The quilting industry offers more than just its $3.6 billion dollar value to businesses and consumers. With more than 21 million participants in the United States and 10% of American households consisting of at least one active quilter, there is much room for this craft to be appreciated. The average quilting household spent an average of $298 in 2014, increasing more than 35% from the previous year. For those looking to enter the quilting industry, the following collection of business names for quilting are provided below to inspire the creation of your own newly found business.

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A Sewing Sensation

Along Came Quilting

Around the Block Quilt Shop

At Piece Quiltery

Behind the Seams

Bits n’ Pieces Quilt Shop

Changing Threads

Cotton Creations

Creative Klutter

Cross Patches

Feathering Quilt Shop

Flair with Fabrics

Four Pines Quilting

From the Heart Quilt Shop

Fun With Stitches

Gentler Times Stitching

Homespun Treasures Quilt


Honey Run Quilters

Just Sew

Keepsake Quilting

Little Fabric Garden

Material Girls

My Sewing Room

New Pieces

Northern Threads

One Stitch, Two Stitch

Pastime Pieces

Patchworks Quilt Shop

Piece to Piece Treasures

Quilt Depot

Quilt Zone

Quilted Gems

Quilter’s Delight Shoppe

Quilter’s Destination

Quilter’s Nine Patch

Quilters By The Square

Quilters Corner

Quilters Dream

Quilting Bee

Quilting From the Heart

Quilts ‘n Things

Seams Like Home

Sew Divine

Sew Etc.

Sew Inspired

Sewing Concepts

Sewing Essentials

Sewing Lane

Smiling Seal Sewing

Stitch Witch

Stitched in Stone

The Closet Quilter

The Constant Quilter

The Fabric Addict

The Fabric Garden

The Quilt Attic

The Quilt Block

The Quilt Box

The Quilt Rack

The Quilt Traveler

The Quilt Tree

The Quilted Cardinal

The Quilting Bee

The Quilting Quarters

The Round Bobbin

The Running Stitch

The Sew ‘n Place

The Sewing Basket

The Sewing Center

The Treadle

The Wooden Spool


Thread in Hand

Timeless Quilts

Uniquely Yours Quilt Shop

Village Treasures


Don’t forget to check out this inspirational segment of a mid-coast woman who turned her sewing hobby into a quilting business. By adding¬†her own spin to¬†present day quilting designs, this crafter found a way to sell her unique patterns to other quilters, turning her skills into a full-time paycheck.

Crystal Ayres, MBA
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