O’Susannah’s Quilts & Gifts
The first floor of the downtown brick building serves as the quilt shop, O'Susannah's Quilts u0026amp; Gifts, and the second floor houses The Upstairs Inn, a tranquil space for quilters to unwind and sew.
Shop owner Sue Knapp takes great pride in rotating the many quilts on display.
Meet the Staff of O'Susannah's Quilts u0026 Gifts
Front row, from left: Jean Lathrop, Karen Rhodes, Wilma Coots, Sue Knapp (owner), Deborah Sanford, Vicki Olmstead, and Sharon Bristol; back row: Cathy Mathews and Eleanor Lattin.
An always-changing seasonal display aims to inspire.u0026nbsp;
Fabric and Furniture
Antique furniture pieces add to the richness of reproduction-inspired vignettes.
Sew on the Go
Plenty of handwork projects are available for customers looking for something portable.
Second-Floor Sewing Space
The Upstairs Inn offers a comfortable and well-lit retreat space for quilters.
Happy Holly Days
Subtle scrappiness and hints of machine appliquu00e9 set the scene in a holiday-theme quilt. Susannah Knapp and Jeanne Knapp designed Happy Holly Days for Quilt Sampleru00ae Fall/Winter 2013 magazine.u0026nbsp;
Happy Holly Days Machine-Quilting Details
Deborah Stanford machine-quilted holly leaves in each u0022Ou0022 formed by adjacent Oh Susannah blocks, pebble and crosshatch motifs in the tan print block backgrounds, and a meandering swirl and holly leaf motif in the border.
Get the Magazine!
Contact O'Susannah's Quilts u0026amp; Gifts to purchase a copy of Quilt Sampleru00ae Fall/Winter 2013 magazine, pick up the issue at your local quilt shop or newsstand, or get the digital issue online.Peek inside JEllen's House of Fabric, another quilt shop featured in the Fall/Winter 2013 issue.