Carriage House Quilts is located in Naples, New York, nestled in the picturesque Naples Valley located at the south end of Canandaigua Lake. Carriage House Quilts is an independent quilt shop specializing in the finest quality 100% cotton fabric. The shop is in a 140 year old carriage house. We also offer a wide selection of books and patterns to entice you and just the right fabrics to delight you!
Our fabrics include Moda, South Seas Imports, Hoffman, Timeless Treasures Clothworks, P & B Textiles, and many more delightful selections. Carriage House is fully stocked with all the notions and tools you’ll need to create your very own special quilts.We also have many books to enhance your quilting.
Our store is located within downtown Naples, NY. While you’re visiting our quilt shop for your quilting fabric, patterns and notions, visit our local wineries to sample world renowned Finger Lakes wines. Also there are many other shops and good restaurants. In the fall, try a grape pie! While you’re in the area, don’t miss the wonderful Finger Lakes Attractions. We feel our shop has something to offer everyone whether you’re a beginner or an expert or just want to buy a gift for your quilter friend!
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We do lots of photography projects. Please contact us for a good photography quote. We are the best at photography. Have a look at some of our work on our website.
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