Endearing 19th-century reproduction prints and talented teachers connect quilters past and present at Lone Star House of Quilts in Arlington, Texas.
Under 150-year-old magnolia trees in the historical Oak Hill neighborhood of Arlington, Texas, you’ll find Lone Star House of Quilts in a 1911 white bungalow on West Abram Street.
Just inside the front door, a mantel bedecked in patterns greets shoppers. Hanging from clothespins are versions of Blind Man’s Fancy, a block of the month from History Repeated by Betsy Chutchian and Carol Staehle.
Front row, from left: Dave Cooksey (co-owner) and Alice Cooksey (co-owner); middle row: Catherine Rowell, Sonja Kraus, Mary Schellhammer, and Ruth Poole; back row: Elizabeth Ann Jernigan, Betsy Chutchian, Annette Plog, and Kerry McCutchan. Not Pictured: Betty Edgell.
Lone Star House of quilts has a wide selection of reproduction-print fabrics. Karen Witt of Reproduction Quilts designed the Civil War Sampler hanging on the wall.
Antique sewing machines, furniture, and other decor intermingle in displays throughout Lone Star House of Quilts.
Hanging on the wall is Bounty of Baskets, a top-selling pattern designed by staff member Betsy Chutchian. It showcases one of the designer’s fabric lines.
Confetti, by local designer Annis Clapp of AMC Designs, is a showstopper of 3/8” finished pieces.
In addition to quilting cottons, customers delight in a diverse medley of hand-dyed wools at Lone Star House of Quilts.
Lone Star House of Quilts’ employee Annette Plog designed the Patchwork Puzzle quilt for Quilt Sampler® Fall/Winter 2012 magazine.
Kerry McCutchan, a Lone Star House of Quilts employee, machine-quilted an allover feather motif on Patchwork Puzzle.
Contact Lone Star House of Quilts  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 Pieceful Gathering Quilt Shop , another quilt shop featured in Quilt Sampler Fall/Winter 2012.