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Much like its namesake quilt block, this Canadian shop is a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary.
Hand-dyed cottons and wools entice visitors to a small-town quilting destination known for its distinctive finds.
Imaginations soar in this innovative quilting hub that challenges customers to explore all aspects of machine piecing and quilting.
Quilters find green pastures at a well-established shop filled with fabrics and ideas.
Customer service is a recurring theme at this shop in one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities.
A quilt shop housed in a 19th-century train depot offers creative journeys in Waterford, Ontario.
The Quilting Quarters in Almonte, Ontario, reflects the textile heritage of the small Canadian community.
Lori’s Country Cottage in Sherwood Park, Alberta, guides quilters from start to finish.
The cozy setting at Quilters Cupboard in Uxbridge, Ontario, helps quilters build sewing skills and friendships.
This fun, fresh Canadian shop, surrounded by the lush forest and spring-fed waters of North Bay, Ontario, embraces traditional styles. It is a dream come true for owners Allan and Annie Boomhour...
The Quilting Bee in Fonthill, Ontario, Canada, brings quilting back to the days of quilting bees and connecting with dear friends.
A couple make big changes to an existing Ontario quilt store and finds success by providing the ultimate customer experience.