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Quilters’ Haven

Quilters’ Haven in Olathe, Kansas, boosts creativity by offering inspiration and education to quilters of all skill levels.

Color Wheel


The fabric collections and quilt samples are the stars at Quilters’ Haven. Fat quarters are on display in pots and baskets, and a rainbow of bolts provide a colorful background.

Meet the Staff


Front row, from left: Tom Richards (co-owner), Debbie Richards (co-owner); back row: Mary Maier, Linda Bentz, Emily Paton, Jan McBride, Bernice Duffy, Cathy Johnson, and Beth Ciani.

Many Machines


Quilters’ Haven sells short-, mid-, and long-arm quilting machines and offers mid- and long-arm quilting classes. At no extra charge, Tom repairs sewing machines for people who are homebound or in nursing homes.

Color Wheel


The fabric collections and quilt samples are the stars at Quilters’ Haven. Fat quarters are on display in pots and baskets, and a rainbow of bolts provide a colorful background.

Cards to Quilts


Also on display are several patterns from Rob and Mary Stanphill of Willow Bay Designs. Rob uses his experience as an artist for Hallmark to create quilt designs. Safari Babies (left) and Pony Tales feature the cute, cartoonlike animals that have become the designer’s staple.

Ruffled Edges


A sweet jumper and purse are on display for the Folklorica collection for In The Beginning Fabrics. The ruffle jumper and pants Shoulder Tie Top are patterns by Indygo Junction.

Lotus Garden


Quilters' Haven owner Debbie Richards and staff member Linda Bentz designed Lotus Gardens for Quilt Sampler magazine.

Softness in Hues


The machine-quilting designs—soft floral shapes and straight lines—echo the piecework in Lotus Garden.

Lotus Garden Color Option


Take the focus to the outer edges of the quilt by using bold, patterned florals from the Eclectic Garden collection by Jason Yenter for In the Beginning Fabrics.

Contact Quilters' Haven to purchase a copy of the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Quilt Sampler. Issues are also available at your local quilt shop, on newsstands, and online.

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