Located in historic downtown McMinnville, Oregon, Boersma’s Sewing Center offers a tremendous range of products and services, from sewing and knitting supplies to long-arm quilting machines for rent and sewing classes of all sorts.

Because the store is located in a former department store, Boersma’s also has enormous glass windows at the outside of the shop. We’re thrilled to be featured as their fall window display; the large-scale paper dolls from our banner at Quilt Market look terrific displayed among the clothing samples made from our patterns, with giant scissors in the act of cutting out the dolls and their outfits.

You can see more photos from the shop windows on the Boersma’s Flickr set.


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  1. Wow, my in-laws live in McMinnville, and they love it. I cannot wait to forward this on to them. What a great store display.

  2. I live in McMinnville and this window display (and your adorable patterns) inspired me to sew! I just bought my first machine and your bedtime story pajamas pattern. 🙂

  3. OH! Such a lovely idea – that is very, very inspirational! I can’t wait to show my Oregon friends.

    And, those samples! What fabric is that jacket? I haven’t seen those in the Flickr group samples yet – super cuteness!

  4. maggie

    My daughter lives in McMinnville and it’s impossible for me to stay away from that fabulous store when I visit. I live in San Diego and there is nothing that even comes close to the selection of fabrics & patterns as well as the friendly staff here.

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