Crafty Creations offers a unique combination of quilts, fabrics, kits and notions in a rural setting.
Sharleen Chevraux opened Crafty Creations Quilt Gallery in 2010. She sells patterns, quilt kits, fabrics, the full line of DMC embroidery threads and all sorts of notions and crafty things. The store even contains a Longarm computer quilter that is available on-premises with a skilled and knowledgeable operator. Sharleen got her passion for quilting from her mother who also happened to be a quilter right up to the age of 97 where her failing eyesight forced her to retire. Sharleen now shares her passion with her granddaughter and also spreads her knowledge through quilting lessons at her store. The lessons she provides on a drop-in basis - whether you're looking for advice on a particular project or even just want to help work on one of the numerous charity projects that Sharleen has going on at the store, Crafty Creations is the place to be! In addition to lessons, Crafty Creations also sews fidget quilts for Alzheimer patients and contains a volunteer group that makes and donates quilts to "Bags of Love."