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Monday, July 27, 2009

Amish country shopping...

Sewers, quilters and fabric lovers unite and look at the eye candy I have for you!!

This is probably only a third of the fabric for sale at A Little Bit of Lolly's Fabric Shoppe. It just about took my breath away, seeing all of the beautiful colors and prints. This is the smallest of three Lolly's shops in Shipshewana. The largest one sells lots of beautiful, Amish made quilts. To die for! The medium(LOL) one, Lolly's at Home, sells house decor. Also, to die for!


We went to E & S bulk foods store in Shipshewana. They have everything you can think of, in bulk form!
Sugars and teas.
They have every shape and color of sprinkles. They also have every color of sugar and sanding sugars! Last time we were there we bought at least 6 differents shapes of sprinkles. The grandkids eat sprinkles on EVERYTHING!! LOL

Paper products.

Saffron...$75.95 per package.

Spices of every kind imaginable.

Baking products...flours, oats, sugars.

Candy, candy, candy!

Amish family. Notice the little boy's winter hat and flip-flops!!

Cheese. Richard's reason for going to E & S!!!

Tomorrow, I'll share the rest of my shopping pics! The little shops are decorated so wonderfully!


Tracey said...

Wow! I bet you spend a fortune in those shops.........I know I would! xxx

Wendy said...

I am so loving your pictures of Amish country!!! I so someday want to go!!! Thank you Denise also for your loving words and support through this time in my life, I am so THANKFUL!!! God bless my friend!~Wendy

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Oh my goodness! I could spend a fortune in that bulk store! How much fun is that!!

Dena said...

Oh that is such a great store! I would love to go to the Amish country some day! Oh, by the way on the polka dot bowl, it came from Ross. :)