Olive Juice Quilts
Mix of Antique and Modern
Olive Juice Quilts in Onalaska, Wisconsin, fills a century-old farmhouse that retains much of its original architecture.
A view from the Olive Juice Quilts loft (which hosts a long-arm machine) lets shoppers get a good overview of the available wool and fabric samples.
Meet the Staff
Front row, from left: Ana Kelly, Abbey and Emmett Fletcher, Janice Kapanke, Diane Reinhart (owner), Monica Campbell, Nancy Schneider, Jean McClellan, and Julie Vannucchi; back row: David Siemback, Emily Balfanz, Nancy Hammes, Anne Lathrop, Carol Hoff, Karla Peterson, and Nancy Reader.
Bags, Bundles, and Bolts
Ribbons, buttons, and small bags grace the fireplace mantel. Precut fabric packs sit in cubbies inside in the fireplace, and bolts of fabric surround the display.
A fall vignette in the main entryway of Olive Juice Quilts welcomes shoppers.
Bunches of Bright Fabrics
A selection of bold fabrics and stitched samples greets quilters when they enter the shop.
Minis in Reproduction Fabrics
In addition to fabrics with a modern look, Olive Juice Quilts boasts a wide selection of reproduction fabrics. Here, Quilt Study from Galloping Pony showcases miniature quilt blocks.
Making the Cut
Diane Reinhart, owner of Olive Juice Quilts, designed Making the Cut for Quilt Sampler® Fall/Winter 2012 magazine.
Jean McClellan, an employee at Olive Juice Quilts, machine-quilted an allover stipple in the hexagons.