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A Midwestern quilt shop in a historic river town goes with the flow.
A small-town, idea-rich store thrives on discovery—within, between, and across fabric lines.
A quilting trio cultivates a homey haven where camaraderie and creativity flourish.
An imaginative oasis that dazzles with clever displays and bright fabrics encourages quilters to continue a creative legacy.
A beige sandstone exterior conceals a bright interior filled with color, pattern, and fabrics from the other side of the world.
Knowledgeable instructors and a passion for inspiring quilters makes this former hardware store a Chicago-area favorite.
Shop owners with full-time jobs elsewhere manage an event-filled calendar in a former boxcar repair shop.
More than a century after its opening, a fabric lover’s emporium in St. Louis, Missouri, still entices customers with the latest creative must-haves.
Quilters facing creative quandaries flock to this Coshocton, Ohio, shop where solutions and inspiration abound.
A creative quilt shop in Zumbrota, Minnesota, is breathing new life into historic downtown buildings.
JEllen’s House of Fabric in Lyndhurst, Ohio, offers quilters a welcoming atmosphere and plenty of colorful inspiration.
Nestled in a former church, Bittersweet Quilt Shop & Home Decor in Pinconning, Michigan, is a quilter’s sanctuary.
Quilting on the Square, a small-town treasure located in Holton, Kansas, serves quilters all over the world with their online business.
Sew Sweet Quilt Shop in Brunswick, Missouri, courts quilters with fabric and an extensive event list—including monthly homemade meals and rejuvenating retreats.
Nestled in a restored 1905 building in Belleville, Wisconsin, Patches and Petals bridges past and present with an array of fabrics and gifts.
Nestled in a historic district in Hannibal, Missouri, Hickory Stick Quilt Shop and owner Pat Waelder help customers create new memories of a lasting kind.
Fun portable projects and original quilt “recipes” capture curiosities at The Quilted Forest in Forest City, Iowa.
The two Quilt Beginnings locations, both in Columbus Ohio, share a common goal of engaging shoppers.
Enthusiasm for quilting—past and present—runs rampant inside an unassuming Iowa shop situated in an 1895 granary.
Located in a former general store in Hills, Iowa, Inspirations offers small-town charm and a gathering space for quilters.
Grounded in the “air capital of the world,” Wichita, Kansas, the Material Girls Quilt Shoppe is reaching new heights.
A serendipitous meeting leads to a long-dreamed-about quilt shop in Dyersville, Iowa.
Yellow Creek Designs prides itself on its war reproduction and wool fabrics, calling quilters from all over the country to stop in and take a peek.
All things primitive find a home at The Hen House in Charlotte, Michigan.
Delightful quilt designs and decor are the heart of Sweetwater Cotton Shoppe in Paynesville, Minnesota.