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Material Girls Quilt Shoppe

Grounded in the “air capital of the world,” Wichita, Kansas, the Material Girls Quilt Shoppe is reaching new heights.

Not Your Run-of-the-Mill Shop

Material Girls Quilt Shoppe is in the heart of the historic Delano District in Wichita, Kansas.

All Colors of the Rainbow

Fabric bolts in every hue line sandblasted brick walls at the Material Girls Quilt Shoppe owned by Jan Munroe and Jo Degner.

Meet the Staff

Front row, from left: Jan Munroe (co-owner) and Jo Denger (co-owner); middle row: Sharon Kilgore, Lacie Thome, Norma McCray, and Merilyn Austin; back row: Marlynn Branam, Anita Martz, Cathy Burk, Leslie Snodgrass Brinkley, Terry McHargue, and Ethel Munroe.

Catering to Contemporary

Material Girls Quilt Shoppe specializes in contemporary, bright, and batik fabrics. A large selection of soft fabrics caters to those shopping for baby bedrooms.

Unlimited Fabric Options

Although the shop specializes in brights, reproduction-inspired fabrics and patterns from designers such as Jo Morton and Carol Hopkins have a home in the shop, too.

Inspiring Projects

McCommas Beauty by Karen K. Stone is the standout in a collection of fall-inspired projects.

Enchanting Displays

An autumn-theme vignette features appliquéd quilts that use batiks and tone-on-tone fabrics.

Eye-Catching Fabrics

A wall hanging composed of precut fabrics from the Hello Luscious collection by BasicGrey takes center stage.

Color Inside the Lines

The staff at Material Girls Quilt Shoppe designed Color Inside the Lines for Quilt Sampler® Fall/Winter 2012 magazine.

Machine-Quilting Details

Siriporn Hollar machine-quilted an undulating feather design in the colorful zigzags and in the ditch of each black strip.

Get the Magazine!

Contact Material Girls Quilt Shoppe to purchase a copy of the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine, pick up the magazine at your local quilt shop or newsstand, or get the digital issue online.

Peek inside Lone Star House of Quilts, another quilt shop featured in Quilt Sampler Fall/Winter 2012.


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