Chestnut Bay Quilting

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A quilt shop specializing in batiks and civil war fabrics, Chestnut Bay Quilting offers a wide variety of classes, fabrics, patterns, notions, kits and handmade gifts.  We also offer longarm quilting services by appointment.

Please check our CALENDAR page for current and upcoming class offerings, as well as our NEWS page for special events and more.  For the latest and greatest news, lots of photos of projects, and more – please follow us on Facebook.

Effective Saturday, April 1st, 2017 – if you pay with cash or check,you’ll receive an entry form for a gift certificate drawing one of which will be awarded once a month, EVERY month.

Welcome Row by Row Showcase Shoppers!!

We have rows and license plates here.

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If you are not following us on Facebook -this is just a tease of what is happening over there.  It’s quick and easy for us to post photos there – so be sure to check on what’s new, because that’s where you will see it first.

You asked for it, you GOT it! Quilting 101 and Quilting 102 with Penny Marble are on the calendar!!
101 is Sunday, February 18th from 12 to 4pm,
102 is Sunday, March 25th from 12 to 4pm.
$30.00 for each OR $55.00 for BOTH! Save some dough and learn everything from soup to nuts in both classes!!
Call 585-538-4420 to register TODAY!
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First of 5 rows for the 2018 Thangles Buck A Block, Shattered! You'll have a choice of three colorways, bright batiks (like this one) with a dark grey Kona solid background, muted batiks with a light batik background OR American Made Solids with a white background.
The starter pack is $48.99 and it includes all the Thangles needed for a 57x80 quilt top, 2 yards of border fabric and the strips for the first row.
For the next four months, you come back to CBQ once a month to pick up subsequent rows for $10 each.
If you pay up front, you will save $5.00 off the total cost for a total of $83.99 or $88.99 for pay-as-you-go.
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Sarah Santora from Livingston County News stopped in today to talk with me about the shop. There may be an article in this week's paper, pay no attention to the photo of the person behind the bear quilt, I take horrible pictures ... See MoreSee Less

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