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After 35 years, Stitchin’ Post, in small Sisters, Oregon, is still a heavy hitter in the world of quilting.
A budding friendship provides the basis for an ever-growing quilt shop in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Monica’s Quilt & Bead Creations, located in Palm Desert, California, offers customers plentiful quilting and beading supplies.
The Quilt-A-Way in Great Falls, Montana, encompasses a bevy of quilting patterns and fabrics, as well as a gift loft and classroom.
Situated at the eastern gateway of Yellowstone National Park, Friends and Co. Quilt Shop is a hot spot for both local customers and travelers.
A mother-daughter team showcases colorful, contemporary tastes with a nod to quilting’s past at Suppose Quilt Boutique in Preston, Idaho.
The Wild Rose Quilt Shop & Retreat in Orting, Washington, makes quilting fun and educational.
At Chocolate and Cotton Quilt Company in Thousand Oaks, California, a combination of quilting inspiration and chocolate treats creates a recipe for success.
Although ThimbleCreek has switched towns in the past decade, its mission to inspire quilters remains the same.
An island quilt shop offers unusual supplies for locals and travelers alike.
Quilt Passions, located in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, draws locals and tourists alike.
A small shop in Windsor, Colorado, enlivens the creative spirits of all who enter. Connie and Chuck Huddleson located their shop in a 100-year-old building, once surviving a tornado that tore...
Keepsake Cottage Fabrics, located in Bothell, Washington, houses an expansive collection of fabric and exudes friendly country charm.
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.
Education and encouraging quilters to finish what they start are the focus at Back Porch Fabrics in Pacific Grove, California.