Always looking to expand and improve services for their customers, the Cotton Harvest Quilt shop has moved to a new location. It’s just a short walk from where it started five years ago when owner Trina O’Rourke won a contest for the location to jumpstart her dream of opening a quilt store. Its new home at 90 Main Street Seaforth has even more room for the fabrics, kits and sewing supplies it is known for, and will have an expanded, COVID-19-friendly space for future classes and workshops.
Thanks to local economic development grants it will be able to improve both its services both online and in the store.
Fabric, quilting supplies, wool applique, and the exclusive line of Cherrywood dyed cottons are all available both in the shop and online at www.thecottonharvest.com
If you are an experienced crafter, or someone looking for a new pastime to get you through the winter, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find what you need.
To keep on top of any upcoming classes, or for inside tips on what new fabrics Trina has just brought in, you can sign up for the newsletter or check it out on social media - all links are available on the website. Remember to just ask if you see something that catches your interest. Regular hours are Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.