Sweet Home Quilt Co.
A Historical Neighborhood
In historical Olde Town Conyers, Georgia, you'll find specialty shops and eateries filled with goodies. One of the shops, Sweet Home Quilt Co., offers fabric goodies in a 1900 home.
Antique furniture pieces, such as a Hoosier cabinet, fit in with the woodwork and other historical decor at Sweet Home Quilt Co.
Meet the Staff
Sitting: Melisa Morrison (owner); back row, from left: Gwen Maggit, Mellie Watts, and Pam Stapley.
Samples aplenty fill the shop, including quilts, table runners, and dresses composed of pastels and brights.
Back in Time
Samples showcasing reproduction fabrics are plentiful throughout Sweet Home Quilt Co.
An Eclectic Mix
The shop's eclectic fabric offerings satisfy varied tastes. In addition to a large selection of Civil War reproductions and black-and-white prints, brights, batiks, flannels, 1930s reproductions, wool, and baby prints round out the mix.
A Fun Twist
Shop owner Melisa Morrison and her staff work to make fun the focus of Sweet Home Quilt Co. They even fold fat quarters into interesting shapes.
Melisa Morrison, owner of Sweet Home Quilt Co,, designed Eye Candy for Quilt Sampler® Fall/Winter 2012 magazine.
Ardis Young machine-quilted a flower in the center of each block, interlocking circles in the setting and corner triangles, and a piano-key design of parallel lines in the border.