Quilting Related Links


Quilt Shops


Monica's Quilt & Bead Creations

77780 Country Club Drive

Palm Desert, CA 92211

760-772-2400

 

www.monicasquiltandbead.com

 

Business Hours:

Monday - Saturday

9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Sunday

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Monica has a great selection of fabric and beads and anything that you can imagine to go with them. She also hosts classes for quilting and beading and a whole lot of fun.

 

Monica's Monday Quilters group meet there every Monday to do hand sewing. Anyone is welcome to come, it costs nothing and you can get lots done.

 

Don't forget to sign up for her newsletter while you are visiting her website.


The Quilters Faire

34500 Gateway Drive

Suite 110

Palm Desert, CA

760-328-8737

 

http://www.thequiltersfaire.com

 

Business Hours:

Tuesday - Saturday

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

Beautiful selection of fabrics and supplies. She hosts classes and you are guaranteed a great time shopping and learning at The Quilters Faire.

 

She also has a blog so check it out while you are there.


Free Quilt Patterns

It is not a complete listing of every site that has free patterns, just some that have come to my attention. If you know of a good quilt pattern site or one that offers free tutorials let me know and I will get them listed.

 

General Sewing Information


Digitized Quilt Index

 An Important Archive of New York Quilt History Is Being Digitized . “The vast majority of these quilts are not at the New York City museum, but are heirlooms in private collections, whether an attic in the Catskills or a quilt trunk in Brooklyn. AFAM received a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) in January of 2017 to digitize the New York Quilt Project and add its records to the Quilt Index, a joint project of the Alliance for American Quilts, Michigan State University, and the Michigan State University Museum. The Quilt Index has quilts from across the United States, from Hawaii to Kansas, allowing users to compare various quilts between distant collections. AFAM has so far put about 1,500 quilts on