A Pieceful Life

A Pieceful Life

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Shopping and quilts in Hawaii

No matter where we go, there’s always shops to explore – looking for a great souvenir to bring home, and some thank-you’s for those who help out by taking care of house and pets, etc.

Hawaii did not disappoint in providing shopping opportunities.  From the high end malls that sold goods like:03.Shops at Wilea 02.Shops at Wilea 

To uniquely Hawaiian chain stores:009

To craft markets where local artisans hawk their wares:005

There’s no lack of places for browsing and buying. 

Maui also offered up a quilt shop:026 (2)

Where Hawaiian-style quilting was of course featured:027 (2)

I bought a few Hawaiian prints, to make a memento when I get home:028

Hawaiian-style quilts were on display in various places – true eye-candy – a couple of pics for you:

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Happy shopping!     Blessings, Peg

2 comments:

  1. So many places to shop. Interesting notes- our son and DIL go directly Hilo Hattie's to catch the shuttle to their time share when they are in Hawaii - and that crafter's market is the exact same building that they have in our town for the Farmer's Market. Thanks for the fun pictures.

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  2. Ooh... I love the green and orange quilt. It's gorgeous.

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