Sunday, May 4, 2008

Local and Not So Local Baltimore Needlework Shops -- August 23, 2007

I was planning on posting this information several days ago but I was slowed down by a bad head cold. I'm finally feeling better and I'm hoping that this will be helpful to someone traveling to Baltimore for Seminar!

We are very fortunate in the Baltimore, Maryland area that we have several local needlework shops. Each will be offering a variety of trunk shows, shuttle service, extended hours, and may be hosting designers. Please refer to each shop’s website for the latest and greatest information and for their regular operating hours.

Baltimore Area
The Stitching Post in Catonsville, Maryland
Details are in their latest newsletter.

Bedecked and Bedazzled in Cockeysville, Maryland
Details are on Ruth’s Blog;

Or in the latest shop newsletter;

Needles and Threads of Ruxton in Baltimore, Maryland

Details are on their website;

Additional Needlepoint Shops
If you are staying in town for a few days or if you are planning another visit soon, here are several shops that are not so local!

Each of these shops is 1 – 2 ½ hours driving time (depending on traffic) from Baltimore. I have pasted the information below from their websites or from the online yellow pages. Please contact each shop to confirm location, and hours.

Fireside Stitchery in Frazer, Pennsylvania

B’s Stitches in St. Michaels, Maryland

In Stitches Needlework in Alexandria, Maryland

Several years ago I visited the Needlewoman East in Washington, DC but it was a while ago. Please contact them to confirm location.
Needlewoman East in Falls Church, Virginia
Does not currently have a website.
(703) 241-0316

Windy Meadow

Original Comments:

- I wish I could be there! Loud sighs from NC…..
NC Pat – Needleart Nut

- Hi Pat,We'll miss you but we'll be thinking of you!
Windy Meadow

- Cynthia, I failed to tell you how helpful this post was to me. I never made it to any of the shops except for the branch store for Needles & Threads of Ruxton, sadly, but that was due to a lack of time and energy to fight the traffic
Jane of Chilly Hollow

Originally Posted: August 23, 2007

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