Located in Springville, Utah, at the edge of the Wasatch Mountains, Corn Wagon Quilt Co. was established in 1999. Owners, Jud and Marsha Harward designed and built the three-story shop to inspire quilters from start to finish.
We occupy 4,000 sq. ft. dedicated to sharing with you the latest in quilting ideas and products. Our goal is to provide you with expert, friendly advice whether it be in fabric selection, piecing, quilting or handwork. We are always happy to support and encourage you in your creativity.
Newly established in 2019, Corn Wagon Too, located directly behind the quilt shop, houses the Quilter's Mercantile and School House with retreat rooms!
Shop Update 06-11-2021
The Second Saturday in June is always a special day here in Springville, Utah. It's the final day of Art City Days complete with a Grand Parade! Because the parade route passes in front of the Corn Wagon Quilt Co. along 400 South,we will not open our doors until Noon tomorrow, Saturday, June 12th. We love our beautiful hometown and look forward to celebrating with so many friends and family.
This does affect our Saturday Sampler for June. Kits for the month of June will be available for pickup at the main quilt shop beginning tomorrow at Noon.Please make note of this location and time change as there is a private event scheduled in our classroom for the day. You may have received an automatic reminder email with the usual 10am opening time. Please, kindly disregard that message. We apologize for the confusion. Like past months, you will have a one week window to bring in your finished assignment from May to receive June's kit free, so if you'd rather avoid the celebration traffic all together, we look forward to welcoming you next week. We have an extra special coupon item this month for our Saturday Sampler participants ready to meet you at the main shop! We're nearing the end of this project and can't wait to see how it all comes together. Registration for our next Saturday Sampler will begin in August. Watch for more details in a future newsletter. Read More