Your local quilt stores, fabric shops and sewing centers
are a GREAT resource for quilters.
And you'll find more than 4200 of them listed here!
Updated April 23, 2017
Not only will you find quality quilt fabric, patterns, and all the coolest tools you could use, but the knowledge of all things quilting that you'll find between the store owner, her staff and very willing patrons, is invaluable when you are stuck or have a question.
We, at Generations Quilt Patterns, encourage you to shop at your local quilt shop!
Keep them in business!
They are, hands down, the best instant resource for quilting help around!
If you are a brick and mortar store owner only use the form below to add your quilt store to the list.
If you are a quilter and your favorite store isn't listed, please give us a heads up! We try to keep things current, but if we've missed something or something is incorrect, please let us know via our 'Add or Correct A Shop' form.
It doesn't matter where the quilt shop is located!
We have visitors from over 170 countries visit this website every month. Your brick and mortar store, wherever it is located, it is very welcome in our directory!
1/18 Township Drive
07 5522 4007
Ava & Neve Liberte Courtiers
Open on the weekend, call for appointment during the week.
19 Kangaroo Street
0419 649 603
0420 715 045
King Hassan Ave
Phone: 08-9496944 or 052- 4347872
Rio Papaloapan #41-A, Colinas del Lago
+52 55 5868 1155
50a Queen St
New Hampshire (50)
New Jersey (36)
New Mexico (38)
New York (147)
North Carolina (86)
North Dakota (27)
If you'd like to add your favorite store to our listing or see a correction I need to make to a current listing, please use the form below.
I've tried to keep the form short and simple. Your quilting time is valuable. And helping other quilters is valuable, too.
Add as much information as you know and I'll take care of the rest.
found new quilt shops to add or previously listed ones to correct or
delete—they closed—simply because someone was generous enough with their
time to send in the city and state. All I need is a clue.
Any help you can give is appreciated.