Today's Featured Shops

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, punchneedle embroidery, stitchery, Santas, snowmen, dolls, and more.

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.

Deer Country Quilts
We invite you to visit our store in beautiful Seeley Lake, Montana. Deer Country Quilts was established in 1996 and has grown and expanded into our own spacious log building with over 4000 bolts of fabric! Deer Country Quilts is located approximately one hour east of Missoula and two hours south of Glacier National Park on Highway 83 N. If you can’t make it to our store, you can shop online where we offer a large selection of fabrics, kits, and quilts for sale. Check back often as we are continuously updating our website with new items. Our friendly staff looks forward to serving you! Happy Quilting!

Malouf's Fabrics

Patchworks that Praise
Cathy Geier's online quilt gallery and new fabric shop specializing in landscape prints for your landscape quilts! Browse through my Tips and Helps page for inspiration and practical advice on making your landscape quilts.

Quilters Patch
Karen Leach and Sherry Ware opened Quilters Patch in 1995 with over 180 bolts of fabric. Today, the store carries over 4,000. We have a large selection of kits, books, western fabrics, reproductions, novality,and florals. Out of towners often comment on our huge section of fabric.

Stitches for Hope
Hand-sewn quilts and home decorating items adorn quilt and sewing stores. These items are then featured at Stitches for Hope and an annual sale in Cedar Rapids, IA. Proceeds from the sale of the quilts, table runners and more go to benefit the Catherine McAuley Center. You will enjoy a double warmth with Stitches for Hope offerings in that you get a quilt to physically warm you and a gift to warm your heart.

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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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.