Our Shop

4715 Harris Rd, Ellerslie GA 31807                Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-5:30pm EST

We are quilters getting to do what we love every day. We hope to inspire, encourage, educate and enjoy our friends, old & new, in a warm & welcoming quilter-friendly environment. We're delighted to have you stop by! We design our own line of custom pproducts. We strive to stock the best modern fabrics and products from current designers and we keep a great selection of traditional favorites,  blenders, batiks, civil war prints and more.

In March 2018 we celebrated our 10th Anniversary in business! It was a fantastic milestone event for us and we look forward to the next ten! In August 2018, we were named one of the 10 Best Craft Stores in Georgia by BEST THINGS GEORGIA.  We are thrilled and honored to be included on the list!

In 2014 Quilter's Newsletter magazine featured our Carpenter's Wheel mini as their Easy Lesson in the Aug/Sept issue. We've also been featured in Irish Quilting magazine, Columbus and the Valley magazine, and Her magazine. We are honored to have been recognized in 2014 with a Community Service Award presented by The Courier Eco Latino "For distinguished service to the African-American, Hispanic, and other minority communities" for our charity quilts given throughout the community. We donate quilts all year long to Hope Harbour Domestic Violence Shelter.

In 2013 we were honored to be chosen as a Better Homes and Gardens Fall/Winter Quilt Sampler magazine TOP TEN quilt shop! They featured our Blue Birds quilt pattern. (Designed by Teresa Singleton. Used with permission from Quilt Sampler Magazine. Copyright 2013 Meredith Corporation. All Rights Reserved. For more quilt patterns, visit www.allpeoplequilt.com.)

We participate annually in the Middle Georgia Shop Hop!

A professional quilter for over 40 years, owner Linda Camp has been sewing and quilting since early childhood. In 2009 she decided to open Sunday Best Quiltworks with her best friend and business partner Teresa Singleton.

She assisted the Columbus Museum in documenting their Permanent Quilt Collection and taught a Columbus State University Continuing Education course “All About Quilts”. She was an Assistant Quilting Instructor at the John C. Campbell Folk School, an Olympic Quilt Project volunteer and a Georgia Quilt project volunteer documenting quilts.

Linda was commissioned by the Georgia Quilt Project to create two copies of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games Nagano gift quilt, one of which was presented to the head of the Nagano Quilt Project and the chairman of the Board of Brother Sewing Machine Company.

Her “Sunburst Quilt” was featured in numerous publications including Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine” 4/98, The Olympic Games Quilts “America’s Welcome to the World” from Oxmoor House 1996, A Quilt for the Promised Valley from Sanpete Publications 1996, and GEMC Georgia Magazine 11/95.

Over the years, Linda has completed numerous custom quilts and projects. She’s organized, participated in and judged dozens of quilt shows and lectured at numerous clubs and societies on dating antique quilts. She has been a member of the Georgia Quilt Council, the American Quilter’s Society and the GALA Quilt Guild. She continues to make and donate quilts to local charities throughout our community.

Along with her husband Rick, she also owns Lin-Rik Flowers, a commercial greenhouse operation located beside Sunday Best. They have two children and seven grandchildren.






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