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A Stitch in Time

A Stitch in Time, a quilt shop in the Appalachian foothills in Franklin, North Carolina, provides a place for quilters to meet, learn, and create heirlooms.

Meet the Staff


Seated, from left: Marrell Miles, Maxine Ramey (owner), and Bonnie Forkner; standing: Judy Lowery Elva Bata, Courtney Smith, and Teresa Thomas; not pictured: Diane Schoeps.

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Meet the Staff


Seated, from left: Marrell Miles, Maxine Ramey (owner), and Bonnie Forkner; standing: Judy Lowery Elva Bata, Courtney Smith, and Teresa Thomas; not pictured: Diane Schoeps.

Imaginative Storage


A vintage post office box houses fat quarters, books, and punch needle supplies at A Stitch in Time.

Kits for On-the-Go Quilters


Kits are often packaged in pots, buckets, and other creative containers to cater to visiting quilters.

Climbing Rose


A Stitch in Time owner Maxine Ramey designed Climbing Rose for Quilt Sampler Fall/Winter 2010 magazine.

Details


Maxine machine-quilted a floral motif in the center of each Irish Chain block and a leaf in the block corners. She stitched a feathered leaf motif in the setting pieces and outer border and stippled the inner border.

Climbing Rose Color Option


Reverse the placement of lights and darks to give this pattern a strikingly different look. Quilt tester Laura Boehnke used a cream batik instead of a black print and powder blue batik instead of a cream floral for the Irish Chain blocks. The various blues also make the Irish Chain blocks stand out rather than blend with the setting squares. Fabrics are from Laundry Basket Quilts Let It Snow Batiks Favorites collection for Moda Fabrics.

Contact A Stitch in Time to purchase a copy of the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine. Issues are also available at your local quilt shop, on newsstands, and online.

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