When you pull up, it looks like a little cottage. It's deceptively small. I wish I had taken a picture of the outside so you could see how amazing the inside is!
Once you go inside, though, the rooms just keep going! All the way in the back was a classroom area where a group of women were sewing and chatting. I don't know if it was a class or a bee group or what, but they seemed to be having a lovely time. There are samples hanging all around, with some ocean/Cape Cod types of things (I love the sea horses above) but plenty of "regular" quilts as well.
I went from room to room, trying to narrow down the choices. There were whole sections grouped by color. This was a glimpse down the aisle with greens on the right, neutrals on the left, and pinks in the distance.
There were so many awesome groupings of fabric, including this gorgeous wall of polka dots. Don't you love the fish hanging out on top of the shelf?
And there was a whole room full of solids. I really wish this shop were closer to me for when I'm looking for something specific. They have so much!
Eventually I settled on four cuts (top to bottom):
- Beach - Crabs fabric from David Walker Studios for Free Spirit Designs for Westminster Fabrics
- Black and white states print called Freedom by Sweetwater for Moda
- A geometric print called Tinsel from the Merry Merry line by Kate Spain for Moda
- Blue text print from Dear Stella's All Hands on Deck line by Jack and Lulu with fun maritime sayings like "thar she blows!" and "land-ho!"
I have no idea what I'll do with any of it, but it will be a fun reminder of our trip to Cape Cod!