ILLINOIS

Illinois Facebook Feed

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Facebook Posts

6 days ago

Illinois Row by Row Experience

16 Rows!!Congratulations to Charla Vaught of Inola, OK, the 2019 Row by Row Experience winner from A Bolt Load of Fabric in Wagoner! What a fantastic quilt! We are so excited for you, Charla!

Charla's rows are from:
Cotton Cottage, Claremore
Oklahoma Quiltworks, OKC
A Bolt Load of Fabric, Wagoner
Thread Lightly Studio, Okmulgee
Beth's Quilting Quarters, Blanchard
Threads of Tradition, Yukon
Quilter's Depot, Ringwood
Key's Grocery and Quilts, Ardmore
Prairie Quilt, Hennessey
Quilt Nuts, Sand Springs
Sooner Quilts, Guthrie
Aunt Mary's Sewing Room, Coweta
Stitches Sewing & Service, Tulsa
Bernina Sewing Center, Temple Terrace, FL
Cozy Quilts and Things, Mulberry, AR
Lulu and Hazel, Durant
... See MoreSee Less

16 Rows!!

Comment on Facebook

Best one I have ever seen!

That’s a beauty!

Comment on Facebook

Awesome!

they both looked grey to me without my finger.

Cool!

Wow

It certainly does...Thanks

Weird

View more comments

2 weeks ago

Illinois Row by Row Experience

... See MoreSee Less

We finally got a winner! At Pieceful Gathering!! Her name is Jenniffer E. from Milledgeville, IL.

Shops Visited:
1. Pieceful Gathering Quilt Shop
2. Twisted Stitch
3. Quilters General Store
4. Lucky Quilt Co.
5. Needles Quilting & Yarns
6. Quilt Supplies for You
7. Nancyโ€™s Notions
8. Quilters Haven
... See MoreSee Less

We finally got a winner! At Pieceful Gathering!!  Her name is Jenniffer E. from Milledgeville, IL. 
 
Shops Visited:
1.      Pieceful Gathering Quilt Shop
2.      Twisted Stitch
3.      Quilters General Store
4.      Lucky Quilt Co.
5.      Needles Quilting & Yarns
6.      Quilt Supplies for You
7.      Nancyโ€™s Notions
8.      Quilters Haven

Comment on Facebook

Beautiful. Love the flowers in the corners.

Love your flowers, beautiful quilt

Love the ones that have a consistent background.

Beautiful quilt!โฃ

Absolutely Gorgeous!

Beautiful!

This is stunning.

Love love ๐Ÿ˜ this

One of the prettiest that I have seen.

Awesomeโ€ผ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Well done.

WOW !!

View more comments

What's on your never do list? ... See MoreSee Less

Whats on your never do list?

Comment on Facebook

I love Maxine.

How many people can say they taught themselves how to quilt? ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

I taught myself after I got married many years ago. I already knew how to sew clothes, so I figured quilting couldn't be any worse. A few years ago, I taught my mom. And now I'm teaching my sister. I think my daughter learned just by watching me.

I’m self taught. Started out with quilt magazines, now there are so many helpful videos, etc.

Me in 2016 i was forced to retire for medical reasons after 13 years of teaching. I realized i needed something to fill my days and i always wanted ro quilt i watched me dear sweet mil do it and she made it seem so easy. I really enjoy it now its more of an escape now.

Me. I started on my own, but learned so much from others along the way.

๐Ÿ’๐Ÿป‍โ™€๏ธ me. There were no classes in the summer. Got books from the library, YouTube videos. I’m still teaching myself skills

๐Ÿ–Me and Missouri Star Quilt Co tutorials!

Me. My sister and bff both quilt, which is why I started. If you can't beat em, join em. They both live far away but I kept the phone lines hot with questions.

Me, and a little help from my friends

Taught myself!

In the beginning...I've taken classes since.

I can. Not sure I do it very well - I still make mistakes ... a lot of them but they have kept me warm and have deterred the elements and mostly have given me something to do to keep me out of prison so far. ๐Ÿ˜†

I did!

Started out on my own.

I can!!

Mostly, with You Tube help

๐Ÿ–

I can

๐Ÿ™‹‍โ™€๏ธ

๐Ÿ–

๐Ÿ™‹‍โ™€๏ธ

I did

I did

Me!

View more comments

If someone paid me 1 Million dollars to give away all my fabric, and sewing supplies I would.....
a. take the money
b. Not take the money
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

I would take the money and buy new stuff Along with a large room to sew in and still have room to live in the new house I would buy but keep the old house for more storage.

Take the money and give all my sewing supplies to my husband. ๐Ÿ˜‰ then buy me a long arm and him a massage chair. I win.

Take the money and go buy a quilting store and sew all day everyday!!

Definitely take the money and start over - in a new house with room for all the new stuff. Can't remember half of what I've got in there now, cuz it's all in boxes in the closets or garage. My room is too small to fit it all!

Heck yes. Would love to get a new machine and updated fabric

First impulse, take the money & buy a house where I'd have room to store things... but wait, I have some vintage things & tools my dad made that I don't want to get rid of.

Easy...NOT take the money. My fabric, scissors, floss, Grandma's buttons are all a part of me. They're not going anywhere.

absolutely take it. That would build a fabulous studio.

Take the money and buy new fabric. I would pay off my children's bills.

Heck yes! Take the money, build a studio, and replace with all new! WIN! WIN! WIN! All the way around! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ

Of course I would take the money and head to the store!

Take the money and go buy new fabrics, machine, etc.๐Ÿ˜

Take the cash! Buy bigger house with a large she shed and start all over ๐Ÿ˜

A. take the money!

A. Then I would keep buy all my fabric as needed with my million dollars

A Buy me a bigger house and Lots more Fabric and a Long arm

A take the money and go diving around the world I can always buy more later ๐Ÿ˜‰

at this time looking for a house to buy take the money

Take the money, I can always buy new.

Not in my lifetime. What would I do with my hands?

Now that's a hard decision! LOL!

Take the money and buy a bigger Condo.

Take the money get a new machine and start over collecting fabric

I’d take the money and start all over again.

Absolutely take it. Then buy replacements. LOL

View more comments

4 weeks ago

Illinois Row by Row Experience

READER TIP OF THE WEEK

Find more tips here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/tips
... See MoreSee Less

Load more

Use the Shop Finder Tool to see a list of stores in any area and find where you want to go!

Shop Finder Instructions

  • Choose a country.
  • Choose a state or province.
  • In the city window, choose All to see all stores in the state, or choose a specific city.
  • If you want a paper copy, click on "Printable PDF" to download and print.
  • Thank you for your patience while your customized PDF downloads!
  • Start your Rowing!

Click here to load this Caspio Online Database.

Click here to load this Caspio Online Database.

IT'S HERE!

Thank you for your patience!

HOW TO:
Use the Google Map

  1. Zoom into the area you are interested in by using the + and - buttons in bottom left of map
  2. Click and drag to resposition map
  3. Click on colored map dot to highlight shop info
    1. Visit shop website
    2. See who is participating in RxR Junior or The 9th Row
  4. Click on direction sign for directions to the store (don't forget to call and make sure they are open first!)
-->