Today's Featured Shops

Barn Chick Quilts
Barn Chick Quilts is a website full of original inspired designs from when I was owner of Buggy Barn in Reardan, Washington. Now on the Barn Chick Quilt site you will be able to acquire that Buggy Barn book or pattern you’ve been looking for, find something new to inspire you or become part of our community of quilting friends.

Calico Hutch Quilt Shop
Welcome and enjoy shopping at the Calico Hutch. Over 350 extraordinary samples adorn the walls with kits, patterns and fabrics to support every one of them. 2012 marked the 30th anniversary of the Calico Hutch serving the needs of area quilters. You will love our friendly, knowledgeable staff. We are a full-service quilt shop with fabrics, kits, patterns, books, classes, blocks of the month and Bernins sewing machines and service.

Farmhouse Fabrics, Inc.

Jody Houghton Designs
Jody Houghton's original designs for the quilting industry. This store features Jody's latest designs for sewing and quilting projects that promote family, friendship and inspiring sayings. Heartwarming humor and whimsy is also a part of Jody's well known characters, Faith, Hope, and Charity, who are featured in many of her designs.

MaryLou Designs
Mary Lou Designs presents books, patterns, kits and pins by Mary Lou Weidman.

The Fabric Club

The Quilt House

The Quilted Crow
Shop online for designer quilting fabrics, books, patterns , block of the month clubs and "folk art" gifts.

The Quilted Trillium
quit batik patterns big fork bay cotton co deezines

TQM Rulers
TQM Products designs rulers to help the quilter.

 

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Bird swatches are from the Birdie fabric line by Me and My Sister Designs

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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.