Shops in Reno

Shops in Reno

Post by Christianse » Thu, 13 Jan 2000 04:00:00



I will be going to Reno the end of March and am wondering if anyone knows of
shops in the downtown area.  I believe we are staying at the Sand's.  I am
going with 9 other women for bowling.  Should be a blast!!
 
 
 

Shops in Reno

Post by Gwen and Curtis Rei » Thu, 13 Jan 2000 04:00:00


I don't know of any stores in downtown Reno, but A Stitch in Time, about a
15 minute drive from downtown, is a wonderful store with a helpful staff.
HTH


Quote:
> I will be going to Reno the end of March and am wondering if anyone knows
of
> shops in the downtown area.  I believe we are staying at the Sand's.  I am
> going with 9 other women for bowling.  Should be a blast!!


 
 
 

Shops in Reno

Post by Elaine » Thu, 13 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Not downtown but Stitch in Time is a great shop. I visited there in Oct.
Will definitely go back. Lots of flosses too. Address is 5000 Smithridge
Dr Suite A-15. Ph 775-829-9222. This is in a shopping center. email is:

--
Elaine in Oregon

"...Behold the fruit of pensive nights and laborious days..."

 
 
 

Shops in Reno

Post by Farley » Fri, 14 Jan 2000 04:00:00


Hi RCTNers!
     If you're ever in the Reno area, you absolutely MUST go to Stitch In Time!
 It is a stitcher's paradise - true Heaven!  They feature all kinds of
needlework there - not just cross-stitch.
     It's easy to get to.  I usually visit that shop at least twice a year and
lose my mind each time.  It's all the way down South ***ia street on the
opposite end of "town" (Reno is not a big town) from the ***/tourist area -
probably 7 miles at most.  It's in a big strip mall area.  If you don't feel
like driving yourself, a cab ride will cost about $10.
     I went there the week after Christmas and had a wonderful time.  The staff
is so friendly and super helpful.  The shop has practically everything and the
prices are competitive.  My annual Christmas present to myself is a visit to
this shop where I get to have anything I want. After spending several hundreds
of dollars I left with a BIG bag of books and speciality fibers.  Thank GAWD
they were having a sale 'cause I turned into a wild woman!  It's hard to buy
books over the Internet or in cataloges 'cause the pictures don't always show
up well enough.  Sigh, the needlework shopping is pretty slim in my area.

Your Friend, Anne