timeless Treasurers by Maureen, Branford, Connecticut
Heirloom supplies and classes

Kris Curtis

Erica's in South Bend, Indiana. Threads and hand embroidery supplies.

Kris Curtis

The West in Tucson, AZ. No smocking or fabric but a great selection of threads and embroidery books and hand embroidery supplies.

Kris Curtis

Yoder's Department Store in Shipshewana, Indiana has a nice selection of Imperial batiste and broadcloth; some Swiss batistes and quite a few fine cotton laces (Capital Imports).

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