The Corn Wagon Team

In 2005 we expanded and now occupy 4,000 sq. ft. of building space to bring you the latest in quilting and hand dyed wool ideas and products. Our goal is to provide you with expert, friendly advice whether it be in fabric selection, piecing, quilting or any wool questions you may have. We are always happy to support and encourage you in your creativity.

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Last night as my husband and I drove home from our family Thanksgiving dinner, we found Main Street all lit up with trees glowing white, red and green and city hall dressed for the holidays. With very little traffic, we drove a bit slower and enjoyed the magic of this hometown Christmas tradition. Having grown up on this very street, it brought to my memory one Christmas Eve in particular, I must have been seven or so, when I realized I had yet to tell Santa what I wanted for Christmas. Every year prior I had visited Santa in the mall as we did our shopping and made sure he knew just what I wanted but for some reason, that year I hadn't had the chance. I remember the worry I felt when I realized this on Christmas Eve. I asked my dad if he thought Santa would still visit our house even though I had not been to see him. He could have simply reassured me that all would be well but that's not my dad. He had a solution in mind. He drove me a few blocks down Main Street to "Santa's House." It was a small gingerbread-style shack with a big window on the front, placed as part of the Christmas display at the old city library. Through the window, I could see Santa. It was quiet. No line to wait in. Just me and my dad walking through the snow, under lighted trees to knock on Santa's door on Christmas Eve. I can't remember what I asked Santa for that year. What I remember is the relief I felt knowing I had visited Santa in time, right there on Main Street, with my dad who understood just what I needed. This great quilt celebrates the memories of a hometown Christmas. Sweetwater asked quilters where they call home for the holidays. Town names submitted can be found on the fabric in their Hometown Christmas Edition line. Shannon White used this collection to piece this "Snappy" quilt by Swirly Girls Design. Will you find your hometown on the fabric? We have kits, patterns and yardage available at the shop!more info

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Flower Garden Crazy Tablemat

Flower Garden Crazy Tablemat. 19.5″ x 27.5″. designed by Lisa Bongean & Joanne Blank.

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Winter Crazy Table Mat

22″ x 15 1/2″   by Primitive Gatherings.

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Garden Blooms Table Mat

22″ round.  designed by Lisa Bongean.

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