What is the best quality textiles shop in Montana for home or office use?
I recently stumbled upon this post from a reader who wrote that “The best block shop in Missoula is located on the outskirts of town.”
That makes sense since I live in Missouriania, Montana and there are only a handful of places I’d go for textiles for my home.
I went to the Montana Textile Center, located at 1221 S. Highway 30 in Missouseton, and they had the best selection of textiles I’ve seen.
There were some pretty good selection of brands in the block shops, but there was also a fair amount of junk textiles in the inventory.
Some of the junk textile brands I’ve used include:Shelby, J&M, Wawa, H&MTextile Maker: Shelter is a great choice for many home textiles.
They make great blocks and are great for beginners.
I used their blocks a lot for making the paper I cut for this post, and I was impressed with the quality and ease of use.
The quality is really good and the design is very easy to follow.
The design is also a great match to the price point.
Sellers are very knowledgeable and friendly and the selection is huge.
The only reason I would not buy from them is because of the high prices, but I’d recommend them to others.
The good news is that you can buy textiles at all of the other local blocks like the Block Shop on East 6th Street and the Block shop on the West side of town.
If you are looking for the best blocks, Missoulas block shop is a must try.
Posted by Annabelle on July 12, 2018 12:30:22Goodwill Textiles recycles donated and unused clothing, furniture, shoes, socks and other textiles into clothing, accessories and other household items for the poor.
It also provides textiles and textiles recycling services to businesses and individuals in need.
Goodwill stores are located in Montana, Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota.