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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.
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.
Although ThimbleCreek has switched towns in the past decade, its mission to inspire quilters remains the same.
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.
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.