Born Again Quilts Restoration Studio and Quilt Gallery



4005 South Wayne Ave., Fort Wayne, Indiana    260-515-9446

Winter Hours:  Weds 5:30-7 p.m. Saturday 9-2 p.m. or by appointment.

Tour groups and clubs presentations available.


Revitalizing quilts one stitch at a time

ARCH Award winning facade made possible by a grant from the City of Fort Wayne.


BAQ is recommended by Country Living Magazine in the November 2014 issue p. 43!

A BAQ quilt purchased by CLM is also featured on p. 40. 


Every quilt is unique. It silently relates the story of its maker and the time period of its creation. Many families cherish and pass them to the next generation. Others are relegated to the auction, the garage sale, or simply thrown away. I used to collect quilts in pristine condition, but I felt sorry for those looked upon with disfavor because they weren't in "perfect" condition. I have the patience and the talent to take them back to their former glory-thus "Born Again".

Orphaned quilt tops are a different story. They never really had a life. Perhaps grandma didn't have the space for a quilt frame, or arthritis took its toll, or simply she just loved to piece and didn't care to quilt. Whatever the reason many of these tops are in great condition- they never saw the light of day-just tucked away in a bureau drawer or cedar chest to be discovered after grandma passed away. The beauty of the quilt tops is you can take what grandma started and add your own creativity to the project. A time span quilt that can either honor grandma's original plan or dramatically changed to fit your decor and preferences.



Looking for a unique heirloom for that special bride or perhaps a vintage quilt for that special baby?

Check out the Antique Quilt Selection at the BAQ virtual shop



QCI: Quilt Crime Investigation

Lois Eubank examines quilts in need of restoration and tells what they need to be "Born Again".

View Actual Quilt Autopsies


Born Again Quilts in the News

Check out these articles in the local media about Born Again Quilts.

Read the Journal Gazette Small Biz Spotlight article

Read Journal Gazette 2010 Article


Read about Our Grand Opening in The News Sentinel

Read the Unique Holiday Gifts Article


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Read the latest Around the Frame article in the Waynedale News


On May 12, WBCL Mid-morning show host Lynne Ford welcomed BAQ owner Lois Eubank as her guest.

The interview may be heard on-line at:




 Born Again Quilts specializes in hand quilting. It brings out the heart and  soul.


The grand opening of Born Again Quilts' new studio October 20, 2012.