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Mini Table Runners!

clock April 23, 2016 04:52 by author Madison

Have you been loving doing 10 minute table runners? I recently just finished tow the other day and I have to say they can be addicting! They are cute, easy, quick, and simple and they look gorgeous wherever you decided to put them. But whats even better than a 10 minute table runner? The mini table runners! Not only are they smaller and cuter they take less than 10 minutes! The mini table runners are perfect for putting on the back of the toilet or on a dresser or anywhere you want! They add a cute and fun vibe wherever you place them. And it gets better! Two fat quarters makes two mini table runners! Yes that means twice as many mini table runners. When you buy two fat quarters to make the mini table runner we will also give you the pattern free to make it. The mini table runner is the perfect way to get your house looking spring ready. They are easy to make, take less than 10 minutes, and they are a great decoration! We also just got in some very pretty and colorful fabrics that are perfect for these mini table runners as well.

 

 Below are the pictures of the mini table runner itself and some of the new fabrics we just got in.

 

 

This is the mini table runner!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Spring is here!

clock March 26, 2016 04:37 by author Madison

Now that winter is finally behind us we can start thinking about everything spring. And with spring comes spring cleaning. If you find yourself going through all your sewing and quilting stuff and either get rid of some stuff or find that you don't have as much as you thought you did then you are in luck. We are in full spring mode at the shop now. We have lots of pretty spring fabrics that range any where from bright spring colors to pretty floral patterns to cute little bugs. So when the inspiration hits you come browse through the new spring fabrics and you might just find a new project to do! Or you might find that perfect fabric you've been looking for to finish that project.

 

 

 

 



Your next project?!

clock March 5, 2016 05:54 by author Madison

While looking at this beautiful fabric, Ruth (my grandma) came up with an idea on how to use up this fabric. She decided to make a jelly roll 1600 race out of it! she cut 2 1/2 wide strips and got to sewing. Since the fabric has such a beautiful pattern to it, it looks beautiful just by itself. This is something that's perfect for just hanging up in any room and your house. It will brighten up any room you chose to put in it and be a great thing to decorate with. This is something that's easy and quick and can bring so much to a room. I definitely recommend making this one!

 

 

 

This is the gorgeous fabric she used

 

 This is the final project



The Famous Fold N Stitch Wreath

clock February 27, 2016 05:34 by author Ruth

Considering it's all anyone has been talking about lately you've probably heard about the Fold N Stitch Wreath. People are already coming up with their own versions and spins on the pattern and they are beautiful! Some people are figuring out how to make them look like 3-D flowers and some are playing around with different colors to really make it pop. With this pattern there are so many different things you can do with it, the possibilities are endless. And the best part about it is that you can make yours completely unique and no one else will have one like it. You can choose to hang it on your front door or make it the center of attention on your dining room table.

 

 

This one was made by our very own

employee Joyce

 

This one was posted on the Fold N Stitch

Wreath Facebook page

 

I love this one! It's perfect for the

coming spring and summer seasons.

This one was also posted on the Fold N Stitch

Wreath Facebook page.



The Peeps

clock February 20, 2016 04:26 by author Ruth

As I had mentioned in a blog post a couple weeks ago I am currently working on a project for spring. It is the Blossom in Spring seasonal skinnies featuring the peeps. This project has taught me a lot so far. I first learned how to use fusible web to make the shape of the peeps. The fusible was easy and I thought it was fun. I also learned that you can glue buttons on instead of sewing them on which was nice. But so far the hardest part has been the blanket stitch I have to sew around each of the peeps. I've never done a blanket stitch so this was my fist time using it. And let me tell you it was a struggle! Just when I thought I had the hang of it I would reach a little corner and then all hope was lost.

I have not finished it yet, since I have to take lots of breaks just so I don't go crazy. But despite all the trouble with the blanket stitch I have thoroughly enjoyed this project. I've learned lots of new things and gained lots of new skills. I can't wait to see it finished and can't wait to share the finished product with you all.

 

Written by Madison/Blog Manager at QNG



Bugs!

clock February 13, 2016 07:29 by author Ruth

With spring just around the corner we have all been dying to start a project that goes with spring. And to enhance that excitement we recently just got a bunch of super cute bug fabrics in. These fabrics would be perfect for a small quilt for the little ones you know or to make a cute little bag for them! We have a pattern for a drawstring bag that is perfect for little kids to carry whatever they want. Or you could make a smaller little bag that could hold their legos, toy cars, or barbie clothes! After you see how cute the bag you made is then you will want to make one for yourself!

 

This is the pouch that would be

perfect for the little ones to

carry their toys in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Peeps

clock February 6, 2016 04:40 by author Ruth

Since spring is right around the corner I decided to work on something for the coming spring season. I used the Blossom in Spring seasonal skinnies pattern. The pattern comes with patterns for three different kinds of wall hangings, a bird house, a vase of tulips, and the one I chose, the peeps. I choose lots of bright fabrics to make the little peeps themselves. I also got to learn how to use fusible for the first time. This has been a fun project for me and it has been helping me get into the Easter spirit. I'm very excited to get it finished and see it hung up in the store. 

 

 

 

 

Meet the Peeps

 

 

This is how I plan to lay them out

 

This is the pattern

 

 

 This was the first quilt I ever made. I've come a long way.

 Written by Madison/QNG blog manager



 

 

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