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Originally featured as a Quilt Sampler top shop in 2007, this encore shop has evolved in response to changes in the industry, thanks to its savvy owners.
Creativity is contagious at this idea-packed quilting and crafting getaway in small-town Iowa.
A people-friendly stop along an Ohio Barn Quilt Trail is a toast to traditional and modern quilting—with cheers for special events.
Stretched across two brick buildings in downtown Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, The Pickett Fence is what many quilters call their happy place.
A longtime seamstress turns her love of sewing and fabric into a booming business.
Panel quilt patterns and a growing fabric-lover following have propelled this shop to the peak of creativity.
History delightfully repeats itself in a homey 1870 cottage that fosters creative dreams and can-do attitudes.
People drive for hundreds of miles to a central Illinois quilt shop to take classes on foundation piecing, gain tips for machine embroidery, and participate in inspiring retreats.
A shop located in a small Midwestern town encourages customers to try new techniques and think imaginatively.
Two sisters channel a shared passion into a homey gathering place for fellow quilters.
Antiques and creative finds pair with scenic views in a woodsy haven.
A contemporary quilt shop in an 1846 Gothic Revival former church shares fabric and much more with the quilting community.
Travelers heading for cabins and resorts on the shores of Minnesota's sparkling blue waters find a sweet spot to rest, relax, and restock their stash.
A small-town quilt shop emphasizes quilting, learning, and community.
Revisit a quilt shop rooted in a Midwestern town steeped in history and its ever-evolving, forward-thinking owner.
Quilters create healthier selves at a Midwestern shop that shares strip-mall space with three doctors’ offices.
A Midwest quilt shop with a rich quilting history delivers stellar customer service and keeps creativity blooming.
A quilt shop in west central Illinois is stocked with tools and staples for making projects.
Quilters find reams of quilting opportunities in this town known for papermaking.
What began as a room in the shop owner’s house has blossomed into a spacious oasis of creativity and quilting inspiration.
In this Midwest shop, hand-dyed wools and hand-dyed threads combine with hundreds of staff-designed patterns.
Old-fashioned service and delightfully diverse fabrics are the foundations of a 70-year-old shop that spans three generations.
Continuously evolving to meet customers’ needs, a rural quilt shop is a small-town staple.
Adventurous quilters eagerly leave the highway for a small-town “rest stop.”
In southwestern Missouri’s Ozark Mountains, a natural disaster ripped through a three-generations-old shop. Now, the shop is taking the quilt world by storm.