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Who Taught You How to Quilt? -- Please note temporary closure tomorrow 11:00 - 2:30.

Where did it all start for you? Who taught you how to quilt? I grew up playing under the quilt as it sat stretched over the frame in my Grandma Jean's living room with my mother and an aunt on each side. I watched their hands needle the fabric with even stitches, hour after hour. I heard their stories, their laughter, their worries. It was a place for the women of our family to come together and prepare for joyful beginnings like weddings and new babies. I took my first quilting stitches at a very young age, under the tutelage of my grandmother who patiently left my stitches there, imperfect though they were, because my contribution was just as important as the more seasoned quilters. I recognized the labor of love and worked hard to even my stitch to match those of the women I so admired.

Fast forward a few decades and here I am, on the left, with Grandma Jean and my mother, Susan, quilting a wholecloth baby quilt for an expecting cousin of mine. By now, I've received family-made quilts for my own wedding and the birth of each child and made my share for others. I've learned to piece meticulous patterns and appreciate the beauty of each scrap of fabric, all thanks to the influence of my mother. It's a joy I wouldn't understand without the warm welcome I received from these women. You better believe I plan to pass this family tradition on to the next generations. So, tell me... Who taught you how to quilt? Have you thanked them lately? And who will you lovingly share the art of quilt-making with next?

Let the Countdown Begin!!!
The 2024 Utah Shop Hop is less than 30 days away! The quilty fun comes a bit earlier this year and will extend over 2 weekends. This year's theme is Bucket List! Check a few "must-dos" off your list when you visit 11 quilt shops along the Wasatch. Have you ever wanted to be on a game show? Visit Corn Wagon during the Utah Shop Hop for fabric, fun and the chance to win fabulous prizes! Visit for more details.


 You'll find this fun new quilt on display, front and center at the shop. Designed by our own Ramona Sorensen, the Tippy Triangles quilt features playful, flying geese in bright garden colors. Pattern offers options for foundation paper piecing or templates. Our kit includes fabrics from In the Garden by Monaluna for Windham Fabrics as shown for piecing the 64" x 72" quilt top and binding. You'll find this kit as well as yardage from this beautiful collection in-store and online.  Pieced by Marianne Michaels and quilted by Ramona Sorensen.

Upcoming Sales & Events

Stuff-a-Bag Sale Tomorrow!

During the hours that we will be open (10 - 11 a.m. and 2:30 - 5:00 p.m.), bring in your reusable, cotton Corn Wagon Quilt Co. bag and receive 20% off any regular priced items you can "stuff" inside. Don't have a bag yet? Purchase one for $7 and reuse it every 5th Saturday for the Stuff-a-Bag Sale! Some exclusions may apply. Cannot be combined with other offers. We will not hold items or pre-cut yardage for this special offer.

Magic Word Monday
This Monday's Magic Word is "ABRACADABRA" Enter the magic word as a coupon code online 04/01/24 to receive 20% off SITE-WIDE!  Local customers can repeat the Magic Word at the register on Magic Word Monday and show that you follow us on social media to receive 20% off one regular price item of your choice!  Some exclusions may apply. Cannot be combined with other offers. We will not hold items or pre-cut yardage for this special offer.

Handwork Club
Every Tuesday, 10:00am - Noon
This delightful weekly club is for anyone who would like to work on a hand stitching project while learning new hand stitching skills. It's a great chance to finish our own projects and relax with a fun gathering of sewing friends. No fee to attend. Simply come and join us!

Wrong Price Wednesday!
Every Wednesday our pre-cut fat quarters are only $3.00! Regular Price $3.75.

Time Out at the Wagon (Open Sew)
Every Wednesday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
Put yourself in Time Out at the Wagon in our School House located directly behind the quilt shop! At times we all need time out from housework, phone calls, and everyday responsibilities. Bring your current sewing project to “Time Out at the Wagon” and do just that. Marsha is looking forward to being in Time Out and hopes lots of you will join her.

Thank you for supporting your local brick-and-mortar quilt shop!
We feel honored to be part of such a wonderful quilt-making community.

We hope you'll visit us again soon,
Jen and the Girls 
at Corn Wagon Quilt Co.

We would love to hear from you!

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