Sunday, July 12, 2015

Wooden Bridge Dry Goods

After about a 20 minute drive through the scenic countryside I arrived at my second destination, a shop just outside of Kutztown, PA, called Wooden Bridge Dry Goods.  It is actually located on a working Mennonite farm and is run by the Mennonites.  There is a little wooden bridge at the start of the driveway, which is where the name comes from.
Above is the shop building; to the right you can see the farmhouse and the barn in the distance.
This store is jam-packed with fabric and notions and a few other things as well.

 There is also a classroom which you can see through the doorway in the photo above.
 As mentioned before, this is a shop owned by Mennonites so they offer a few other items as you can see in the photos above and below.
Here is a photo of their row for the Row By Row shop hop, with the pattern and license plate in the photo below.

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