About

My infatuation with quilting began at a young age recreationally putting together squares. As I grew so did my dedication and involvement in the quilting community. Over the years I have had the opportunity to be part of many groups and learn from some wonderful teachers. When I met Maureen Forester my life and quilting goals were changed forever. It is thanks to her mentoring and support that I became a teacher and went on to teach at several fabric shops.

Throughout my career as a quilter I always dreamed of opening my own shop and sharing my passion and love of quilting with the rest of the community. In April 2011, my dream has come true with me opening my own store – Nina’s Quilt Barn. The vision behind the store was to incorporate my love of country decor including roosters, warm colors, and just an overall feeling of welcomeness and to provide quilters with a home away from home offering all varieties of fabric, machines, supplies, notions, and patterns that reflect all types and tastes. We also will be holding many classes perfect for all different skill levels.

I am very much excited about all of this and I very much am looking forward to sharing this excitement with you!


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  1. Nina’s Quilt Barn came just in time for a group of us that had no one to teach us wonder techniques proper way of using quilting tools, beautiful quality fabric and a fun and friendly environment.
    So THANK YOU NINA, NANCY AND THE REST OF THE STAFF FOR OUR NEW HOME AND ALL YOUR PATIENCES.
    Good Luck Nina and on to many more years at Nina’s Quilt Barn.
    Lydia Schiazzano
    AKA—Troubles :)

    • Dear Lydia,

      Thank you so much for your wonderful words about the store. We are glad that you are one of our customer and friend

      See you at the Barn
      Nina

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