In Between Stitches
Visitors to In Between Stitches are greeted by 3,100 square feet of stunning displays filling custom white shelves on golden floors and lit by shining skylights. Co-owners Leslie Emery and Melissa Emery, an aunt and niece team, provide "a place where friendships grow," as their store motto states.
Meet the Staff
From left, front row:
Leslie Emery (co-owner) and Melissa Emery (co-owner); middle row: Tina Plohetski, Erica von Holtz, and Dee Christopher; back row: Lisa Stone, Lynn Wilder, Paulette Williams, and Holly Emery.
Books and More
Among the unique architectural features of the space skylights that flood the built-in shelves with natural light.
Long-lasting friendship are made during classes at In Between Stitches. Quilters especially enjoy the Friendship Club and Wimpy All Nighter classes, both of which start at 6 p.m. and go late into the night.
Three of the staff members are pattern designers-Lisa Stone (Quilt Bug Patterns), Lynn Wilder (Sew'n Wild Oaks), and Dee Christopher (DeeVine Quilts). Their patterns are featured in the shop, as well as patterns designed by Leslie and Melissa. Pop Art by Artichoke Collection is a simple quilt that provides quilters an opportunity to practice both piecing and appliqué.
Vignettes, like this spring scene, dot the store. Leslie draws on her experience a display designer for a department store and a home decor store. This vignette features House on Edgewood Lane above Rabbits Prefer Chocolate and Summer Cottage. A bag designed by Amy Butler hangs on the corner of the table.
Shop owners Leslie Emery and Melissa Emery designed Perfect Harmony for Quilt Sampler magazine.
Red and cream floral prints team up in Perfect Harmony.
Perfect Harmony Color Option
Dreams come true with 1930s prints from Amy Barickman's A Stitch in Time with Mother Goose collection for Red Rooster Fabrics. This scrappy version of Perfect Harmony offers subtle contrast.Contact In Between Stitches to purchase a copy of the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Quilt Sampler. Issues are also available at your local quilt shop, on newsstands, and online.