Links to Pages of Interest to Quilters

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(no recommendations implied, just information)

Local Quilt and Fabric Shops
     Alleycat Quiltworks    Bellefonte - Longarm Quilting Services
     Frye's Sweeper & Sewing Center  State College - Sewing Machines & Classes
     Happy Valley Quilting  Spring Mills
     Hoover's Bernina   Mifflinburg
     Third Bay  Howard - Fabric
     Mary Lee's Quilt Shop  Allensville - Fabric
     Marty's Quilt Shop  (no website) 135 Nolan Dr, Lewistown, PA 17044  (717) 953-9947
     Scraps and Skeins  State College - Reuse shop with fabric, notions, etc
     Stitch Your Art Out  Pine Grove Mills - Fabric & yarn, open by appointment only

Local Longarmers  (No recommendations here, Just information)
     Kathryn Miller**see our membership book; (814) 280-1599; edge to edge
     Barbara Dann Alleycat Quiltworks 814 883-8708
     Maureen Stathes Facebook contact
     Connie Shaw in Duncansville does meandering and edge to edge Home 
     Jeanne Hall, Ridgway, PA Queenie's Quilting Home | Facebook Custom ruler work
     Ruth Smith, Kutztown,  Porch Swing Quilt Shop  (814) 360-1738 Custom hand guided quilting
     Tanya Dressler in Rockton- 814-591-2571. She works during day. Leave a message.    
     Wynona Cochran in Bloomsburg    570-594-1514. Can handle up to 120 inches @ 2cent/sq inch.       
     Judy Quilting in Muncy,    570-238-2458. Can handle 108 in.    Edge to edge @2cents
     OUR GENERATION QUILT SHOP    In Montoursville 570-980-9958, Machine is the biggest- 154 inches!    Also 2cents/sq in.

     Stamping Hexagons
     Hexagon Templates
     Hexie Quilt Patterns

Sites for Free Patterns
Many fabric companies have free patterns.  Here are just a few:
     Andover Fabrics
     Bonnie Hunter's Quiltville
     Fun Sewing Patterns  (Free Clothing patterns) Suggested by Taylor who sews with her Grandmother

Quilt History
    Rosie Lee Tompkins was an African American quilter who created quilts reminiscent of the Quilts of Gee’s Bend.  
    Bed Decorations: Quilting 101 Recommended to us by a Senior Girl Scout troop working on Textile Artist Badge. (Thank you Girl Scouts)
    Here’s an interesting article about the history of quilt making in America. 
    The Sewing Machines of Oradour-sur-Glane

Quilt Camps
     QBs In Town--Contact Connie Rutschky for details
     Columbus Day Camp in Milroy--Contact Lena Shaeffer for details

Trip Planner--Find quilt shops, shows, and guilds along your route.
     Quilt Shop Navigator

Quilt Guilds and other groups to join