Marilyn Schmit – I have been part of the Block of the Month program since its inception. I look forward to those Saturday morning meetings and then the time I spend in the sewing room putting the blocks together. Because of that, all the grandchildren have at least one quilt, then they pick through my stash for a high school graduation present, so they end up with two in their early life. I have taken a few classes and finished all but one of them. Whenever we can get back in, I will finish the hobo bag. Love the variety of subjects and things we have learned about our part of the country
Jane Emmons – Besides purchasing from the vast array of fabrics, Grandma's Attic carries items to quilting and sewing items delight everyone. Her Quilt Club brings in people from all over the area, even non-quilters!
Elizabeth Collins – Grandma’s Attic is the perfect small town quilt shop. Great staff and the selection of fabrics and sewing items is top notch!! Their monthly newsletter is really useful.
Mona Turner – Every time I’ve gone in to Grandma’s Attic, they have also had great advice if I was working on a project. Or during the shop hops they were always friendly even when it was a mad house. I love the selection of fabric you can’t find it in another stores in The Valley. I love their iron-on transfers. I can’t find them anywhere else. For my embroidery projects to make great gifts for people.
Jeanette Richards – I love this place, they have a good variety of materials and other crafting supplies. When my girls were young we attended the quilt block of the month club for a couple of years and got many great quilt blocks from it and several quilts. I still have the patterns today to use whenever the mood hits
Carol L Beausoleil – Your shop is on my bucket list. I used to get an envelope with great news & tips, and 5" squares. Plan on renewing sometime next year.
Nicole M. Mason-Martin – You provide wonderful customer service and are so supportive and helpful in your project advice. I have more patterns in my collection than I should because you bring in such fun projects to do!
Jackie Goodwin – Grandma's Attic is my happy place to go. The staff is friendly and fun and knowledgeable.
Janie T – LOVE Grandma's ... I'm truly addicted to 1930's fabric, which has sadly fallen from favor ... But Grandma's has stayed true, and I can find my beloved 30's fabric on her website ... always had awesome customer service, and so enjoy the projects they tempt us with ... best of luck going forward and stay safe ...
Karen M – When I lived in Salem I went to Grandma’s Attic monthly. Now I live in central California and I still go there at least twice a year. It will always be my favorite quilt shop no matter what state I’m in town.
Toni Dawson – The greatest shop around. Been going to Quilt Club every year for 17 years. Love this place. Always give all the help you need
Cynthia Achenbach – What I like about Grandma's Attic is that she has kept in touch with us during the Covid 19 Pandemic shutdown through videos.... keeping her many Block of the Month Clubs involved. Before the shutdown, once a month at one of her clubs she even FED us! For free! The workers are super friendly and there is a large classroom with a full time teacher! Grandma's Attic is wonderful!
Nora Dolittle – I not only loved the the fabric I bought on line from Grandmas Attic , I loved all the sweet and interesting articles that ‘Grandma’ wrote.
Teckla Buller – Life changes and I haven't done much quilting for some time. But I love Grandma's Attic. The shop is interesting and delightful with all the antiques and beautiful displays. They have a wonderful selection of fabrics, notions, patterns, books and gift items.Their customer service is excellent. They take time to answer questions and their approach is that of "teaching." They truly want their customers to learn as well as shop. Even though I'm local, there have been times when I couldn't get in to the shop. On-line service to the rescue! It's just as awesome as in-person shopping. And I have truly enjoyed the tea samples that were included with my orders! Whether you are a beginner or an expert quilt maker, I can wholeheartedly recommend Grandma's Attic.
Lorella Flickinger – The clubs are absolutely fantastic. The humor cannot be beat. When my daughter passed unexpectedly, coming to the Thursday club and was able to laugh meant much to me. They have a wonderful selection of fabric.
Vicky Cagley Walker – Grandma's Attic is great place to shop. I have taken classes and just gone in for help on a project. Very helpful and friendly. Shop at our small businesses in Dallas so they are able to stay here.
Mylisa K Behling – It feels like you are home when you visit Grandma’s Attic. I started taking classes in January of 2020 and it was life changing for me. The people make it so special. The skills and friends I have made at Grandma’s Attic are invaluable to me.
Arlene Kovash – This quilt shop has an extensive selection of fabric and clubs not to miss, especially if Rachel is talking history. She’s the best!
PJ Johnson – I have never been disappointed with anything purchased at Grandmas Attic Quilting. I love this shop and classes. Late bloomer to Quilting, it has been 9 years. They taught me everything I know about Quilting. Would give them a 5 shop.
Twyla J Deckard-Abell – First time I attended a class I was completely awestruck by the beautiful class quilt samples. They had my jaw hitting the floor. This shop has so much to offer from beginners to the more experienced quilter. Everyone who works there is so friendly and helpful and you really feel like you are a valued customer. Grandma's is my favorite of all places to shop or just come and sit in the big rocking chair in the book area and watch everyone having a good time.👵💖💖💖💖
Linda McMillan – I enjoy Grandmas Attic Sewing Emporium for so many reasons. The fabric selection is remarkable. Who knew 19th-Century/Civil War fabrics could be so rich in color and design. Her monthly clubs are delightful and informative. My favorite monthly club is the history of Oregon’s Towns & Founders. The extensive research, handouts, and narrative that goes into each presentation is amazing and first class! My little Rosie, a 4-legged quilter, is welcome there too!