Located on her family farm, Glenda's is truly a family business. The shop is located in the home where she watched her family grow up until they moved into her husband’s childhood home just up the road. Her daughters help with the shop in various roles from instruction writing to everyday operations. Glenda's carries their own designs that are for sale in addition to a variety of books and patterns designed by others, as well as a variety of fabrics, both modern and traditional.
Glenda grew up watching her mother do machine quilting. In 1972, Glenda used some Friendship blocks created by her grandmother to do her first quilt. It was because of the ladies in her family that Glenda developed a deep love of sewing. In 1988 she opened a shop of her own, starting with upholstery, then carpet binding, draperies, alterations, and various other sewing. Glenda transitioned into a quilt shop 10 years ago.
"When you are satin stitching (applique) loosen your tension 3 to 1 and use a bobbin thread in the bobbin that is for embroidery work. Set your width to 0.5 and your density to 0.45."
No matter which direction you're coming from, your GPS should lead you right to Glenda's. With a large circle drive and plenty of parking, buses and RVs are welcome. Glenda's is wheelchair accessible.