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Customers delight in an uncluttered shop that’s arranged to entice, satisfy, and soothe.
Bright fabrics and beach-theme prints in a Florida quilt shop spark oceans of creativity.
Local Civil War history adds to the charm of a Franklin, Tennessee, shop showcasing quilts of the past and present.
Bright rafters and brilliant colors establish a sunny disposition of a charming quilt shop in Dripping Springs, Texas.
A spectrum of samples and fabrics, including modern, traditional, novelty, and batik, fill StitchCraft in Boca Raton, Florida.
Bright yellow walls and a staff with a sunny disposition greet quilters at Sunday Best Quiltworks in Ellerslie, Georgia.
Vibrant and colorful bolts of fabrics line the shelves and compose the project samples at Tennessee Quilts in Jonesboro, Tennessee.
Endearing 19th-century reproduction prints and talented teachers connect quilters past and present at Lone Star House of Quilts in Arlington, Texas.
Cabbage Rose Quilting and Fabrics, a sweet quilt shop with lots of yummy fabrics, makes a niche in Fort Worth, Texas.
A Scarlet Thread, a quilting oasis in McDonough, Georgia, inspires customers to tap into their creativity.
The Rabbit’s Lair, located in a former pharmacy in Rogers, Arkansas, offers a healthy dose of quilting cottons and wool.
The diverse selection of fabrics at Honey Bee Quilt Shop in Austin reflects that city’s celebration of the eclectic.
Quilt Mercantile, tucked in the small town of Celeste, Texas, provides a creative outlet for local residents and travelers alike.
An eclectic quilt shop in Texas attracts customers with the offer of education.
Clever events and programs keep quilters coming back to Sweet Home Quilt Co. in Conyers, Georgia.
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.
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.
Special events at Tiny Stitches Quilt Shop create a fun, festive atmosphere, but customer satisfaction is always a top priority.
Friendship and fabric go hand in hand at Front Porch Quilt Shoppe, a homey haven for quilters in Ozark, Alabama.
A 1920s bank building in Carrollton, Texas, is now a treasure chest of stunning quilts, fabrics, and antiques.
Faraway influences encourage both owners and customers of this Florida quilt shop to expand their horizons.