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Located in a former general store in Hills, Iowa, Inspirations offers small-town charm and a gathering space for quilters.
A serendipitous meeting leads to a long-dreamed-about quilt shop in Dyersville, Iowa.
All things primitive find a home at The Hen House in Charlotte, Michigan.
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.
Delightful quilt designs and decor are the heart of Sweetwater Cotton Shoppe in Paynesville, Minnesota.
Quilters’ Haven in Olathe, Kansas, boosts creativity by offering inspiration and education to quilters of all skill levels.
Laughter, camaraderie, and an ever-expanding inventory provide comfort to all who enter Beverly Neff’s shop nestled in the scenic Ohio River Valley.
A pattern design company in Sycamore, Illinois, evolves into a retail haven packed full of fabric and ideas.
For three decades, owners Julie and John Hale have been in the quilt shop business, outgrowing two locations. Their Michigan quilt institution has seen quilting come around, and continues to throw...
By mixing contemporary and traditional quilting styles, this Illinois quilt shop offers something for everyone.
Ye Olde Schoolhouse quilt shop in historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin, gave new life to an old school building.
Olive Juice Quilts, located in a renovated farmhouse in Onalaska, Wisconsin, juxtaposes modern and reproduction fabrics.
Original quilt designs in reproduction fabrics and wool make Pieceful Gathering Quilt Shop in Fox River Grove, Illinois, a charmer.
Hearts to Holly Quilt and Gift Shop in Charlevoix, Michigan, has something to offer year-round, from Valentine's Day to Christmas.
After 14 years, a Missouri quilt shop finally found a place where it feels at home.
At the Noble Quilter in Elk River, Minnesota, a well-stocked refrigerator and shelves filled with fabric team up to fuel quilters.
Forty years after its start, this store continues to bring family and fashion to quilting.
Hand-dyed wool and yarn and reproduction fabric encourage quilters and rug hookers to pursue their love of fibers.
A successful quilting business blossomed from a rundown bank in Bird Island, Minnesota.