Background and History

In 1977, Howard and Connie Luedtke opened Northgate Sewing Centre in Northgate Mall, Regina, SK. Our machine service centre’s previous location was on Rose Street. With only 700 square feet of operating space, we were able to sell sergers, sewing machines, cabinets, and notions.

A decade after, we moved our store to Carling Mall to keep up with the growing business. We also included our service centre in the new location.

Another decade later, we found ourselves occupying a larger space – our current location on Albert Street. We expanded our service department by opening a quilt shop right inside the store. As a result, we rebranded our company to Northgate Sewing Centre | Peachtree Quilt Shop.

After opening with a modest inventory of 1,000 bolts of quilt fabric, it quickly grew to 6,000 bolts of fabric. We also included quilting books, patterns, and notions to our products, and offered quilting classes. The classes run 7 days a week with a 2-month break from July to August.

Today, we have a 4,800-square foot shop that includes our classroom and service centre. We are staffed by 10 dedicated, knowledgeable people who also teach quilt classes. Professional quilt instructors also help us with our busy schedule.

We take pride in having more than 40 years of experience in sewing machine sales and repair services, as well as more than 20 years of quilting experience.

Our Services

Numerous clients turn to us for our comprehensive services, including:

What Makes Us Different

Northgate Sewing Centre | Peachtree Quilt Shop is a registered dealer of PFAFF and Janome sewing machines and sergers. We also have a trained technician who can repair all makes and models.

We specialize in high-quality cotton fabrics. You can also find the following in our store:

  • Batiks

  • Oriental
  • Christmas section
  • Fall fabrics
  • Baby and children’s fabrics
  • Themed fabrics for any occasion
  • Extra wide backing
  • A large minkie and fireside section

Our fabrics are made by:

  • Moda Fabrics
  • Hoffman Fabrics
  • Robert Kaufman Fabric
  • Timeless Treasures
  • Art Gallery Fabrics
  • Clothworks

Also, our peach pit room has a lot of tired fabrics at discounted prices.

We offer notions that can be used for quilting and sewing. In addition, we carry the following:

  • Templates
  • Patterns
  • Books
  • Scissors
  • Markers

You can also participate in our quilting classes, learn to quilt to advanced classes are offered throughout the year.

Meet Our Team

Renee (The Bag Lady)

“Many moons ago, before temporary quilt basting spray or 1/2 square triangle paper, I witnessed a quilting demo. After only 2 minutes, I was sucked into the “quilting vortex,” and have been there ever since. Many thanks to K.O. We sure have had some good laughs.”


I started sewing by myself when I was only 7. I did take 4H sewing for a year and before I started high school home economics, I was already making all my own clothes and custom sewing for many family members. 
I made my first quilt in 1987, and I took my first quilting class in 1992. My mother said I could sew everything from cowboy boots to pantyhose. 


Quilting, bead work, knitting. . . to mention a few of her many talents. These are just a sampling of all the creative things Cheryl can do. She is never afraid to take on a new challenge. 

“I am a self-taught seamstress/quilter. At the age of 10, my mother enrolled me in a sewing class, and the instructor lets me make a three-piece suit. Since then, I have continued to learn various techniques in the sewing and quilting world, always looking for a challenge.”

My Grade 9 Home Economics Class was my first exposure to sewing, Thank you Mrs. Marion Bateman. From that point my sewing evolved from garment making, Stretch and Sew, to Quilting. Quilting remains my passion. It gives me the opportunity to continue learning and sharing. 

Approximately 15 years ago I took my first quilting class at Peachtree Quilt Shop and a fire was lit. Since that time I have taken local workshops, classes in Houston & Hawaii. There is always something in the quilting arts to learn & share.