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Lori’s Country Cottage in Sherwood Park, Alberta, guides quilters from start to finish.
A family-owned quilt shop blooms in Henderson, Nevada, where a mom, dad, and two daughters showcase their love of fabrics and quilts.
Located near two national parks, Main Street Quilting Company in Bozeman, Montana, reflects the natural setting of the northwest United States.
One look at the sock monkeys dressed in clever costumes in the storefront window of Pendleton Quiltworks in Pendleton, Oregon, lets quilters know that they are entering a relaxed environment.
Bright and bold quilting fabrics are the stars at Material Girl quilt shop in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Special events at Tiny Stitches Quilt Shop create a fun, festive atmosphere, but customer satisfaction is always a top priority.
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...
Faraway influences encourage both owners and customers of this Florida quilt shop to expand their horizons.
In Phoenix, mother-daughter team Darleen and Tori Ros created a bold, beautiful shop that feeds quilters’ passions.
Nestled in a historic district in Hannibal, Missouri, Hickory Stick Quilt Shop and owner Pat Waelder help customers create new memories of a lasting kind.
Keepsake Cottage Fabrics, located in Bothell, Washington, houses an expansive collection of fabric and exudes friendly country charm.
Among the offerings of Bountiful, Utah, is Quilter’s Haven, where quilts, wearables, and bag samples greet visitors.
Endearing 19th-century reproduction prints and talented teachers connect quilters past and present at Lone Star House of Quilts in Arlington, Texas.
Contemporary meets traditional at Quilted Threads-a quilt shop in Henniker, New Hampshire.
Friendship and fabric go hand in hand at Front Porch Quilt Shoppe, a homey haven for quilters in Ozark, Alabama.
An historical gristmill in Virginia inspires Civil War-style quilts.
Quilter’s Emporium in Stafford, Texas, sets the stage for quilting success with a healthy selection of quilting fabrics, patterns, and samples for novice and advanced quilters.
Situated high in North Carolina’s Black Mountains, this shop encourages quilters to pass on traditions. Cherine Criste took a leap of faith in 2006 when she purchased a well-established quilt shop...
A serendipitous meeting leads to a long-dreamed-about quilt shop in Dyersville, Iowa.
A pattern design company in Sycamore, Illinois, evolves into a retail haven packed full of fabric and ideas.
Vibrant and colorful bolts of fabrics line the shelves and compose the project samples at Tennessee Quilts in Jonesboro, Tennessee.
The Quilt Basket in Tucson, Arizona, is home to a diverse and ever-changing collection of fabrics, patterns, and ideas.
A couple make big changes to an existing Ontario quilt store and finds success by providing the ultimate customer experience.
A Scarlet Thread, a quilting oasis in McDonough, Georgia, inspires customers to tap into their creativity.
Coastal vacationers and quilting locals find inspiration galore at Michelle Knight's Cape Neddick, Maine, quilt shop.