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A husband-and-wife team owns a pair of quilt shops that thrive on change.
A shop owner’s passions for fabrics, felines, and former times harmoniously meld in a charming shop located in a history-filled town.
A quilt shop in west central Illinois is stocked with tools and staples for making projects.
Snowbird quilters flock to this destination shop in central Florida for fun and learning.
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.
Customers up and down the East Coast depend on Hoppin Bobbin for custom quilting and a huge selection of batiks.
Two friends turned their wish into a reality by creating a community gathering place for quilters near and far.
In this Midwest shop, hand-dyed wools and hand-dyed threads combine with hundreds of staff-designed patterns.
A quilt shop located one block from the beach offers picturesque views inside and out
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.
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.
A quilt shop operates with a mission that extends further than sharing the latest in fabric and thread.
The bright, airy ambience of this eclectic shop appeals to quilters and garment sewers alike.
With the slogan "out of the way, but out of the ordinary," a quilt shop in north-central Wyoming makes a big impact.
Laser-cut appliqué, signature quilts, and quilting cruises raise the bar at this southwestern Utah shop.
Meet Mabel and Ethel, two fun-loving quilters whose shop is the stage for their tag-team comedy.
Quilters find green pastures at a well-established shop filled with fabrics and ideas.
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!
Fabric, quilts, and plenty of patterns provide a restorative escape.