A small but mighty shop, Sisters Fabric Farm boasts great prices and one-on-one service.
Marilyn of Sisters Fabric Farm always loved family quilts. Her sewing journey started with clothing, but somewhere in the 80's an interest in quilting bubbled up and she couldn't resist the challenge.
Janice caught the quilting bug from her grandmother, an accomplished quilter. When Janice's daughter graduated from high school, she finally had plenty of free time to explore quilting and she's been doing it ever since.
Sisters Fabric Farm has been in business for 11 years.
"Remember that it is your quilt and if you want to have colors that someone advises against but you really like it - IT IS YOUR QUILT!!!"
If you are coming from the north on I-35-take exit 40 and turn right. Go about two miles and turn right on Mule Barn Rd. After two miles of gravel you will come to a tee intersection and turn right onto 272 St. The shop is about one eighth of a mile on your left. When you turn into the driveway take the left hand side and you will have arrived!
If you are coming from the south take exit 40. Turn left and go about 2 miles, then turn right onto Mule Barn Rd. After about 2 miles of gravel you will come to a tee intersection and turn right. In one eighth of a mile turn left into our driveway and you will be here!
If you are coming on A Hwy from Lathrop you will go North on A Hwy from 116 Hwy to the first gravel road which is 272 St and turn right. Go about one and a half miles and turn left into our driveway and you are here!
If you choose to come on 69 Hwy go to 272 St and turn west. It is about three miles of gravel to our driveway.
GPS navigation will get you to the vicinity, but there's a chance it will take you about 1/8th of a mile too far west.