Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Hey have you heard?

Look at that porch, does it not scream for beautiful quilts to be draped over it?
Located right across from Relics by the Railroad on Commerce Street in Tomball, Texas, was this little gem of a building.
Both retired teachers and quilters, Deb and Patricia are opening Quilters Crossing here in July. They are excited to bring you new fabrics, long arm quilting services and Nolting Long Arm machine sales, classes for all levels of quilters and more. With nearly 800 square feet of classroom space we'll host classes of up to 20 students.

We are currently giving everything a fresh coat of paint while we stock up our inventory for our grand opening. Long arm machine quilting is already happening at the shop so drop us a line if you are interested in hiring us for that.
Did you know you could use the Electric Quilt software EQ6 to design things other than quilts? You can! Our close friend Diane, from the Cabin Quilter blog put our shop in EQ6 so we can now design the shop furnishings and arrange things to best use the space. How cool is that?
Check back frequently for free project downloads and tutorials in addition to sales news, new products that are available in the store and more.
See you soon!


  1. Looks great, Mand....you're an official blogger!
    Good night!

  2. looks good,wish you all the best.Wish I was there to help.

  3. Congrats, girls! The buildings are adorable and I can't wait for the shop to open!!

  4. Yippee! A quilt shop near me in Spring! I'll be there! Judy A.

  5. Yeeeeeeeeeee Haaaaaaaawwwww!!! Way to go, y'all - I'm so excited for you!

  6. It looks fantastic! A lot of hard work going into making the shop look terrific! Congratulations to you all.

  7. Wonderful! I'll be eager to take a trip to see you and the new shop!