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What was once part of a former bowling alley has blossomed into an eclectic quilt shop and exhibition gallery.
A trio of owners divvies up responsibilities and turns the dream of owning a quilt shop into a reality.
For this philanthropic, event-driven shop, quilting is a stepping-stone to accomplishing good.
A Colorado shop is stocked to fulfill the modern-day rush for quilting “gold”: fabrics, patterns, and accessories.
Spanning four floors, this iconic fabric and sewing machine resource supplies its customers with sizable opportunities.
People never stop learning, and in the case of quilt shop owner Debbie Bowles, one never stops teaching either.
A former teacher shifts her attention from the classroom to quilting for an A+ experience at her shop in Logan, Utah.
After a five-year break, a fanciful shop in Carpintera, California, becomes a fresh, new dream come true for coastal quilters.
A modern fabric boutique in Greenwood Village, Colorado, considers every quilt to be a piece of art.
A trio of owners eschews convention and melds individual talents into a vibrant quilt shop in Walla Walla, Washington.
North of Denali National Park in Fairbanks, Alaska, a quilt shop makes its mark with quilts as dramatic as the natural landscape in which it resides.
Located in a former bowling alley, The Cozy Quilt in Spokane, Washington, has plenty of room for quilters to audition fabric.
Stitchery projects showcasing a variety of handwork techniques offer a bounty of inspiration to all who visit Huckleberry Patches in McCall, Idaho.
Southwest Decoratives & Kokopelli Quilting Company, located in Albuquerque, fosters an environment of hospitality, culture, and nature.
At The Fig Leaf in Fort Collins, Colorado, Laura and Rob Shotwell pair two businesses—fabric and furniture— under one roof, offering quilters twice the fun.
Go for the fabrics, stay for the view: This shop has both. Shop owner Bobbie Bebereia loves “being able to show my daughters that you can make a living doing what you truly love.”
In Between Stitches, located in Livermore, California, is a quilt shop that provides a place for quilters and friendships to grow.
Quilt Expressions in Garden City, Idaho, guides quilters through projects from start to finish.
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.
A family-owned quilt shop blooms in Henderson, Nevada, where a mom, dad, and two daughters showcase their love of fabrics and quilts.
Crafters are surrounded by quilting, punch-needle, embroidery, and cross-stitch supplies at Pine Needles in West Jordan, Utah.
Located near two national parks, Main Street Quilting Company in Bozeman, Montana, reflects the natural setting of the northwest United States.
Shop displays dazzle in Jan Hill and Brian Hill’s West Linn, Oregon, shop.
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.
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.