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With quilting fabrics and supplies on one side and a long-arm quilting center on the other, a destination shop in Tampa offers inspiration, education, and special events.
A happy, colorful shop brings modern quilting to Albuquerque.
Hand-dyed cottons and wools entice visitors to a small-town quilting destination known for its distinctive finds.
Encore! Revisit one of Quilt Sampler’s favorite shops in 1996, with its beautiful displays, quality fabrics, and customer-focused owners.
Quilting community springs from a small-town shop in the heart of agricultural northern California.
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.
Plan an otherworldly trip to a quilt shop in a Bavarian-style village in central Washington.
Panel quilt patterns and a growing fabric-lover following have propelled this shop to the peak of creativity.
Thousands of bolts of fabrics, a wall of precut strips, and an industrial laser for cutting beckon batik lovers to stop and linger.
The simple exterior of a quaint quilt shop offers few clues to the richly hued fabrics that wait within.
A small-town shop serves a population of quilters with a big-hearted sense of community.
History delightfully repeats itself in a homey 1870 cottage that fosters creative dreams and can-do attitudes.
Idea-packed vignettes spark inspiration at a sunny fabric-lovers’ destination.
Quilters feel at home in a family-run quilt shop fueled by pioneers old and new.
An urban shop offers a crisp and clean vibe in a community known for its artsy atmosphere and custom-crafted goods.
A quilt shop in a small town in the middle of the Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky draws local and regional quilters.
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.
The sturdy brick exterior of a former auto parts store provides few clues to a shop overflowing with lush colors, textures, fibers, and fabrics.
Two sisters channel a shared passion into a homey gathering place for fellow quilters.
In Texas Hill Country, quilters flock to a quilting campus that includes a fabric shop, studio, retreat cottage, and the property’s original log cabin.
Antiques and creative finds pair with scenic views in a woodsy haven.
In a city known for a plethora of outdoor activities, a local quilt shop presents plenty of reasons to come inside.