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« Reply #90 on: July 03, 2010 08:18:56 PM »

Is this the one in Hutch you are talking about?  http://www.kscottonwoodquilts.com/   I haven't been there yet, but it looks neat!

There is one in Inman just off of 61 across from the gas station called The Country Store - it is geared more towards the Amish and Mennonite for dresses but I have found some beautiful stuff there!

« Reply #91 on: February 24, 2011 01:04:20 PM »

And you're not alone in Olathe.  I live near there.  I frequent Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and the Goodwill.  I get a lot of my craft supplies from my friends' cast offs and their "trash."  Seriously, who throws good stuff away?

I live in Olathe. I get most of my supplies with coupons at Hobby Lobby and Michaels. I'm always surprised at how much crafty stuff is at Walmart, too.
I also like to go to Office Max/Depot for paper stuffs.
« Reply #92 on: September 03, 2011 09:18:19 AM »

You live near KC?!? It's better than being in Salina! You do have to go looking, but there are treasures around, and craftsters. Lots of us, in fact. Come down to Wichita, or go into KC for three separate, fairly large anime and sci fi conventions, as well as KC's GINORMOUSLY AWESOME REN FAIRE, and Wichita's surprisingly decent spring and fall faires. Also, places like the Quilting Bee here, On the Pot, beading stores, crafting stores, scrapbook stores...
« Reply #93 on: September 03, 2011 09:24:44 AM »

I am in Wichita Smiley

Me too!  Does anyone know a good place here in Wichita to get vintage clothes or material that won't break my piggy bank?


Hmmm...sadly, the vintage clothes isn't much these days, but for materials, raiding the DAV's, Sal. Army, and Goodwill does the trick most of the time, unless you're lucky enough to gain access to the opera's cutting room. (hubby, WHY DID YOU QUIT THAT JOB. WHY?HuhHuh!?!)
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