Jessica here, with another talented artist to be featured during NCLAC’s 15th Annual Holiday Arts Tour. The title this year is “Celebrate Tradition” and a visit to Hannah’s Quilts and Crafts is a way to do just that. Hannah Marie Lee is a professional quilter, who has a shop that’s truly full-to-the-brim with quilting fabric , supplies and notions. I myself am a maker of things, and wow, a trip to Hannah’s is awe-inspiring, as you see a world of visual possibilities. Whether you sew or not, the shop is a treat, with its 2000 of bolts of fabric, but also with Hannah’s remarkable quilts. She has a long arm quilting machine, which she uses to create her own quilts, but also to quilt for others. That’s right! If you are unable (or unwilling) to quilt like your grandma, Hannah can do it for you! A passed-down quilt is a special token that can be used and treasured for generations. Hannah works in both traditional and more contemporary quilting styles, with a wide range of patterns and color schemes. She also offers classes and kits, and is a kind, gracious hostess.
Hannah’s store is located off I-20 exit #93 and is 4.1 miles from Choudrant, on Highway 145. Hannah has been quilting for over 20 years. Hannah’s Quilts carries rulers, patterns, magazines, books, threads, fusion, batting, extra wide fabrics, and just about everything any quilter would need at very competitive pricing. Hannah welcomes groups or the casual browser Monday – Friday 8AM – 5PM and Saturdays 9AM-2PM.
For next week’s Tour, Hannah will open her studio on both Saturday and Sunday, November 17-18, from 11am-5pm. Be sure to make the drive out to her place, as it’s like no other.