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2013 Quilt Pattern

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Sew Many Blessings Quilt Shop
1925 Adams Avenue HuntingtonWV25704 USA 
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WV Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop Quilt is Unveiled

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The 2013 West Virginia Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop Quilt is Here

This years Mountain Quilt Quest quilt was designed by Eileen Farren from Sew Many Blessings Quilt Shop in Huntington West Virginia.

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Interview with the Creator of the WV Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop 2013 Quilt Pattern

 Complete Mountain Quilt Quest 2013 Map & Directions available by clicking on this link 

 

Hope you all enjoy this years shop hop.

Stop By For A Visit ….. You Will Have “SEW” Much Fun!

Interview with the Creator of the WV Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop 2013 Quilt Pattern

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The inside story about this year’s quilt pattern from the creator herself Eileen Farren.

WV Mountain Quilt Quest Map

Complete Mountain Quilt Quest 2013 Map & Directions available by clicking on this link or any image on this page.

Question1:

Where did you grow up and how long have you lived in the Huntington WV area?

 

 

“I’m originally from New York (Brooklyn) and relocated to the Huntington, WV area in 1978.

 

I tell people that I’m a kid from Brooklyn that moved to Appalachia to teach quilting.

 

I took my first quilting class when I lived in the Albany, NY area in 1977, although I had been sewing for many years before that.

 

My grandmother did some knitting and crochet and my aunt taught me to sew when I was in about 5th grade. 

 

(My mother avoided anything that even vaguely resembled working with any type of needlework.)”

 

Question2:

I understand you are an instructor at Sew Many Blessings Quilt Shop. What classes do you teach? Which one is the most popular?

 

“When Sew Many Blessings Quilt Shop opened in 2006 I was asked to teach the Beginning Quilting class.

 

Other classes that I have taught at the shop are machine appliqué, advanced beginning techniques, paper-piecing, and a couple of classes that included curved piecing techniques.

 

The Beginning Quilting class is the most popular; it attracts those that have always wanted to quilt, as well as those that have some sewing or quilting experience and want to get better in the basics.

 

It is fun to see new quilters smile at their own accomplishments and then get further involved in this fun activity.

 

Several ladies in my current beginning class have been excited about learning correct processes, and have commented about having “light-bulb” or “ahhh-ha” moments during the first of the three sessions.”

 

 

WV Mountain Quilt Quest Map and DirectionsQuestion3:

What training helped you to create quilt patterns?

 

“As a charter member in two local quilt guilds (Creative Quilters/1982 and KYOVA Quilt Club/1998), I have conducted educational meeting programs and formal classes since about 1985.

 

Taking more than six dozen formal quilt-related and needlework classes from nationally known instructors during this time has kept me updated and equipped me with new techniques to share with others.

 

Basic math (including some algebra and geometry) skills are helpful when drafting quilt patterns.

 

I often grab some graph paper to start sketching an idea or plan on how to lay something out.

 

I tell others to think of graph paper as your friend.

 

It is fun to find new or easier ways to construct quilt blocks.”

 

sew many blessings quilt shop wv tourismQuestion4:

You must have been excited when you were asked to design the pattern for the 2013 West Virginia Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop. How were you selected and what all was involved in creating this years Mountain Quilt Quest pattern?

 

“About a year ago, Winona and Heidi told me they were going to suggest I be asked to create the blocks for the next WV shop hop.

 

I nonchalantly said okay.

 

The theme would be based on the 150th birthday of West Virginia – the Sesquicentennial – and the blocks should be related to that event.

 

OK…….!

The quilt shop owners got together and came up with a list of places, events, and symbols that are representative of West Virginia and suggested that they be the inspiration for the blocks.

 

Oh, and they would need 24, instead of the usual 12, blocks for the shop hop.

 

The blocks could be pieced or appliqué.

 

…..Now the real work and research begins!

 

Each pattern instruction page was to have a sentence or more, relating the subject of the block back to the shop hop theme.

 

The official state symbols (bird, insect, butterfly, flower, tree, mammal, fish, fruit) were fun to research and develop but…

 

I did declare that I was not going to include the state reptile (timber rattlesnake).

 

The state symbols lent themselves mostly to appliqué, so then I moved to finding some pieced quilt blocks that would also lend themselves to the WV theme.

 

Most of the classic or old-time blocks are called by many different names, so my interpretation was developed into the quilt blocks for the shop hop.”

 

 

Question5:

How complicated are the quilting blocks?

 

“Some ideas for quilt blocks had to be set aside because they would have become too complicated to construct – and write instructions about completion.

 

We did not want to include any blocks that would be too difficult for the average quilter to successfully finish.”

 

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Question6:

This is West Virginia’s Sesquicentennial – 150 years of statehood. Can you tell us what the quilt is about?

 

“Quilters can take advantage of the way each of the 11 quilt shops have used the blocks (at least 14 or all 24) to set up their individualized quilt.

 

They could also use any or all of the blocks to make their own interpretation.

 

Blocks can be used for large quilts, wall hangings, table runners, pillows, etc.

 

I hope quilters have fun with the blocks and use them with their own color schemes to fit their own décor, or use as gifts for others.”

 

 

Question7:

On a personal note what would you like every quilter to feel when they look at their completed 2013 quilt, step back look at it and say…?

 

“Several stitching friends have read the interpretive information about the quilt blocks and have commented, “I didn’t know that.”

 

That pleases me.

 

All the quilt shops wish quilters and non-quilters take advantage of some of the many activities and events celebrating the sesquicentennial throughout the state.”

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“Everyone is encouraged to access www.wvtourism.com to obtain information on the beautiful sites and events to visit as you travel in any part of wild, wonderful West Virginia.”

Complete Mountain Quilt Quest 2013 Map & Directions available by clicking on this link or any image on this page.

Newsletter May 2013

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Sew Many Blessings

West Virginia’s newest

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Teachers Open House

Friday May 3rd

10:00-6:00 and

Saturday May 4th

10:00-3:00

Come meet your teachers and see all the new class samples.

All fabrics, patterns, embroidery CD’s and notions will be 25% off.

Baby Lock machines and Floriani  Software excluded.

Bring in a donation of non-perishable food for the Huntington Food Bank and receive a free pre-cut fat quarter.

Refreshments will be provided.

 

 

Due to the increased cost of postage and printing we have posted our newsletter on the website.  If you would like to receive your newsletter by regular mail please let us know.

You can call (304-429-0050/866-317-5100) or email: sewmanyblessings@frontier.com or just come by and let us know.

Dear Friends,

The first four months of 2013 were pretty exciting for Sew Many Blessings.  Our Embroidery Retreat at the Pullman Plaza Hotel went very well.  The two Eleanor Burns classes with Carol Gibson Welk were a big Success.  If you missed Ladies Night Out you missed a lot of fun.  We are planning another “Night Out” in October. And most important Heidi is now a Grandmother  – actually MeeMaw.  Tucker Charles Floyd was born a little early on March 26th, weighing in at 6lbs 11 oz and 19 1/2″ long.

We have several things planned over the next few months.  Our first Kid’s camp is June 12th thru 14th. The WV Mountain Quilt Quest is June 5th thru 8th.  This year’s blocks were designed by our own Eileen Farren.

Our new website is up and running.  sewmanyblessingsquiltshop.com.  We are very excited about the website.

Take time to quilt.

Winona and Heidi

 

Don’t forget the WV Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop June 5th – 8th

 

1925 Adams Avenue

Huntington, WV  25704

304-429-0050

866-317-5100

www.sewmanyblessingsquiltshop.com

 

Store Hours

Monday 10:00 – 5:00

Tuesday 10:00 – 8:00

Wednesday 10:00 – 5:00

Thursday 10:00 – 8:00

Friday 10:00 – 6:00

Saturday 10:00 – 3:00

Closed Sundays

EXCITING NEW CLASSES

 

We are happy to be offering several exciting new classes.  Many classes require a sewing or embroidery machine; please let us know if you would like to use one of ours.  Class fee is due when you register.  You can sign up at the store, by phone or e-mail.  If registering over the phone or e-mail, you must have a valid credit card.  Receipts and class supply lists will be mailed to you.  Full refunds on class fee will be given if you cancel seven days in advance.  After that, a 50% refund will be given provided you give us 24 hours’ notice.  If you do not attend a class and we are not given 24 hours notice, there will be no refund or rescheduling of your class.   Classes could be cancelled if Cabell County schools are closed for snow or ice (please call ahead and use your own judgment in inclement weather).  If we cancel classes, they will be rescheduled or class fee refunded.  Stop by the store to register for your class.  Please be considerate of your teacher and fellow classmates who may have allergies – refrain from wearing scented lotions and perfumes.

Please have your fabric and supplies purchased before the beginning time of your class. 

 

Beginning Quilting

Always wanted to learn to quilt? Know someone who wants to       quilt or just needs some refresher on techniques, this class is for you.

Instructor: Eileen Farren  Three sessions: Saturdays May 18th,   June 1st and 8th.  10:00-3:00 Limit: 4 Cost: $30.00

 

Hand Appliqué/ Ant Picnic

Come learn to hand appliqué by making this cute hand towel with ants crawling up the towel.  Great to take on a picnic or use by your grill.  Pattern is from Little Country Quilts and has several summer related items you can appliqué. For the beginner to experienced appliquer.   Instructor: Tammy Barnett  One session Tuesday May 21st 5:00-8:00 or Monday June 24th 10:00-1:00.  Class Fee: $20.00    Class Limit: 4

     

     Hand Quilting

Great way to learn to quilt that special project all by yourself.  You will be bringing your own project or you can buy one of our “cheater” panels.  Nothing larger than twin size please.

Instructor:Tammy Barnett  One session Saturday August 17th 10:00-1:00. Class Fee: $25.00  Class fee includes spool of thread and starter pack of between needles. Class Limit: 6

 

 

 

Free Motion Machine Quilting:

This has been one of our most popular classes. So come learn the basic techniques to using your regular sewing machine to quilt your own quilts/table runners, etc.  Instructor: Sandy Sheffield.  One Session Tuesday July 30th 5:00-8:00   Class Fee: $20.00  Class Limit: 4

 

T-Shirt Quilt

Do you have boxes of  your  children’s/grandchildren’s

t-shirts.  Learn to make this memory quilt.

Instructor: Loretta Steele  Three sessions: Thursdays July 25th, August 1st and 8th. 5:00-8:00 Class Fee: $25.00 Class Limit: 4

 

Cross Pocket Purse

This cute and functional purse is by Whistlepig Creek Productions and is fat quarter friendly. Instructor: Prudy Pickens.  One session: Saturday May 11th  10:00-3:00. or Tuesday August 6th 10:00-3:00  Class Limit: 4 Class fee: $20.00.

 

Opposites Attract

This is a fast and fun quilt that uses only three fabrics with dramatic effects. Instructor: Prudy Pickens Two: sessions: Wednesdays July 24th and 31st. 10:00-2:00 or Fridays August 16th and 23rd 10:00-2:00.  Class Limit: 4  Class fee: $25.00

 

Autumn – Redwork

Turn this adorable redwork pattern  into a wall hanging or pillow.

One session: Thursday May 23rd 5:30-8:00 or Tuesday June 18th 10:00-1:00 Instructor: Bev Beldon Class Limit: 6 Class fee: $20.00

 

Little Charmers Table runner

Use your favorite charm pack to make this stylish table runner.

Instructor: Sandy Sheffield. One session: Wednesday May 22nd 10:00-2:00 or Saturday June 29th 10:00-2:00.. Class Limit: 4.  Class Fee: $20.00

 

Kaleidoscope Stack-n-Whack w/45 degree tool

Take any material and use the 45 degree tool provided in the pattern to change your material into unique blocks.

Instructor: Lynn Rash  Two sessions: Saturdays July 27th and August 10th.  10:00-3:00 Class Limit: 4 Class Fee: $25.00

 

 Stack -n- Whack UFO Day

Have you started a stack – n – whack quilt and never         finished it?  Can’t remember where to go from here?  Lynn will be here to help you complete your UFO.

Instructor: Lynn Rash  One Session: Saturday June 22th 10:00-3:00  Class Limit: 3  Class Fee: $20.00

 

 

 

Mondo Bag

Versatile bag using 2 1/2″ fusible grid.  Use your scraps, charms packs or precut 2 1/2″ squares. Instructor: Sandy Sheffield.  Two sessions  Wednesdays July 10th and 17th 10:00-2:00 or Saturdays July 13th and 20th 10:00-2:00.

Class  limit: 5  Class fee: $25.00

 

Atlantic Flyway

Make this stunning wall hanging using the wing clipper

ruler.  This class is for intermediate to experienced quilter.

Two sessions: Mondays May 13th and 20th 10:00-2:00

or  Thursdays September 5th and 12th 5:00-8:00.

Instructor: Lynn Rash  Class Limit: 4 Class fee:$25.00

Nouveau Bag

Designed by our own Larry Ford.  This versatile pattern can be changed easily from a purse to a wallet. Instructor: Heidi Smithers  One session Tuesday May 21st 10:00-2:00 or Tuesday August 6th 4:00-8:00 Class Limit: 4  Class fee: $20.00

 

Jubilee II Table Runner

Learn to machine appliqué and how to make Prairie points all in the same day. Instructor: Eileen Farren One session: Tuesday June 18th 5:00-8:00 or Monday July 8th 10:00-2:00.  Class Limit: 4  Class Fee: $20.00

 

Christmas Patch Tree Skirt.

Get started on your Christmas presents early.  Make this Christmas Tree Skirt country, scrappy or traditional Christmas.

Instructor: Loretta Steele  Two sessions: Fridays July 12th and 19th 10:00-2:00

Class Limit: 4 Class fee: $25.00

 

 

Welcome Pineapple – Machine Embroidery

Make this beautiful Pineapple Wall Hanging using your embroidery machine.  It is a flip and sew machine embroidery.  Instructor: Sandy Sheffield

One session: Saturday June 15th 10:00-3:00 or

Thursday August 22nd 1:00-8:00.  Class Limit:

Cost: $25.00

Embroidery Club

 

Instructor: Sandy Sheffield

The Embroidery Club meets once a month to learn new techniques and ideas on machine embroidery.  Since the classes have become large, registration is now required to hold your spot: classes will be limited.  Be sure to sign up early so we will have ample time to provide enough kits for some of the projects. The club is held the fourth Tuesday of each month from 10:00-12:30, 1:00 – 3:30 or from 5:30 – 8:00.   Cost is $10.00 per each class session.  Class limit is 7 per session.  Please check your supply lists for class or call to make sure you bring everything you need.

 

May 28th – Lace Cross bookmark and Embroidery Education. While you are sewing out your lace bookmark Sandy is going to review Embroidery Rules and Tips.

 

June 25th and 27th – Eagle Scripture Wall hanging. Two day class.

 

July 23rd – Flip Flop Purse Pocket.  Come and make this in the hoop pocket zippered purse.

 

August 20th – Learn to make personalized patches in the Embroidery Hoop.  Please note date change. When you can’t embroider directly on an item, you can make a patch.  Great for Jeans pockets, totes, etc.

 

 

Kids Camp

We are excited to have our first ever Kids Camp June 12th – 14th.

Camp is limited to 6 children ages 9 thru 16.  Class will be from

10:30-1:00.  They will make something new each day.  Camp costs will include kit for each item made, lunch and snacks. 

Sewing machines will be available for purchase at a discounted rate.

Our future Quilters will go home each day with a finished project.

Contact us for more information.

 

 

Sip & Stitch

Every Thursday from 10:00-2:00

This is a great time to meet fellow quilters and work on projects

you just can’t seem to get to at home.

As a special treat for those attending Sip & Stitch, every week we will have something special on sale.  You have to attend to find out what that week’s special is.  Special ends at 2:00.

Please note there will not be a Sip & Stitch during the month of June due to Shop Hop, Kids Camp, WV Quilters show, etc.

Fall Retreat

September 13th, 14th and 15.

We are doing our fall retreat a little different this year.  It is open to quilters and machine embroiderers.  Just come and work on a UFO or start a new project. 

It will once again be held at the Pullman Plaza Hotel.

Cost will be $40.00 per person.

We will have door prizes and surprises.

 

We will have a class on Friday from 9:00-5:00 for those of you who arrive early.  Class and cost to be announced at a later date.

 

 

 

Baby Lock Machines

We have added to our in-stock machine inventory, please come test drive a BabyLock.

When you purchase a Baby Lock machine from us you receive unlimited classes on your machine. 

If you have purchased a machine from another dealer, we can train you on  your machine; however, we will have to charge by the hour for this service.

 

Blocks of the Month

Our newest Block of the Month is Welcome to the North Pole.

It is a redwork Christmas quilt.  Instructor is Beverly Beldon.

Cost is $12.00 per month.  Pattern, floss and material are included.

It will be held the third Thursday of every month from 5:30-8:00.

A finishing kit will be available to finish it like Beverly’s.

 

We still have openings in  Something to Crow About from Red Rooster.  Cost is: $25.00 per month    

Blocks will be available the second Saturday of each month.

 

 Saturday Soiree’ in Red.

Available the third Saturday of each.  Cost is: $16.00

 

Fancy Ladies

Due to popular demand we are continuing the Fancy Ladies Redwork Block of the Month.

This will be held the third Thursday of each month   Cost is $15.00 and includes pattern, fabric and floss.  If you have already started on the ladies and would like additional help or have decided you would like to embroider more of the ladies please come.  Haven’t started them? This is the perfect time to get started.

 

Mill Girls – We still have some Mill Girls Block of the Month left.  Kits are $20.00 per month.

 


Upcoming Events

May 3rd and 4th Sew Many Blessings Teachers Open House

June 5th – 8th WV Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop

June 12-14th Kids Camp

June 20th – 22nd -  WV Quilters Show Summersville, WV

July 18th, 19th and 20th – Quilt Show Athens, OH

August 2nd and 3rd – Millennium Quilt Guild Show Bridgeport, WV

September 13th, 14th and 15th Sew Many Blessings Retreat Pullman Plaza Hotel, Huntington

October 2nd thru 5th – Mystery Harvest Shop Hop

 

 

Don Reynolds from Reynolds Scissor Sharpening will be here

Tuesday May 7th from 10:00-1:00.

If you cannot come on the 7th, you may drop your scissors/knives

off at the store anytime before then.

 

 

 

Baby Lock Tiara Long Arm Quilting Machine

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Finish Every Quilt With Royalty

The Tiara Long Arm Quilting Machine

The new “Tiara” is now on display in our showroom. WOW!

Stop by and take it for a “Test Sew” with one of our experts.

 

baby lock tiara long arm quilting machine

Description:

As the first home sewing company to bring you longarm quilting, Baby Lock is proud to introduce the Tiara.

Take your first step into the Baby Lock royal longarm family with this 16″ sit-down machine. This smooth operating, user-friendly machine comes with its own table so you’ll be ready to quilt right away. Plus, its compact design uses little sewing room space! Quilt at a speed comfortable to you, up to 1,500 stitches per minute, and watch as bright, natural colored LED lights illuminate your workspace. Finish your quilts with Baby Lock royalty – the Baby Lock Tiara. For the love of sewing.
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This is a beautifully functional long arm quilting machine.
tiara 16" work space

 

 

 

16″ Workspace

With 16 inches to the right of the needle and 8.25 inches high, the Tiara gives ample room to finish quilts of all sizes.

baby lock tiara lighted work space

 

 

 

Lighted Workspace

Long-lasting, high-intensity LED lights illuminate your workspace so you can see every detail on your quilt.

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LCD Touch Screen

Access your hardware and software options, lighting options, stitch counters and more through the large LCD touch screen. When using the optional TruStitch™ Stitch Regulator, a quick touch is all it takes to adjust from stitch regulator and manual modes.

 

 

baby lock smooth adjustable table included

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smooth, Adjustable Table Included

The Tiara comes with its own smooth quilting table so you have everything you need to start quilting. Set your preferred height to ensure a comfortable quilting position.

 

 

baby lock large class "M" bobbin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large “M” Class Bobbin

Enjoy less bobbin changes with the largest bobbins available in quilting (up to 40% larger than a standard bobbin). Plus, with variable speeds on the electric bobbin winder, you can easily wind thread of different types and weights.

 

 

baby lock tiars true stitch regulator option

 

 

 

 

 

 

TruStitch™ Stitch Regulator (Optional)

Enjoy free-motion quilting at a comfortable pace with the TruStitch™ Stitch Regulator. The automated regulator helps you achieve evenly spaced, consistent stitches every time. Plus, while in use, you still have full view of your quilt—TruStitch™ remains out of the way. This easy-to-use stitch regulator is helpful for quilters of all skill levels.

 

baby loch tiara table overlay optional

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tiara Table Overlay (Optional)

Use the Table Overlay to prevent fabric from sticking during free-motion quilting. Pair the Table Overlay with the TruStitch Stitch Regulator to glide your fabric through consistent, even stitching.

 

baby lock tiara horizontal spool pin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horizontal Spool Pin

Use the Horizontal Spool Pin to reduce the risk of twists and tangles when using delicate, decorative threads. The Horizontal Spool Pin is ideal for specialty threads wound on a spool (not a cone).

 

baby lock tiara 3 metal m class bobbins

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Pack Metal Bobbin

Enjoy less bobbin changes when you use large “M” class bobbins. With this pack of three, you can have multiple thread colors ready to go!

 

 

 

 

Stop By For A Visit…. You Will Have “Sew” Much Fun!

West Virginia Mountain Quilt Quest Shop Hop 2013

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“Celebrate”

A West Virginiasewmanyblessings3
Quilt Shop Hop Adventure
June 5, 6, 7,8 2013
Wednesday thru Saturday
9 am – 8 pm Wednesday – Friday
9 am – 4 pm Saturday

This year’s theme is “Celebrate”. We are celebrating
the 10th Anniversary of the Mountain Quilt Quest Shop
Hop, West Virginia’s Sesquicentennial – 150 years of
statehood and various quilt activities statewide.

This 4-day event is filled with fabric, fun and prizes.
Each of the 11 quilt shops will have a different pattern
and fabric kit. Our patterns are designed by a local
Huntington, WV artist, Eileen Farren, and share the
theme of celebrating West Virginia and quilting. When
you have collected all 11 kits you will be able to create a
wonderful quilt as a memory of your journey.

Come and join us in wild, wonderful West Virginia. With
2013 being our 150th birthday there are many activities
around the state. We invite you to visit www.wvtourism.com
and find Civil War sites, train rides, whitewater
rafting and just beautiful scenery.

Be sure to visit the WV Quilters Show in
Summersville, June 20-22, 2013
Visit www.wvquilters.org for more info.
Mark your calendar for June 5, 6, 7 and 8, 2013. We
hope you’ll come meander through “Wild, Wonderful,
West Virginia”. Please call each shop or visit the shop
hop web site for more detailed directions. www.mountainquiltquest.com

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1)
A Quilt Nook, LLC
2116 Ripley Road (SR62S)
Ripley, WV 25271
304-786-8768
Owner: Ruth Hollandsworth
aquiltnook@aol.com

I-77 to exit 138. Follow Route 62 S travelling away from Ripley. Shop
is 1.5 miles on 62S, right hand side, between Farm Credit and Church.
Look for quilt block on side of building.
Hours: Tues. 10-5, Wed. 10-9, Thurs.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-2
Full service quilt shop. Janome dealer & repair shop. Parking for RV’s & Busses.

 

2)
Classic Quilt Shop
1704 West Pike Street
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-326-6969
Janet Baer, owner
www.classicquiltswv.com

Directions: Take exit 119 on I-79. Go west on Rt. 50. In Clarksburg,
take the West Pike St. exit. Go south on Rt. 19. Turn left into the Shop
N Save plaza.
Hours: Mon.-Tues. 9-9, Wed-Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-3. Closed Sunday.
Books, patterns, notions, threads, Machine embroidery and hand
embroidery supplies. We have a large assortment of Civil War fabrics
and 30’s reproductions. We carry Moda, Benartex, P&B, Maywood,
Timeless Treasures and Marcus fabrics (just to name a few)

 

3)
Elkins Sewing Center
300 Davis Ave.
Elkins, WV 26241
304-636-9480
Sue Pifer, owner
www.elkinssewingcenter.com
sueesc@aol.com

Directions: I-79 to exit 99. Go East 40 miles on Route 33 to Crystal
Springs Exit to Elkins (old Rt. 33). At third light go right on Davis Ave.
Three blocks on the left.
Hours: Mon-Sat 9-5 Fri. evening til 7
Husqvarna – Viking retailer serving quilters since 1982 with complete
quilting and sewing supplies and classes.

 

4)
Parkersburg Sewing & Quilting Center
1809 Dupont Road, Suite 3
Parkersburg, WV 26101
304-428-4933
Owner: Sheryl Carpenter
www.sewwithsherylwv.com

Directions: I-77, Exit Rt. 50 West. Take Division St. exit.
Follow Rt. 14 South to Rt. 95 West. Go to the second light, turn right
into K-Mart / Kroger shopping plaza. We are in the blue building on the
left beside the K-Mart Garden Center.
Hours: Mon.- Fri. 10-5, Sat, 10-2
Full service quilt shop. We are a full line Babylock dealer, HQ dealer,
Singer repairs and parts.

 

5)
Quilts by Phyllis, Inc.
2943 Putnam Ave.
Hurricane, WV 25526
304-562-7404
Phyllis Handley, owner
www.quiltsbyphyllis.com
quiltsbyphyllis@aol.com

Directions: I-64, Exit 34 to Hurricane, South on Route 34 to left at China
Wok. Shop in Plaza.
Hours: Tues-Fri 9-5, Sat. 9-4
APQS longarm machine dealer. Full service quilt shop with over 4,000
bolts of fabric, classes, quilting supplies, and machine quilting services
offered.

6)
Quilts and More
632 Milroy Grose Road
Lansing, WV 25862
304-658-3606
Debra Davis, owner
wvquilter1@aol.com

Directions: 2 miles north of New River Gorge bridge on Rt. 19. Near
Fayetteville and just six miles from old location, 3 miles south of Rt. 60.
Hours: Mon, Wed-Fri 10-5, Tues, Sat. 10-4
Top quality fabric and supplies, custom pre-cut kits, quilt classes, custom
quilts, antique and collectible consignment shop.

 

7)
Quilt Shoppe LLC
521 Main Street
Summersville, WV 26651
304-872-0959
Vicki Fleer, owner
wvquiltshoppe2@frontier.com

Directions: Traveling on Route 19, exit onto route 39 West in
Summersville and travel into town (right at Y in front of Go-Mart).
We are on the corner straight thru our only stoplight. Parking on street
along side of building.
Hours: Tues-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-3
Full service quilt shop.

 

8)
Sew Many Blessings
1925 Adams Ave
Huntington, WV 25704
304-429-0050 toll free 866-317-5100
Owners: Winona Bays & Heidi Smithers
www.sewmanyblessingsquiltshop.com
sewmanyblessings@frontier.com

From WV – I-64 – take exit 6 – West Huntington. Then take Madison
Ave. ext. At bottom of ramp turn left onto Madison Ave. Then turn right at
light (19th St.) Turn left at next light (Adams Ave.) and we are on the left in
white building before Dairy Queen.
Hours: Mon. Wed. 10-5, Tues. Thurs. 10-8, Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-3
Full service quilt shop. We carry the latest in Moda, P&B, Clothworks,
Blank, etc. We have over 1,500 bolts and a large selection of patterns &
notions. Full Line Babylock & Floriani dealer.

 

9)
Sneeds Vacuum & Sewing Center
2614 7th Avenue
Charleston, WV 25387-1835
304-744-3670
Regina Sneed, owner
www.sneedswv.com
Sneedsvac@suddenlinkmail.com

Directions: I-64, Exit 56 Montrose, exit north to MacCorkle Ave. E.,
turn right (E) on MacCorkle, cross Patrick St. Bridge, turn left at third
traffic light (7th Ave.) 7 blocks to 2614 on right.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30-5:30, Sat 9-1
Serving WV since 1956 and the largest Bernina sewing machine dealer
in WV, offering classes.

 

10)
The Sew Inn, Ltd.
120 High Street
Morgantown, WV 26505
304-296-6802
Ginny Showers, owner
www.thesewinn.com
thesewinn@wirefire.com

Directions: I-79 Exit 148 to I-68 Exit to Route 119N, 3.8 miles, right on
Pleasant St. right on High St.
Hours: Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 10-5
Husqvarna – Viking dealer, quilting supplies, classes and over 3,500 bolts
of fabric. Long arm service available. Serving the area since 1973.

 

11)
The Stitching House and Sew Much More, LLC
29 South Kanawha St.
Buckhannon, WV 26201
304-472-8188
Owners: Linda Childers & Beth Pickens
www.theStitchingHouse.com
info@thestitchinghouse.com

Directions: I-79, Exit 99. Rt. 33 East (12 miles) to the Rt. 119/20,
Buckhannon/Philippi exit in Buckhannon. Turn right (left if coming
from Elkins) at the end of the ramp. At the second light, turn left on to
Main Street. Then turn right at the next light on to Kanawha Street. One
block to red brick home on right. Free parking behind shop.
Hours: Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat. 10-3
Full service quilt shop featuring a Gammill showroom, longarm quilting
services available.

 

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the West
Virginia Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission are partnering to
have a special Sesquicentennial quilt on display in 2013 and to add
quilting activities to the annual West Virginia Juried Quilt Exhibition,
which will be on display in the Great Hall of the Cultural Center from
Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Our state motto: “Mountaineers are always Free” 1863-2013