Today's Featured Shops

Around the Block Quilt Shop LLC
Around The Block Quilt Shop maintains a collection of 100% cotton fabric that has grown to 3,000 plus bolts. In addition, you can find a wonderful selection of books, patterns, notions, and gifts. Many of your favorite designers and manufacturers are represented; Hoffman, Kaufman, RJR, Moda, Blank, Michael Miller, South Sea Imports, Thimbleberries and many more. Stop in and try out our Swiss engineered Bernina line of sewing machines and sergers. Experience the friendly atmosphere of Around the Block Quilt Shop as our staff is ready to help you choose the supplies needed for your next project.

Cottage Quilts Fresno
Cottage Quilts * Sew Creative Studio specializes in quilting, heirloom sewing, machine embroidery, and needlearts with kits, fabrics, block of the months, books, free patterns, and supplies for silk ribbon embroidery, redwork, and tatting. We carry fabrics from Moda, Marcus Brothers, Free Spirit, Northcott, Benartex, Timeless Treasures, Windham, Yuwa, Lecien, RJR, Andover, Makower, Clothworks, Art Gallery, Northcott, and other manufacturers.

Fat Quarter Shop

IMQA
The on-line sales and registration area for the International Machine Quilters Association and Machine Quilters Showcase

Little Quilts
Little Quilts designs fabric, patterns, books, and booklets for small, but not miniature, quilts based on traditional designs from days gone by. Join the Little Quilts Sorority to stay in touch with what we offer.

Our Online Store has quilt kits using our fabrics and others, several BOM programs, plus Notions and other goodies. Our Brick and Mortar store features reproduction and feedsack fabrics, plus everything else from Batiks to Kaffe Fassett.

Oklahoma Quiltworks
Oklahoma's Largest Quilt Store

Quilter Studio
Quilter Studio specializes in novelty and seasonal fabrics and fabric panels including Christmas fabrics, fall fabrics, flannels, baby and children prints, dog and cat fabrics and animal prints. We also stock over 200 tea towels for applique and embroidery.

StoneRidge Quilting
StoneRidge Quilting offers a variety of hand made iron quilt hangers, racks, and stands.

The Quilt Place
Large selection of books and patterns. Cotton fabrics from all the major quality suppliers. Large variety of kits, orientals, 30's, and civil war fabric.

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.

 

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Featured Product
Easy Breezy Maple Leaf Table Runner

The name says it all. This table runner is very quick to make, as the leaves are pre-cut and pre-fused, so all you have to do is iron them on. We recommend stitching them down as part of the quilting.

Kit includes the Silhouette maple leaves, pattern, and fabric for the top, binding, and backing. All fabrics are batiks/bali watercolours.

Please note that we have sold out of the original fabrics used for the table runner and have substituted other batik fabrics in like colours and values.

Finishes at approximately 12 1/2" X 40".

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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.