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At the Noble Quilter in Elk River, Minnesota, a well-stocked refrigerator and shelves filled with fabric team up to fuel quilters.
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 Stitch in Time, a quilt shop in the Appalachian foothills in Franklin, North Carolina, provides a place for quilters to meet, learn, and create heirlooms.
Olive Juice Quilts, located in a renovated farmhouse in Onalaska, Wisconsin, juxtaposes modern and reproduction fabrics.
Although ThimbleCreek has switched towns in the past decade, its mission to inspire quilters remains the same.
Plain and Simple Quilt Shop is creating a community of quilters in Apex, North Carolina.
Contemporary flirts with conventional in this inventive Chico, California, quilt shop that's full of stylish surprises.
Located in a former general store in Hills, Iowa, Inspirations offers small-town charm and a gathering space for quilters.
The cozy setting at Quilters Cupboard in Uxbridge, Ontario, helps quilters build sewing skills and friendships.
A budding friendship provides the basis for an ever-growing quilt shop in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Change everything, all the time-that's the motto that drives Mark and Kathy Skomp's quilt shop in the heart of Dixieland's railroad country.
Quilt Mercantile, tucked in the small town of Celeste, Texas, provides a creative outlet for local residents and travelers alike.
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.
The Quilt-A-Way in Great Falls, Montana, encompasses a bevy of quilting patterns and fabrics, as well as a gift loft and classroom.
By mixing contemporary and traditional quilting styles, this Illinois quilt shop offers something for everyone.
Loyal customers love this Northern California quilt shop, located in the Sierra foothills. Marsha Haunschild’s first-time visitors find plenty of reasons to return again and again.
Warmth, familiarity, and many of the comforts of home and family is what quilt shop owners Dee Grantham and Whitney Erickson give their customers at their Phoenix, Arizona, quilting oasis.
Nestled in a restored 1905 building in Belleville, Wisconsin, Patches and Petals bridges past and present with an array of fabrics and gifts.
The Quilting Quarters in Almonte, Ontario, reflects the textile heritage of the small Canadian community.
All things primitive find a home at The Hen House in Charlotte, Michigan.
Walk in and be wowed at this festive Finleyville, Pennsylvania, quilt shop, chock full of patterns, samples, and inspiration.
Crafters are surrounded by quilting, punch-needle, embroidery, and cross-stitch supplies at Pine Needles in West Jordan, Utah.
Enthusiasm for quilting—past and present—runs rampant inside an unassuming Iowa shop situated in an 1895 granary.
A fun atmosphere, brightly colored fabrics, and "Sew Pro's" make quilting as breeze as this North Carolina shop.
Operating a quilt shop is a team effort at Quilters Corner in Ithaca, New York.