• Quilt Shop Hop!

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    October 9-12, 2014

    Education Based Shop Hop

    Turn in your passports for a chance to win a gift from each shop, plus there will be 40 chances to win a $20 Gift Certificate from one of the eight participating shops.Click here to view the shops.
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  • Offered Every Day!

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    We offer classes every week of the year! Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned quilter, you’re sure to find something of interest! We ask that all classes be paid for when you sign up for class. If class is canceled by Homestead Quilts You will be reimbursed in the manor in which you paid. We ask you give a 72 hour
cancellation notice to receive a store credit. Supply list available when you sign up for class. THERE MUST BE 3 STUDENTS SIGNED UP OR THE TEACHER HAS THE DESCRETION TO RESCHEDULE CLASS Please purchase class supplies before beginning of classes to receive 10% off class supplies.
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  • HUGE Fabric Selection

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    Come in to the shop or click here to view our wide selection of fabrics. Besides the middle layer of fluffy batting, quilting fabric is needed for the top and bottom layers. Ready-made purchased bed sheets are often used for the bottom quilt layer, especially if the finished piece will be a bedspread. Cotton is the most classic and common material used for piecing together quilt tops because it’s considered the best for even beginning quilters to work with; it’s also a soft, comfortable and affordable textile. Good quality, 100% cotton should be used for quilting fabric to avoid the material being too thin or rough. Calico and gingham are two classic cotton fabrics used for quilting. Calico textiles have an allover print of tiny flowers. The color schemes may be earth tones, dark colors or brighter shades. Like calico, gingham also features an allover print, but it’s of little squares. Although gingham is sold in many different colors, pastel shades of blue, pink, yellow, green, tan and orange are especially popular in quilting. Quality cotton is used extensively in quilting, as it’s tightly woven rather than containing a loose weave that isn’t durable for quilts.
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We offer classes every week of the year! Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned quilter, you’re sure to find something of interest!

We ask that all classes be paid for when you sign up for class. If class is canceled by Homestead Quilts You will be reimbursed in the manor in which you paid. We ask you give a 72 hour
cancellation notice to receive a store credit. Supply list available when you sign up for class.

THERE MUST BE 3 STUDENTS SIGNED UP OR THE TEACHER HAS THE DISCRETION TO RESCHEDULE CLASS

Please purchase class supplies before beginning of classes to receive 10% off class supplies.

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Come in to the shop or click here to view our wide selection of fabrics.

Besides the middle layer of fluffy batting, quilting fabric is needed for the top and bottom layers. Ready-made purchased bed sheets are often used for the bottom quilt layer, especially if the finished piece will be a bedspread. Cotton is the most classic and common material used for piecing together quilt tops because it’s considered the best for even beginning quilters to work with; it’s also a soft, comfortable and affordable textile.

Good quality, 100% cotton should be used for quilting fabric to avoid the material being too thin or rough. Calico and gingham are two classic cotton fabrics used for quilting. Calico textiles have an allover print of tiny flowers. The color schemes may be earth tones, dark colors or brighter shades.

Like calico, gingham also features an allover print, but it’s of little squares. Although gingham is sold in many different colors, pastel shades of blue, pink, yellow, green, tan and orange are especially popular in quilting. Quality cotton is used extensively in quilting, as it’s tightly woven rather than containing a loose weave that isn’t durable for quilts.

Other tightly woven fabrics suitable for making quilts include denim, corduroy, velvet, silk and wool. Even leather can be used in quilting, although extra sharp needles are needed and it’s not the easiest material to stitch. Wool is known for its warmth even when it gets wet, so it’s a good choice for making quilts used for camping.

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We have an art gallery in a portion of our store with a wide variety of media available.

The supply changes all the time so you may find anything from hand crafted lamps to paintings from local artisans!

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