We are excited to serve you at Davidene's QUILT SHOP!

We are a FULL SERVICE Quilt Shop offering the latest in fabric choice, color, style, and brand names. You will find the tools, notions, and quilting supplies to complete your favorite quilt projects. 


Our services include Classes, Longarm Quilting, and Binding.


Whether you choose one of our quilt kits or already have a project in mind, we will help you with your questions and will advise you professionally, competently, and comprehensivley.

Linda Seitz, far left, Jayme Zim, Davidene Zimmerman, Alysa Lovell, Audrey Lovell and Sam Christensen are Davidene s Quilt Shop employees. They help customers choose fabrics as well as teach quilting classes at the shop. Christopher Reeves/Park Record.

Check out the great article about us in the Park Record!


Correct phone# 801-368-3910

Liz Lemon Swindle Art

This beautiful art by Liz Lemon Swindle is now at Davidene's Quilt Shop. We have several sizes available, including a set of 6 notecards with envelopes.

Great gift idea for Mother's Day!

Two For Tuesday



On Two For Tuesday, all fat quarters are just $2! And to sweeten the deal, if you buy 10, you get 2 free! We will cut fat quarters from any fabric.

First On Friday

The first person through the doors on Fridays gets to choose one fabric that will be 20% for the day!

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Beginner Quilting

Tuesdays 4PM or 5PM

$1 a week class fee. Bring your own sewing machine and a basic sewing kit.


A Year of Sunbonnet Sue

We have 12 Sunbonnet Sue blocks. They cost $40 for a full set. They come pre cut with fusible web already on the pieces making it an easy and fun "peel, press, and stitch" quilt block.

Humanitarian Projects

Davidene feels that humanitarian and charity projects are important.

At times, we will have you bring in cans of food in exchange for fabric.

As often as possible, we will have a stock of humanitarian quilt kits that you can purchase, finish, bring back, and receive a refund. The finished projects will be donated to Summit County charities.