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Ye Olde Schoolhouse quilt shop in historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin, gave new life to an old school building.
Shop displays dazzle in Jan Hill and Brian Hill’s West Linn, Oregon, shop.
A modern aesthetic thrives at Waterwheel House Quilt Shop in Londonderry, Vermont, thanks to the keen eye of its skilled caretaker.
The diverse selection of fabrics at Honey Bee Quilt Shop in Austin reflects that city’s celebration of the eclectic.
Forty years after its start, this store continues to bring family and fashion to quilting.
Hearts to Holly Quilt and Gift Shop in Charlevoix, Michigan, has something to offer year-round, from Valentine's Day to Christmas.
A successful quilting business blossomed from a rundown bank in Bird Island, Minnesota.
Monica’s Quilt & Bead Creations, located in Palm Desert, California, offers customers plentiful quilting and beading supplies.
Hand-dyed wool and yarn and reproduction fabric encourage quilters and rug hookers to pursue their love of fibers.
Cabbage Rose Quilting and Fabrics, a sweet quilt shop with lots of yummy fabrics, makes a niche in Fort Worth, Texas.
A mother-daughter team showcases colorful, contemporary tastes with a nod to quilting’s past at Suppose Quilt Boutique in Preston, Idaho.
Quilted Strait, located in a former stable in Port Gamble, Washington, hosts an ever-changing mix of fabrics and samples.
After 35 years, Stitchin’ Post, in small Sisters, Oregon, is still a heavy hitter in the world of quilting.
At Chocolate and Cotton Quilt Company in Thousand Oaks, California, a combination of quilting inspiration and chocolate treats creates a recipe for success.
The Quilt Company, a fixture in Allison Park, Pennsylvania, since 1993, features an expanding inventory of fabric and patterns.
After 14 years, a Missouri quilt shop finally found a place where it feels at home.
Big and busy, Country Traditions in Fremont, Nebraska, encourages success through innovation and education.
Everything old seems fresh and new at a carefully arranged quilt shop in Temecula, California, where owners Tim and Sheryl Johnson reign in Civil War and reproduction quilts.
Quilt Passions, located in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, draws locals and tourists alike.
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.
The Quilting Bee in Fonthill, Ontario, Canada, brings quilting back to the days of quilting bees and connecting with dear friends.
With its impressive size and inventory, this rural New York quilt shop is cutting edge. “Because we have so much fabric, we try and greet people as they come in; otherwise, they’d wander for a...
At the Noble Quilter in Elk River, Minnesota, a well-stocked refrigerator and shelves filled with fabric team up to fuel quilters.