Quilting Themed Cozy Mystery Series

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Below you'll find cozy mystery series that have a quilting theme. Please feel free to suggest a series that we may have missed.
A Quilting Mystery Series  by Mary Marks

Mary Marks writes the A Quilting Mystery series which started in January 2014 and is set in San Fernando Valley, California. It features Martha Rose, a sassy, sarcastic woman of a certain age and her two quilting friends Lucy and Birdie. In the first book the trio discovers the corpse of another...

Amish Quilt Mysteries Series by Isabella Alan

Isabella Alan aka Amanda Flower writes the Amish Quilt Mysteries series which started in September 2013 and is set in Ohio. It features Angela Braddock who moves to Ohio to recover from a broken heart. She inherits her aunt's quilt shop. She discovers that there is more to Ohio's Amish than...

Cat in Trouble Mystery Series by Sweeney, Leann

This series is set in South Carolina and started in 2009. It features Jillian Hart who is a recent widow and is rebuilding her life. She has three cats--Chablis, Syrah and Merlot. She is a quilter and makes quilts for cats-- business is thriving.

Queen Bees Quilt Mystery by Sally Goldenbaum

The Queen Bees Quilters mystery series is set in a small university town in Kansas, where Po Paltrow and her loyal band of quilters--including a young mom of twins, a veterinarian, a college professor, an older, eccentric pillar of the community, a high school teacher, and the shop owner—meet...

Quilting Mystery Series by Terri Thayer

The Quilting Mystery series set in California. It features Dewey Pellicano who is a computer tech but inherits her mother's quilting business, Quilter Paradiso.

The Southern Quilting Mysteries by Elizabeth Craig

Elizabeth Craig writes the Southern Quilting Mystery series which started in 2012 and is set in North Carolina. It features Beatrice-- a retired museum curator who moves to Dappled Hills, North Carolina. As the newest member of the Village Quilters Guild, Beatrice has a lot of gossip to catch...