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We are your premier quilt shop in the Four Corners area. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is here to help you with all your quilting and sewing  needs and wants. We have a wide selection of Southwestern fabric and patterns. We offer a wide array of classes every week. We’re an authorized BERNINA dealer and service all brands of sewing machines.

Upcoming Classes/Events


Third Thursday Demo
Add Pizazz To Your Fabric With Crayons and Pencils
Thursday, February 21, 2019
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Blocks Without Borders
Thursday, February 21, 2019
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Open Sewing: Every Monday and Wednesday

Join us at the shop every Monday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. for Open Sewing. Work on any project you’d like and enjoy the company of other sewists and quilters. Bring your sewing machine or use one of our BERNINA classroom machines. Open Sewing is FREE and you’ll have plenty of space to work and the use of our cutting tables and ironing boards.

You can also call us to check on availability – our classroom is available for your use anytime a class/event is not being held.


Third Thursday Demo: Thursday, February 21
Add Pizazz To Your Fabric With Crayons and Colored Markers

Join us on February 21 at 12:30 p.m. for our monthly Third Thursday Demo. This event lasts thirty minutes – feel free to bring your lunch if you are on your break. We always have door prizes at our Third Thursday Demo’s! Bring a friend!

Blocks Without Borders:Thursday, February 21

Blocks Without Borders (an Art & Landscape Society) meets on the Third Thursday of each month at 1 p.m.  Prepare to exchange ideas, along with giving and receiving inspiration.  Don’t forget to bring your Show-N-Tell! We will have a door prize! No RSVP necessary. This meeting usually lasts about an hour.


Hopefully we have all survived the cold, the snow, the mud…Phew! Its been a good time to quilt so Im hoping to see some more Bird projects come in this month! The deadline to get them finished is the April 18th meeting so that we know exactly what we will have to display. I can hardly wait to see what amazing birds show up! 

I wanted to give A HUGE thank you to Susan for her presentation last month on giving movement to landscape quilts. Her work is so beautiful! I took away some great tips to try to put to use on my next landscape attempt! 

At the November meeting several people expressed an interest in exploring quilted postcards and actual postcard quilts, so I thought if anyone has made quilted postcards or has any information about them we could start thinking about that as our next challenge. I will bring some pics off the internet and one that I have done to give you an idea about what they look like. The actual postcard quilts are made of of dozens of the 4 X 6 quilted postcards. I have seen some done in christmas cards that were really beautiful too. So…start thinking about that, and of course any other ideas that you would like us to explore.

A couple of years ago we did an activity called flower pounding. It involves literally pounding flowers into fabric to leave an imprint. I was asked to bring the directions for this again so I will bring them to this meeting and share a couple examples. Its a great way to embellish quilts or to make beautiful vintage looking wall hangings.If you did this activity last time and have samples to share, please bring them!  Its a GREAT stress reliever too!

Please bring any of your work to share, including your birds! If anyone has a skill, or idea that you would like to teach or demo for the group please let me know so we can set it up for a future meeting. See you Feb. 21 at 1pm!

Marie Wirth