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Katja's Quilt Shoppe
Where Your Quilts Come to Life

Address

1967 Trans Canada Hwy E 
Unit 101
Kamloops, BC  V2C 4A4

Phone

Local: (250) 851-0324
Toll Free: (866) 852-8527

Hours

Currently amended to:
Monday – Saturday 10:00-4:00

Closed Sundays, Stat Holidays, and Boxing Day

Masks are Mandatory

Mask must cover your mouth AND nose the entire time you are in the shop.

Please put on your mask before entering.

Shields are no longer accepted.

Customer limit:

No more than 2 ‘Customer Units’ at one time.

(A ‘customer unit’ consists of people living in the same household AND arriving in the same car).

Please wait outside until someone leaves if the store is occupied. 

December – January Hours

Dec 1 – 23 – Regular Hours

Dec 24 – 27 – CLOSED

DEC 28, 29, 30 – Regular Hours

Dec 31 – Jan 5 – CLOSED

Jan 6 – Reopen with Regular Hours

 

We are excited to announce our partnership with TrendTex, Canada’s largest fabric wholesaler! When you shop on shop.trendtexfabrics.com and enter our code QUI083 at checkout, our store receives a portion of each sale. They have thousands of fabrics available for you to check out!

This is a win-win for a shop like ours without an online shopping presence in times of COVID19.

OUR COVID-19 PROTOCOL

We are currently OPEN

Monday – Saturday 10-4

If you are ill or have been in contact with someone who is ill, do not come in! We can help via curbside pick-up or mail order.

Our bathroom is currently for staff use only.

Our classroom is closed until further notice.

We are limiting the number of customers in the shop, please be patient.

Do not come into the shop with gloves, this just brings germs from everywhere you’ve been into our store. We have hand sanitizer for you to use upon your arrival.

250-851-0324

info@katjasquiltshoppe.com

 

Millie Morsels

a 2021 Quilt-Along

based on blocks from The New Hexagon 2

Guidelines are available at the Millie Morsels page, under the Quilt-Alongs tab.

Some things I've taken part in....

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About Me

I was born in Germany and lived there until I was almost eight. My mother was a trained tailor and spent much of her life doing alterations at home so she could stay home with my sister and I. Growing up, I often spent hours playing “under my mother’s sewing machine”.

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