Today's Featured Shops

All That Thread
We specialize in sewing, quilting and embroidering threads. We feature Aurifil Threads.

Back Door Quilts
Full service quilting supply shop, specializing in great customer service, inspirational samples, and custom machine quilting. Fabulous fabric, convenient kits, books and patterns for quilts, stitchery, wool applique, and more.

Karen Combs Studio
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Malouf's Fabrics

Patches Quilting & Sewing

Quilt Among Friends
Quilt Among Friends is a full service shop located in Arlington, TX offering quilt fabric, patterns, quilt kits, block of the month programs, quilt books, quilting supplies and classes on different quilt patterns and techniques.

Sharon's Attic Quilt Shop
At www.SharonsAtticQuiltShop.com, our On-Line Fabric store will carry all top quality fabrics by A.E. Nathan, Andover, Hoffman, Maywood, Moda, RJR and more! At Sharons Attic Quilt Shop, we offer quality cotton fabrics by top fabric manufacturers and we can help you choose the right fabric, color combinations, notions, thread, and even help you sew your quilt to bring all the fabric blocks together. Once trained you can use our own in-house Long-arm quilting machine to finish your own quilts.

The Christmas Goose Quilt Shop

The Quilting Squares Quilt Shop
The Quilting Squares is a unique quilt shop located in Historic Franklin, Tennessee. It is a gathering place for quilters to enjoy the art of quiltmaking. We offer a variety of classes, workshops, demos, and lectures as well as many products including fabrics, books, notions and patterns, to meet all of your quilting needs. Owners Kay Roberts and Kathy Kuryla established The Quilting Squares, operating the business locally and traveling to participate in quilt shows within a 500 mile radius. The Quilting Squares specializes in providing Square in a Square® products and techniques developed by Jodi Barrows. They are both certified Square in a Square® teachers teaching at their shop and also on a national level.

Tiny Stitches Quilt Shop
Tiny Stitches, Georgia Quilt Shop, Metro Atlanta's premier quilt supply retailer with the largest selection and widest variety of fabrics in the Southeast located at 2520 E Piedmont Road, Marietta Geogia 30062

 

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Real Thread Chart

A new REAL thread chart for our Rayon, PolyDeco, and PolyLite lines is here! Select that perfect matching color of Sulky Rayon, Poly Deco, or PolyLite with a Sulky Color Card which has a generous amount of real thread samples of 388 colors of Sulky 40 wt. Rayon, all 102 colors of Sulky 30 wt. Rayon, all 24 Multi colors of PolyLite, as well as the 8 neon Sulky Poly Deco colors. The 130 solid colors of Poly Deco are denoted by their Rayon counterpart as are the 36 solid color of PolyLite. Real swatches of the White and Black Bobbin thread and Clear and Smoke Invisible are also on this card.

This thread chart is an invaluable tool to help you choose the right color, or oftentimes, the NEXT right color if you don’t have the perfect color in your stash. It can save you hours of frustration when doing computerized embroidery!

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Preventing "Waviness" in Quilt Borders

To help prevent "waviness" in your quilt borders, follow this guideline. When measuring for borders on your quilt, always measure from the center of the quilt across from side to side and from top to bottom, not along the outside edges. Cut your border pieces this measurement and ease any difference into the quilt when sewing the borders on.