Coming Soon!


We finally have found our brick and mortar home! We will be taking over the big red barn at 50 Lincoln Street right next to the Exeter Handkerchief Co in historical Exeter, New Hampshire! This location is the one I have been after since I first started dreaming up the idea of this store years ago. If all goes according to plan, we will take over this space May 1st and hopefully (fingers crossed!) that we will be open by the end of the month or the beginning of June.

While our neighbors already specialize in home decor fabrics, we will fill in the other side of the fabric spectrum. We will carry apparel and quilting fabric, our vintage and a new inventory of notions and patterns, as well as beautiful yarns. There will even be an area for couches and chairs for sitting, chatting, stitching and some snacking! We will also be kicking off with classes as soon as the doors open, so keep your eyes peeled.

And while we still have a little time before we move in, we are busy here at P+P getting things ready to open up our doors and start having some fun. Stay tuned for more info as we get things ironed out like store hours, class schedule, and paint colors!! In addition, I will be posting a closer look at the crazy process of opening up a fabric and yarn shop. Here we go, folks!

Ciao ciao!

3 Responses to “Coming Soon!”

  1. Lisa P.

    Hi, Maggie. I think we met at the Vintage Bazaar last year at Laurel’s booth. I still wish I could have checked yours out without kids in tow last summer.

    This new store is so exciting! I was so happy when Laurel e-mailed me to let me know about it. I’ve been really grumpy about the lack of fabric stores in the area. I hope I can come check it out soon after you open. My blog is pretty tiny, but I’m going to point people in your direction anyway. Best wishes!

    • mrgens

      Hi Lisa! Thanks so much! I absolutely hope you get a chance to come check it out when we open. I can totally relate about the fabric stores, which is why I am doing this. I was just so tired of the sea of polyester that seems to be everywhere, haha! I appreciate any assistance, so thanks!


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