Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Smokey River Quilt Kit is Burning Down the House!

Lot’s of buzz about this beautiful quilt. It’s in stock but selling fast. Check it out on our website. Page 78 in the Summer Preview 2011 catalog. Marbled prints add sparkle and interest. Traditional roots and modern appeal combine in this 76″ x 97″ pieced quilt. Kit has Chris Hoover’s directions, and fabrics for the…

Employee Spotlight – Karrie

Karrie is a Data Processor here at Keepsake Quilting; she processes your orders and makes sure that you receive your Block of the Month and Medley of the Month orders. She’s been with us for 5 years, and her favorite part of the job is that she’s “never doing the same thing” each day. She’s…

Garden Helpers Collection

Think Spring!

Fed up with February already? Check out the Garden Helpers Collection; it’s on sale…. Other topics you may enjoy:No Related Posts

Penne Portabello

Each month we feature a recipe from the out-of-print Keepsake Quilting™ Cookbook published as a charitable fund-raiser in 2001. You may view this recipe as well as the Hungry Quilter Archive of goodies here Other topics you may enjoy:No Related Posts

Christmas fabric at Keepsake Quilting

More reasons to visit us!

Libby and Heather do a wonderful job styling the shop and keeping it looking fresh and exciting every day. Here are some shots of our Christmas section, our 1930s themed foyer, and two shots of our Outlet – make sure you check it out when you visit us! Other topics you may enjoy:No Related Posts

Welcome to the Keepsake Quilting Blog.

We decided that our first post should be about what’s new in our wonderful shop in Center Harbor, New Hampshire. Everyone at the shop is very excited about our 1930s fabric collections and our extensive selection of Bali fabrics. Shannon and I love the owl fabric and the fun things you can only find at…