Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Quilt Shoppes Final Days!

We are drawing nearer and nearer the The Quilt Shoppes final day! It feels kind of weird closing doors that have literally ruled my life for many years! I am excited about the extra time I will have for my children, for designing, for my husband, etc. I find myself sad a little, it must be all the great people I've met over the years! You really have made it good! You know who you are! Thank you for your friendships and support. (We really haven't told many people) shhh it's a secret! That we might be relocating to Washington State for a job transfer (it's still not totally for sure) which means I will have pull up the roots and start over. It's a little scary! I am excited about the adventure we will have finding new fun places to visit, new family traditions etc. But I won't be running into near as many of you there as I would here! Well that's enough sappy stuff. We have lots of great sales going on! Come by and say hello or goodbye! Those of you who didn't know I have a store (in Idaho Falls, Idaho), I will still be doing kati cupcake, I will still have my blog, I will still have my website and will still be designing no matter where I end up! So please don't stop following me! You guys are great. Thanks for listening to me ramble!

6 comments:

QuiltyGirl said...

Ooooh, my family is in the middle of relocating to Seattle! It's great out there. :)

2miracles/Tove said...

Welcome to washington! Depending on where you end up we have loads of quilt shops! I am on kitsap peninsula and we were counting just the other day we have 7 quilt shops in our county and two fabric stores. Good luck with the move.

L Johnson said...

Best wishes to you and your family!

sewmeow said...

Good luck with your move!

Tyra said...

Dear Amy, I hope to come and see you before you close. Thank you for helping me learn to quilt! You are such a talented girl. Going to miss you but wish you the very best...you deserve it.

Jen O said...

Yay we'll be in the same state! Hope I'll get to meet you in person. :-) My mom had a quilt shop for 7 years in Las Vegas, and it was definitely bitter sweet the day she closed up. On to bigger and better things! Good luck.