Hoffman California International Fabrics


Hoffman Fabrics was founded by Rube Hoffman in 1924 after relocating from New York to California. He played an important role in the growth of California’s textile industry. His sons joined the company in the 1950s. Today, three generations of Hoffmans are actively involved in running the organization. This year, Hoffman Fabrics celebrates its 88th anniversary and continues in its leadership position as the finest producer of screenprints and Bali Batiks.

Hearts and Hands Quilts

Nina Keck

Green Valley, AZ

Hearts and Hands, located in Green Valley, Arizona, is open Monday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. for all your quilting needs. In addition to fabric, quilting notions, threads and patterns, we are an authorized Bernina Dealer. We also carry a wide array of beads, decorative buttons and embellishments, embroidery threads (Isacord and Madeira) and machine embroidery designs in multi-format. We offer quilting services and sewing machine repair service that can take care of all makes and models.

The Quilter’s Market

Tucson, AZ

The Quilter’s Market is a full-service quilt shop on Tucson’s east side offering 2400 bolts of colorful, exciting fabrics, patterns, notions and books for quilters of all skill levels. We also specialize in fun kits, many easy enough for a beginner to make.

In business since January 2004, we offer the newest lines from all the major fabric companies and hottest designers like Kaffe Fassett, Amy Butler, Valerie Wells and Loralie and have a huge selection of gorgeous hand-dyes and batiks.

Kelly Ann’s Quilting

Warrenton, VA

Quilting is more than an art, more than a craft. Quilting is part of a creative lifestyle. At Kelly Ann’s we strive to be more than a quilting supply shop; we want to be your ideas-store and a friendly refuge from the daily grind.

Here you’ll find inspiration, design ideas and layout help, and suggestions on color selection and overall balance. We offer the tools and techniques to make your quilting and sewing a success.

Artistic Artifacts

Judy Gula

Alexandria, VA

Judy Gula has been working in fiber since elementary school. Since middle school, she has been a weaver, spinner, dyer and collector. Later, she studied fashion design at Radford University, earning degrees in fashion design and business marketing. Judy now enjoys merging all that she has learned from her many interests and channeling that into making art quilts and samples for her shop Artistic Artifacts. “It is our wish that our finds will encourage you to be creative…We are sharing our stash with you, and I love to share.”

Artistic Artifacts

The Quilt Corner

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

3 Dudes Quilting

Phoeniz, Arizona

Jeff and Frank took basic  quilting classes from Margaret Baker at the Quilter’s Bee and got hooked on  quilting.  From the first class there was talk of opening a Quilt  Shop.  Jeff and Frank taught the third dude, Ray how to quilt and the three  were on the way to becoming serious, dedicated quilters, and the proud owners of  3 Dudes Quilting.