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Carefully curated precut fabric packs reduce the color decisions a quilter has to make, allowing more time to enjoy the creative sewing process. 

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Four decades of experience in quilting, collecting, designing fabrics, and lecturing coalesced into an expansive retail space in small-town Pennsylvania.

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A radiant little shop, just a few blocks from both the Empire State Building and Grand Central Station, is a destination for tourists and locals alike.

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Community, creativity, and crafts of every kind come together at this welcoming modern shop that embraces its quirky character.

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The simple exterior of a quaint quilt shop offers few clues to the richly hued fabrics that wait within.

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The sturdy brick exterior of a former auto parts store provides few clues to a shop overflowing with lush colors, textures, fibers, and fabrics.

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Signature wool applique and Civil-War inspired fabrics keep history alive in an 18th-century restored farmhouse.

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An entrepreneurial shop owner has modified her simple business plan to include renovating building as a way to keep up with her customer base.

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A former interior designer taps into her training for colorful impact.

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A husband-and-wife team revived a shop that offers a bit of traditional, a splash of modern, and everything in between.

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A shop owner’s passions for fabrics, felines, and former times harmoniously meld in a charming shop located in a history-filled town. 

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Customers up and down the East Coast depend on Hoppin Bobbin for custom quilting and a huge selection of batiks.

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It’s fitting that a quilt shop with a long history should reside in a town replete with noteworthy buildings dating back to Revolutionary times.

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A well-planned shop delights customers with uncommon fabrics, yarns, and patterns from around the globe.

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Owner Betsy Dorr stays on top of her business—literally. She lives above her quilt shop, which is housed in a turn-of-the-century farmhouse and barn.

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Two shop owners figured out a brilliant way to engage both novice and experienced quilters month after month: Throw parties! 

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Dubbing the fabrics here worth the trip, customers drive from miles around to an 1860 country charmer in New York’s Catskill Mountains.

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A shop in a former carriage house stocks fabrics from many genres in an effort to keep its customers returning. 

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Cheery fabrics in light-filled rooms welcome quilters of all skill levels and create a cozy, nurturing environment.

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A large fabric selection and ever-changing displays at O’Susannah’s Quilts & Gifts in Watkins Glen, New York, draws local quilters and tourists alike.

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A fun atmosphere, brightly colored fabrics, and "Sew Pro's" make quilting as breeze as this North Carolina shop.

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Operating a quilt shop is a team effort at Quilters Corner in Ithaca, New York.

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With its impressive size and inventory, this rural New York quilt shop is cutting edge. “Because we have so much fabric, we try and greet people as they come in; otherwise, they’d wander for a...

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Walk in and be wowed at this festive Finleyville, Pennsylvania, quilt shop, chock full of patterns, samples, and inspiration.

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Coastal vacationers and quilting locals find inspiration galore at Michelle Knight's Cape Neddick, Maine, quilt shop.

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