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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.
Meet Mabel and Ethel, two fun-loving quilters whose shop is the stage for their tag-team comedy.
A Minnesota shop that started as an online-only venture has expanded into a top-notch brick-and-mortar quilt shop.
There’s a three-generation legacy of needle crafts at this shop, where all who walk through the door become part of a caring family.
Family-owned quilt and floral shops team up to make a blossoming business.
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.