Gail Kessler's LADYFINGERS SEWING STUDIO

6375 Oley Turnpike Road
Oley, PA 19547

610-689-0068

Email: quiltshop@ladyfingerssewing.com
Home Page:
www.ladyfingerssewing.com for details and directions

Visit www.ladyfingerssewing.com for details and directions!

Special Hours for Lancaster Quilt Show Week:
Tuesday March 11th, 10am to 5pm
Wednesday March 12th, 10am to 5pm
Thursday March 13th, 9am to 8pm
Friday March 14th, 9am to 8pm
Saturday March 15th, 9am to 6pm
Sunday March 16th, 9am to 4pm

Regular Hours:
Tues & Wed 10-5; Thurs 10-8; Fri & Sat 10-5; Closed Sun & Mon
Phone (610) 689-0068


Ladyfingers is centrally located in the beautiful, historic Oley Valley between Pottstown and Reading, PA. Our store is in the former Griesemersville Hotel. Built in 1860, this stagecoach stop served travelers on their way from Reading to Philadelphia with over 40 rooms, a saloon, post office, and general store. We restored this landmark in 1995 and now serve quilters and sewers world wide with over 4000 bolts of designer fabrics, a fantastic array of threads, notions, books and patterns. We regularly display scores of quilts for your inspiration, and offer classes in our spacious, well lit classroom. Our helpful, courteous staff is always ready to help with your special projects, and special orders are welcome! We offer mail order service and will ship just about anything we can get in a box! Ladyfingers is owned by Gail Kessler, who also designs fabrics for Andover Fabrics in New York City. Her collections are featured at Ladyfingers, along with fabrics from other fine companies including Hoffman, Marcus, Kona Bay, Westminster, Free Spirit, Robert Kauffman, Michael Miller, P & B, Timeless Treasures, and many more. Ladyfingers is known for stocking fabrics that you may not find elsewhere, making us THE destination store when you are looking for something special.

DIRECTIONS:

From Lancaster: Take US-222 N toward Ephrata/Reading Continue to follow US-222 N.  Continue onto US-422 E Reading/Allentown (*note: US-222 N 422 E merge together do not take 422 business).  Then, Continue onto PA-12 E  (*note: US-422E turns into PA-12E)  Turn right at traffic light PA-73E/Blandon Rd (*landmark: Redner’s Quick Shoppe on the corner) Continue to follow PA-73 E for 3.9 miles. Make a slight right, after Sunoco, onto PA-662 S/Memorial Hwy and continue to follow PA-662-S for 2.3 miles. Finally turn left onto Oley Turnpike Rd (*landmark: White farm house on corner) Ladyfingers Sewing will be on the left (Big brick building, parking lot adjacent

From Philadelphia: Take 422 West approx. 22 miles until you reach Route 662 North at Douglassville. Turn right onto Route 662 North. Travel 5 miles to the traffic light at The Yellow House Hotel and continue on 662 N for 2 more miles. Turn right onto Oley Turnpike Rd. It will be almost unmarked, but there will be a sign for the Oley Dairy on your left and a big old white farmhouse on the corner. Remember -- you'll be out in the middle of the fields, so be careful and don't pass it by. (If you pass the Oley Mennonite Church, you just passed our road!) Go 1/2 mile on Oley Turnpike - we are on the left.

From Allentown: Take Route 222 South. Make a left onto Route 73 East. Follow Route 73 E through Blandon. After several miles, Routes 662 South and 73 East merge. Continue to follow 73E/662S. You will come to the village of Oley. About 1/4 mile after the traffic light at Weis Supermarket (Friedensburg Rd), 662 South separates from 73 East. Turn right onto 662 South and continue for two miles. You will see the Oley Mennonite Church on your left. Slow down, because at the big white farmhouse just past the church, you will need to make a left onto Oley Turnpike Rd. There will be a directional sign pointing towards Griesemersville. We are 1/2 mi. down the road on the left.

From New Jersey: Northern New Jersey: Take I-78 west into Pennsylvania. Exit at the Route 222 exit at Allentown and follow the above directions from Allentown.Southern New Jersey: Take the PA Turnpike or Schuylkill Expressway West. Follow signs for 422 West (Pottstown), then the above directions from Philadelphia.

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