Saturday, May 5, 2012

Visiting Hancocks of Paducah

Here is a look inside of Hancocks of Paducah. 


There are bolts and entire lines of fabrics. 


Lots of samples hanging all over the store.


More fabric.  It's all organized so it's easy to shop.  All the Moda is in one place;  batiks in another; Kaffe Fassett in another. 


This part of Hancocks holds their extra bolts of fabric plus the racks with the pre cuts and tables with flat folds.  Flat folds are one yard cuts of fabrics folded and stacked on tables. 


Tired shoppers waiting for their busses. 
What a store.  You can shop them on line here
 

Thanks for stopping by for a visit! 

12 comments:

  1. Have shopped there many times and also online. It's a great quilt shop.

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  2. LuAnn, I just love these little vicarious tours I get to take because you post yours. Thanks so much for these glimpses of shows and stores. You really brighten my days!

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  3. WOW! I think I would be in deep trouble!

    Thanks for the tour.

    :) Carolyn

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  4. I shop there online all the time, but what a dream-come-true to actually walk among the fabrics. Lucky you! :O)

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  5. This is UNKNOWN in Europe, think i better take some valium before entering. Lucky you, Luann.
    Greetings from Paris, Will V

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  6. looks like a store that I could LOVE!!
    thanks for showing all of the quilt show pictures...
    gosh, I would like to enter just to get a chance to win one of their dogwood flower ribbons!!

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  7. Thank you so much for showing this great pics from the quiltshop.. I would loved to be there, maybe some day ;-))

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  8. A stop at Hancock's of Paducah was always part of our trip when we'd drive from Iowa to visit our Army son stationed at Ft. Campbell, KY. It's a wonderful store to visit, but it definitely can put a mark on the credit card balance. My DH always enjoyed the benches at the front of the store, available for fabric-weary husbands. Our last trip to the store involved two 30-yard rolls of batting coming home with us.
    I've never been in any other store with complete lines of fabrics available. It's heaven on earth with a Kentucky address.

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  9. Would love to go sometime. Thanks for sharing your trip!

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  10. Hancock's looks fabulous. I guess it's the equivalent of Disney World for quilters. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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  11. Thanks Luann,
    I´m gonna dream about this store tonight, heaven on eath for quilter ☺
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  12. Looks really fun! I just got back from a great trip to Nancy's Notions. Also great!

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