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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.
Four decades of experience in quilting, collecting, designing fabrics, and lecturing coalesced into an expansive retail space in small-town Pennsylvania.
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.
Community, creativity, and crafts of every kind come together at this welcoming modern shop that embraces its quirky character.
The simple exterior of a quaint quilt shop offers few clues to the richly hued fabrics that wait within.
The sturdy brick exterior of a former auto parts store provides few clues to a shop overflowing with lush colors, textures, fibers, and fabrics.
Signature wool applique and Civil-War inspired fabrics keep history alive in an 18th-century restored farmhouse.
An entrepreneurial shop owner has modified her simple business plan to include renovating building as a way to keep up with her customer base.
A former interior designer taps into her training for colorful impact.
A husband-and-wife team revived a shop that offers a bit of traditional, a splash of modern, and everything in between.
A shop owner’s passions for fabrics, felines, and former times harmoniously meld in a charming shop located in a history-filled town.
Customers up and down the East Coast depend on Hoppin Bobbin for custom quilting and a huge selection of batiks.
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.
A well-planned shop delights customers with uncommon fabrics, yarns, and patterns from around the globe.
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.
Two shop owners figured out a brilliant way to engage both novice and experienced quilters month after month: Throw parties!
Dubbing the fabrics here worth the trip, customers drive from miles around to an 1860 country charmer in New York’s Catskill Mountains.
A shop in a former carriage house stocks fabrics from many genres in an effort to keep its customers returning.
Cheery fabrics in light-filled rooms welcome quilters of all skill levels and create a cozy, nurturing environment.
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.
Contemporary meets traditional at Quilted Threads-a quilt shop in Henniker, New Hampshire.
Hershey, Pennsylvania, is home to Quiltmakers Cottage—the sweetest of brick cottages brimming over with quilting fabrics, kits, patterns, and notions.
A small quilt shop in Goldsboro, North Carolina, packs a big punch with a wide variety of fabrics.
A modern aesthetic thrives at Waterwheel House Quilt Shop in Londonderry, Vermont, thanks to the keen eye of its skilled caretaker.
An historical gristmill in Virginia inspires Civil War-style quilts.