Find a Rhode Island Quilt Shop

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Our current Rhode Island quilt shop list is below, shown alphabetically order by town. 

Do you know of a store that's moved or worse yet closed? Did I miss your favorite shop?

If so, please do take a minute to let us know its name and the city where it's located and I'll do the rest!

Thank you for your help in keeping these listings up-do-date!

Rhode Island Quilt Shops and Fabric Stores

Remember to ALWAYS call ahead to make sure the shop will be open on the day you plan to visit. I have specifically omitted hours and days from the listings because they change.

Stores close, many times without notice, for holidays, bad weather or for family emergencies, or simply because there's no one to run the store that day.

And quite frankly, your quilting time is much too precious to waste.

I don't want you making any unnecessary trips.

Don't forget to ask what they specialize in, too! It's good to go into a shop on a mission!


Stitch Supply
10 Anoka Ave
401 337 5578


Beyond the Bolt
500 Metacom Ave
401 424 4670


Blaine's Sewing Machine Center
1280 Oaklawn Ave
401 463 8824


Divines Sewing Nook
689 Oaklawn Ave
401 228 7831


Just Fabrics
310 Atwood Ave
401 383 6286


Blackstone Quilting Company
3751 Mendon Rd
401 725 1779


Sew Nice Fabrics
3001 E Main Rd, #12
401 683 9238

West Greenwich

Island Creations by Louise
74 Nooseneck Hill Rd
401 323 0255


Just Fabrics
105 Franklin St
401 315 5300


The Sew-Op
31 W Main St
401 447 5500

Did we miss your favorite store?

If you know of a store that isn't on our list of quilt shops in Rhode Island, please use the form below to provide as much information as you can. If there's a mistake in a listing, let us know that, too.

We make our best effort to keep the listings current, but sometimes little details can slip through the cracks.

Your help is greatly appreciated!

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