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October 5 to October 16
Mon-Sat, 10 to 4
Sunday, 11 to 4
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About Hip Stitch

In the Community
Giving back


We're glad you're here! Owners Suzanne and Steve welcome you to Hip Stitch, a modern sewing fabric store and quilt shop in Albuquerque since 2008. 

Whether in-store or online, we offer colorful fabric collections, stunning quilt kits, high-quality sewing products, restored vintage Featherweight sewing machines and more. Hip Stitch is a proud Quilt Sampler Magazine Top Shop.

We also offer fun, educational classes and workshops for all interests and skill levels taught by our experienced staff and celebrated guests. Our creative instructors enjoy sharing their knowledge with others and are forever creating exclusive patterns and beautiful quilt kits for our shop.

Stay up to date with Hip Stitch by subscribing to our mailing list (at the bottom of the page). Our weekly newsletter is chock full of great stuff about our classes, special events, latest fabric releases, special sales and fun trivia tidbits. 

"Easily the freshest fabric selection in town with the friendliest staff! The owner is always kind and appreciative of my business. Recommend."
—Charlene S.

Hip Stitch In the Community


Recently we had the opportunity to met with Rachael, a Hip Stitch customer who reached out to ask us:

Does your business believe Black Lives Matter? I am Indigenous, Pueblo and Apache, and my traditional values of love and respect mean Black relatives should not live in fear of being shot to death by police. More than ever, I feel called to direct my dollars to those who do not want Black people, Indigenous people, undocumented people, and those with mental illnesses violently handled by any kind of law enforcement. Thank you.

Rachael and her husband both grew up on the Laguna Pueblo, and have been working for social justice for much of their lives. They are kind, honest, sincere, and inspiring.  We like to share with you some links to articles on Black quilters, designers and sewists.


We, like many, feel helpless at times about how to stop injustice. Let’s all take some time to learn, to read, to celebrate the accomplishments of others, and to continue, as always, to listen.