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Hattie’s Quilt Shop in Spokane Valley WA

Hattie's SignTucked into Evergreen Square at the intersection of Sprague Avenue and Evergreen Road in the middle of Spokane Valley WA, you’ll find Hattie’s Quilt Shop.

Hattie's StorefrontStep inside, and you’ll find a small but welcoming foyer, decked out with eye-catching quilts and complete with comfortable lounge chairs and light refreshments.

Hattie's EntrySome folks feel so welcome that they don’t venture further,

A Comfortable Spot for Quilters' Husbands to Wait at Hattie'sbut the real magic lies beyond.

New Fabrics and Projects on Display at Hattie's

Down a quilt-lined corridor, the shop opens up into a spacious room filled with colorful fabric and quilted treasures.

More Quilts and Fabric at Hattie's

Still More Quilts and Fabric at Hattie'sTucked in among the fabric are delightful surprises, like a cozy table where customers can sit to work on their projects,

A Cozy Corner at Hattie's

a bentwood coat rack full of quilted tote and purse projects,

The Purse Tree at Hattie'sand intriguing project ideas like this three-dimensional courthouse square wallhanging,

Courthouse Square in 3-D at Hattie'sor this open weave mat.

Intriguing Project Idea at Hattie's

The atmosphere at Hattie’s is laid-back, warm, and friendly. Comfortable stools line the front of the cutting counter and encourage visitors to sit and chat. So that’s what we did.

Sitting Down to Chat with Phil and Cathy at Hattie's

The Wonderful Wizards who conjured up this quilting magic are owners Phil and Cathy. Hattie’s is named for Cathy’s grandmother, an accomplished seamstress and inspiration to her granddaughter.

As their shop grew, Tami came on board. She started out taking a quilting class at Hattie’s, and rapidly became immersed in quilting. In addition to serving customers, Tami designs and produces quilt kits and creates shop displays.

Tami Shows Us One of Her Kits at Hattie's

It’s easy to see that Phil, Cathy, and Tami love fabric and quilting. More than that, they love meeting and helping people. Phil has an easy-going manner and the soul of a storyteller when he talks about the people who visit the shop.

Cathy glows with pride when she discusses the accomplishments of their customers, who quickly become their friends.

Customer Anna - smallWhile we were visiting, Anna came in for fabric to complete her current quilting project. With a smile, she told us that she liked coming to Hattie’s “because it’s close to home and because of all the neat things to look at”. She continued to talk about how friendly and helpful they are. “It’s just nice,” she said.

Those “neat things to look at” include exciting new arrivals such as Kaffe Fassett’s latest fabrics from Westminster/Rowan and eye-catching Australian aboriginal designs. While Hattie’s has a little bit of everything, they stock an extensive collection of colorful modern and contemporary styles.

If you’re looking for quilting fun, quilting friends, new quilting ideas, and quilting inspiration, Hattie’s Quilt Shop is well worth the trip. See you there!

Things to Know About Hattie’s Quilt Shop and Spokane Valley

Website: www.hattiesquiltshop.com

Facebook: Hattie’s Quilt Shop

Things to See and Do in Spokane Valley: Spokane Valley offers a host of outdoor adventures. From winter sports at Mount Spokane to a summer menu of hiking, biking,  and fishing along the Spokane River or in the Dishman Hills Natural Area, there’s always something exciting to do. The Washington State Quilters Guild hosts its annual quilt show in mid-October. And don’t miss Valleyfest, Spokane Valley’s huge community celebration each September.

Where to Eat Lunch: For delicious fresh-made sandwiches, soups, and salads, you can’t beat Casey’s Place Deli, right next door to Hattie’s Quilt Shop. Phil and Cathy also recommend Cottage Cafe (6902 E Appleway Blvd) for incredible breakfast and lunch fare.