August 28, 2012 03:36 by Ruth
The new Quilt Sampler magazine has arrived and it is full of new projects as well as new techniques.
You can learn how to sew hexagons by machine, piece straight seams that look curved. How about a star string quilt and many more. These magazines don’t last long so get yours soon.
BTW, we carry the hexagon papers in most sizes along with Clam Shell papers and Star Point papers. Stop in and see what is new in English Paper Piecing.
August 25, 2012 08:38 by Ruth
Kathy made up the new Timeless Treasures holiday panel into the Sidelights pattern. She fussy cut the birds for the small sidelight windows and used the panel for the large window. It turned out great. Do you think maybe we should make up kits?
August 25, 2012 08:29 by Ruth
August 20, 2012 09:47 by Ruth
Lynn took the new Happy Howloween panel
and created a wall hanging. The wall hanging is 24 x 52 and is available in a kit.
August 18, 2012 14:51 by Ruth
The November retreat in Shipshewana is really filling up fast. If you were planning to go, you better get your deposit in to us. The dates are November 8,9 10 and 11
August 4, 2012 06:39 by Ruth
We’re cutting kits and signing people up for the block of the month, “Women of Courage”. This is a 12-month project with interesting historical information included each month for the woman in our history that is featured. The fabrics are beautiful and it makes a 98” x 98” quilt. Come in and see the sample we’ve made and reserve your spot now!!!
August 3, 2012 08:28 by Ruth
Revolutionary, stiff, moldable non woven….Now double-side fusible to save you time! Cover in your own fabric to create bowls, boxes, totes, containers, vases and much more! We have some fall patterns to use Inn-spire Plus with—pumpkin party bowls and an assortment of leaf bowls. Inn Spire is a flat, thick product that you fuse your fabric to and then while the project is still warm from ironing it, you put it over an upside down bowl so the Inn Spire takes on the shape of the bowl and let it cool. It keeps it’s new shape until you iron it again and change it’s shape. Come in and see the beautiful sample of a maple leaf of batiks —wouldn’t that be nice to have ready for your fall decorations? Want a class? Gather some of your friends and we’ll schedule the class that works for you!