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Quilter’s Station

After 14 years, a Missouri quilt shop finally found a place where it feels at home.

Black is Back


Rita’s favorite color fabric is black because it makes other colors in a quilt pop. She carries a wide selection of black fabrics, and used them to craft a toile strip quilt that is a Quilter’s Station design.

Meet the Staff


Front row, from left: Kathy Currie, Sherry Cooper, Rita Briner (owner), Becky McDowell, and Karlene Copper; back row: Joan Brown, Mary Andrews, Karen Kriens, Jane Miller, and Kim Bowlin.

Haunted Designs


Rita sometimes spends hours after the shop closes making samples for displays. The Needlework and Pumpkin Quilt by Renée Nanneman serves as the backdrop for other Halloween crafts.

Black is Back


Rita’s favorite color fabric is black because it makes other colors in a quilt pop. She carries a wide selection of black fabrics, and used them to craft a toile strip quilt that is a Quilter’s Station design.

Primitive Pumpkins


Owner Rita Briner designed Primitive Pumpkins for Quilt Sampler® Fall/Winter 2011 magazine.

Machine-Quilting Details


Machine-quilter Beth Kurzava outline-quilted close to the appliqué edges and stitched acorn and leaf designs in the remaining areas of the quilt center. She added two curved lines inside each edge of the inner border squares and quilted oak leaves in the outer border.

For more information about Quilter’s Station, visit quiltersstation.com.

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