Tag Archives: quilting

  • May 13

The guys will love this bed and breakfast because of its location out on the rural countryside. They can stretch their legs, pet the cows, or talk to the birds—they’ll listen! The ladies will love this bed and breakfast because … Read More »

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  • Jun 13

As a part of the Shipshewana Quilt Festival on June 19-23, six local retailers are participating in the “Shop Hop,” where, upon registering for a “passport,” you can visit each of the retailers who will have all kinds of goodies … Read More »

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  • Jun 5

Trying to successfully say the title to this blog 5 times fast won’t get you to the Shop Hop retailers any quicker, but it will increase your pulse rate as you think about the Shipshewana Quilt Festival coming this June … Read More »

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  • Apr 11

If you get warm fuzzies over quilts, if you marvel at beautiful stitching, if your heart is woven into good causes, then this weekend’s quilt auction is for you. Hosted by the Ben Borntrager family, the Honeyville Quilt Auction has … Read More »

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  • Jun 10
  • Posted on Friday, June 10th, 2011
  • by Tammy Tilley in
  • Quips

Karen Eash knows how to throw a party. A quilting party. This owner of Homespun Treasures in LaGrange is throwing a week-long party as part of the Shipshewana Quilt Festival. She’s also throwing a town-wide party during the same week. … Read More »

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  • May 18

…at hosting great events! Once a month, we receive updates from our soon-to-be-famous Scott Beam (thanks to this blog and the many readers who subscribe!). Scott is the LaGrange County Parks Interpretive Naturalist, full of personality and knowledge about Northern … Read More »

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