Mountain State Quilting, a major new business offering Longarm Quilting Services, fabrics, notions, and classes, opened its doors Saturday at 15227 Barbour County Highway, otherwise known at KLT Corner, in Philippi.
Pictured from left are CVB members Ed Larry, from the Barbour County Museum, CVB President Karen Larry from Adaland, Margaret Ann Tenney, mother and partner of owner Mark Tenney, wife Katherine Tenney, and Chamber of Commerce President attorney Hunter Mullens.
The Tenneys report that in just a few weeks they have already served customers from all over the state of West Virginia and throughout the country. “Customers have visited us from as far away as Texas, Kansas, Ohio, and North Carolina. Quilters travel to shops like ours,” they said, “often on vacation or during a business trip. Selling our items and services on location, we expect growth throughout the year, including in our mail orders. We have a new website,” they said, “that will connect us with customers from all over the United States. Visitors so far have had nothing but compliments for the wide selection of things which we offer . Barbour County has always been our home,” they said, “and we hope we can give something back to the growth of our community.”
Mountain State Quilting is on-line at https://www.facebook.com/MountainState Quilting, or by telephone at (304) 931-6876. Their e-mail address is