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Welcome and thank you for taking a minute to visit us at Quilts n Gifts in Bluffton, Indiana. We are a one stop, independent quilt shop. We specialize in the finest 100% cotton fabrics and offer a wide selection of patterns, books and notions for quilters at all levels. We also offer long arm service with a Gammill Statler stitcher.

There are no strangers at QuiltsNGifts, only friends that have never met. So, grab a cup of coffee or tea and relax and enjoy our web site. See you around the quilting frame, Mary.

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It's getting cold...
(check local weather for temperatures in your area)

As the seasons draw around full circle, the air gets that familiar touch of coolness, the mornings sun rises a bit later and sets before we are ready to see it warm glow descend below the horizon and our sights are set to a most challenging target... What? No I'm not talking about the Thanksgiving meal or the challenge of getting all the Christmas presents purchased on sale.  I'm talking about something much tougher, far more difficult, and much... MUCH fluffier. (yes... I said fluffier)

I speak of none other than our next spotlight member of the Fabshophop Bunny Mafia... (drum roll please...)

Walter, the Wooly Rabbit.

Thought to be extinct, this beast has long be sought after and hunted for its soft, warm, cozy, snugglerific... huh? oh, sorry... I got carried away for a moment.  They were hunted down for their fur and apparently the bunny mafia has been able to keep one safe for all these years.  (Seriously... how long has there been a bunny mafia???)  What? you don't believe me? I mean I can understand not trusting the Bingo Lady, but me? Really?  Okay... Okay... how about yet another form of photographic proof?  Would that make you happy?


Alright... Alright... enough ooo's and ahhh's... let's get down to business.  Cuteness factor aside, we still need to take this seriously.  I know what you're thinking... how can this little cotton ball be dangerous? Come on... think people... anyone have allergies??? Can you imagine the damage this thing can do to the general public?  They'll be teary eyes, running noses, itchy necks as far as our blurred eyes can see!  Ebola can't hold a candle to this possible epidemic. (seriously... Ebola is microscopic virus... it's way to small to hold a candle) This bunny feels the most at home with other soft and fuzzy items.  Let's focus our attention to the Wool Fabrics.  Keep your inhalers and Claritin handy in case you get too close.  Find this bunny mafia member and report his location to the Fabshophop authorities as soon as possible.

Keep warm and Quilt on!
(the keep warm statement not necessary for reader's in the southern states)

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