I had never been to the Columbia City part of Seattle. Apparently, since the light rail went in, this part of Seattle has grown a lot. There is definitely a lot of building and newly constructed dwellings there.
Stash is a nice little shop in a block of what looked like condos that had been taken over by businesses. The parking was difficult but not impossible. There is no lot, just street parking. We found a street spot and walked about 2 blocks to the shop.
The quilt on the left hanging on the rack is one of the quilts from Fast Quilts that I talked about last week.
The main part of the shop is shown in the picture above. They have a nice selection of fabrics, but. volume is not their strength.
The area shown is right next to the picture right above it. This is the checkout counter of the shop. It also served as the cutting table.
They have a section in the back with more fabric, which made the selection quite a respectable size.
It looks like this area could accommodate a small class – perhaps 3-4 people.
We liked this quilt. The alternate block adds interest.
There is a small cafe next door, which has some selected gluten free options. We were gasping so they we kind enough to give us some water.
Stash Quilt Shop
3829 S Edmunds St, Seattle, WA 98118