Today's Featured Shops

Bee Quilted Beauties
Beautiful Fabrics for Creative Minds

Cotton Creations
If you love quality quilting fabric and a quilt shop with a bright and cheerful hometown feel, Cotton Creations is the shop for you.

Grubers Quilt Shop
Gruberís Quilt Shop is Minnesotaís ultimate quilting destination. When you walk into our fabric store, you will be amazed by the abundance and variety of products, no matter what it is youíre looking for!

Limestone Threads

Love & Stitches Designs

Magrieta's Quilt Shop
Our Store is located in the Oldest City in the USA, St Augustine, Florida. We sell quality quilting fabric, patterns, notions, books and all things a quilter might need.

Piecing It Together
We are making heirloom quilts today.

Project House 360
We create original quilt patterns, design for Northcott, RJR and Shannon Fabrics and we have patterns and quilt kits for sale.

Quilted Memories LLC
Your Kansas City long arm shop featuring Nolting machines, Hobbs batting, Superior and Fil-tec threads, fabric, notions and so much more! We offer classes on piecing, machine quilting, and longarm techniques. Longarm machine rental time is available for those that would like to quilt there own quilts! Specializing in memory quilts- t-shirt, photo and memorial quilts, pillows, teddy bears and more.

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Featured Product
Liberty of London "Margaret Annie - E" Tana Lawn Print, 54"

Exquisite 54" Liberty of London 100% cotton Tana Lawn print. Soft, smooth finish with gorgeous soft pastel colors. Click for close-up view.
Featured by Farmhouse Fabrics, Inc.

 


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.