More about Pine Needles in Gardner Village

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Pine Needles is a needle work and quilt located in South Jordan Utah in Gardner Village. Gardner Village has little individual stores set in little unique old homes in a lovely farm like setting.
This quilt with rough edge machine applique greets you as you open the front door to the store. It is really unique and pretty. And I'm not really a butterfly person.
They always have really fun holiday displays with lots of fun ideas. At Halloween the whole village is decorated. It is so amazing. I can't even begin to tell you what it is like at Gardner Village during October.
I really liked this interesting vintage lady wear quilt. The detail work makes it so cute.
This paper doll quilt also caught my eye. Loved it!
They have a nice selection of fabrics and even have Japanese fabrics in novelty, florals and prints.
This little mini basket quilt caught my eye, too. It is just so sweet and would be really a fun and easy project.
Of course I loved the reproduction corner. I spent some time looking at each quilt and project ideas. They display their quilts so well there. This sweet taffy quilt was my very favorite quilt in the whole store. Lori told me she has this pattern and wants to make it too. Someday I am going to make this quilt! I just love it.

I will say that our area has the best quilt /fabric stores.

-nanette


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37 comments

jabeybaby said...

Looks like an awesome shop! I want that paperdoll quilt, wonder if I could find a pattern for it. Too cute!!

Kim D. said...

Such cute quilts, I also love the butterfly quilt and the paper doll quilt. Thanks for sharing with us.

Thimbleanna said...

You definitley have the BEST quilt stores! I'm thinking when those famous "This is the Place" words were uttered, quilt shops were the topic!!!

Di~ said...

Nice. You are right, best quilt stores all up and down the Wasatch Front. When I went to Gardner's village there was so much I just kind of hazed through plus a relative was with me...so darn! That Bitty Baskets is my favorite!

PamKittyMorning said...

You have so many nice stores. I haven't been to a shop with a nice selection of thirties in ages. We dont' got to stores much and lately I've really been missing it. xo

Jeff, Elizabeth, Caleb and Jake said...

I love Gardner Village. My kids love to go see the witches at Halloween. They also love the free sample of fudge in the candy shop! Did you know the pattern for that Sweet quilt is on Moda Bake Shop?
http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/02/candy-quilt-featuring-sweet.html

I LOVE it too!

West Michigan Quilter said...

How wonderful to be able to visit these chops. I'm drooling. I love the taffy quilt and hope to make one some day. Thanks for sharing.

Dawn said...

Their shop is one of my favorites! I especially like the paperdoll quilt too!

Jan said...

Ahhhhhhhh, what a lovely shop Nanette! Now I wanna come to Utah :) Tks so much for the show :)

Rhondi said...

What a delightful looking shop.. I love the paper doll pattern!
Rhondi

Fiesta said...

this was a great feast for he eyes

Nedra said...

I bought the mini-baskets pattern there, and I have the sweet taffy pattern. (It was a freebie). I can see your fabrics in all of those.

Kaaren said...

From what I've seen on yours and other blogs, I have to agree that you have some of the nicest quilt shops I've seen. I think it's a good thing we don't live closer. I'd be broke for sure...but happy!

Micki said...

It looks like an awesome shop!
Thanks for sharing the pics!
Micki

Jackie said...

What a great shop! Lots of beautiful quilts to inspire. I especially like the last one. Just love repro quilts.

Kathie said...

your right I love the shops you show
and that taffy pattern is just adorable
thanks for sharing these with us
now if I could just go there I would be so happy!
Kathie

Sherri said...

Yes...you have the best quilt shops I've ever seen...I want to go to Broadbent's the next time I come up! (And of course Pine Needles and Material Girls also)!

madrekarin said...

Oh, wow. Love that mini basket quilt! The butterflies are beautiful- perfect colors. I must get to Utah one day. :)

Des said...

too much alike....i felt the same way when I walked into Pine Needles and saw the Butterfly quilt. Not really a butterfly girl, but I suddenly wanted to be one.

and the taffy quilt.....well, need i say more? It's a must do "someday" too!!

Nicole said...

I LOVE this store, but I haven't been there forever, they have the best fabric. I love all their quilt kits too!

Jen in NY said...

Nanette, I am jealous of your quilt stores!! There are only one or two semi-near me, and they're just okay. Love that little basket quilt, and the taffy one!

em's scrapbag said...

I love Gardner Village it is a great place. And Pine Needles is a really awesome quilt shop. It was fun to see my quilt on your blog. The one above the mini baskets is mine.

em's scrapbag said...

Oh by the way I saw yours at Pipers today. Good for you.

Julie said...

I agree---we are so lucky to have so many quilt shops to go to within ana hour's drive. I love Pine Needles--probably will head there on Friday for a sale they are having and their open house. Julie

pratima said...

That's a lovely shop. Their quilts are so wonderful and light-hearted!
Thank you for sharing these, Nanette :)
I saw the 'taffy' pattern at Moda bake shop a while ago and book marked it. Definitely want to do it sometime.

carole ann said...

Wow a great shop, the butterfly and paper doll quilt are my favorites. And that taffy quilt I have seen in one of my magazines,just don'tremember which one. Would love to get that paper doll pattern, will have to look around. Thanks for sharing.

carole ann said...

Well I found the pattern, just went to the Pine Needles site and there it was, will have to start saving my pennies, it is not cheap.
Again, thanks for sharing

Janet said...

Thanks for the tour. Love the paper dolls quilt and the sweet taffy quilt. Love it so much, I'm looking for the pattern. Is it one that's available?

Rumi said...

What a great shop! A good place to get inspired.

calicodaisy said...

Great photos. The taffy quilt is darling.

belinda said...

Yes....I think you gals in Utah corner the market for all things
'quilty'....best shops and most talented. I have starred this for
future reference....hey, you never know when I might come for a visit!

Candace said...

The village sure is a neat place, Nanette! Reminds me of Smithville near Atlantic City!
Cheers!

Muddling Through said...

Ooooh, Nanette, you've induced serious drooling here. What beautiful quilts. I just want to snuggle with each and every one. :) Thanks for sharring.

Donnelly said...

I love Gardner Village, sad to say that I haven't been there since my sister moved from Salt Lake City to Greenville, SC in 2003. Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos and finds with us!
Have a great day!

Sandi said...

I love it all!

Carrie P. said...

Wow, I sure would like to shop there one day. Beautiful quilts.

happy zombie said...

I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO with you and Lori on the Sweet Taffy quilt!

What a dreamy day you all had together!