Love is the center of all that we do here at Sewlovelee.
Love of fabric With so many new and accomplished fabric designers, quilting fabric seems to get more beautiful all the time. Here at Sewlovelee, we have to love it so you are ensured a quality product.
Love of quilting We love to sew and learn and want to constantly grow in our knowledge and skill of the craft. Whether you are new to sewing and quilting or an experienced quilter, Sewlovelee offers a range of classes for all skill levels.
Love of others
Community of quilters: Quilting is such an act of love. It blesses the giver as much as, if not more than, the recipient. When we quilt together—at a class, workshop, bee, or guild—we have the benefit of fellowship
Gifts of love: Our quilts celebrate life events: births, graduations, weddings, and even memorializing lives well-lived. With our quilts, we are able to offer a tangible expression of love to another.
In 2023, quilters from across the Northern Neck—and beyond—are participating in Gratitude & Giving 2022 with a goal of donating a collection of homemade quilts to The Haven in November 2023.
We are here because we love being here for you. We want to be here for your fabric, sewing and quilting needs, but more than that, we want to be here for you.
Meet Lee Taylor Lee is the owner of Sewlovelee. She first opened the shop in 2014 in White Stone and moved to the center of Irvington in 2018. The shop is a dream come true as is told in “Sewlovelee: The Heart of Quilting” by Karen Newton in The Local Scoop Magazine.
And the name of the store? It comes from the comments people made about the adorable dresses Lee made her once-young daughters—they were so lovely (!). Today, the same can be said about the fabric, the patterns, and the quilting designs offered by Lee. Her commitment to the craft and engaging customers is unparalleled. Karen Newton captured the feeling in her story: “Lee recognizes her customers as part of the larger quilting community and makes a point of knowing their names. After talking or ringing up a transaction, she always tells her customers to come back soon. ‘I’d like to see you keep me out,’ a woman says with a smile.”