November 27, 2012 02:55 by Ruth
Make sure you have Saturday, December 15 marked on your calendar to join us for our annual Christmas Open House from 10am to 3pm. We’ll have lots of great snacks, some door prizes, and specials—what better way to enjoy the Christmas season? Please stop in that day—we’ll all be here to help you out with gift cards, stocking stuffer ideas, and maybe a last minute gift to make!
November 20, 2012 07:47 by Ruth
Here is some of the show and tell from a few of the ladies in the Bella Verona Club. They are trying to get unfinished projects finished.
November 15, 2012 11:50 by Ruth
What a beautifully illustrated book teaching all aspects of hand and machine appliqué. This book also comes with a CD for full size template patterns. If you want some awesome new projects or have the desire to learn how to appliqué, this book is for you. Click on book cover to purchase online
November 13, 2012 03:15 by Ruth
Our monthly Club meeting went great. All that attended had their blocks for the month finished and brought show & tell.
Jeanne Fry brought a table topper and a table runner for her show and tell. Mary Eyre’s table topper.
Linda Wilkey also brought a table runner, Vickie Batey brought a batik Biscuit Basket
one of here UFO’s from the Wash Tub Club.
Marcia Thomas brought her very first quilt!
November 13, 2012 03:11 by Ruth
Do you need a quilt for that special man in your life. This book has quilts from fishing to football.
Stop in and see this book (or click on book to buy online) just in time to make a perfect quilt for the holidays or beyond.
November 8, 2012 04:39 by Ruth
We had two customers bring in samples of their work today! How fun it is to share.
Here is Kathy with two quilts she has recently finished:
Here is one of the blocks from our block of the month program called Spring Bouquet by Laundry Basket Quilts and Moda! Jane is doing all her appliqué by hand. Isn’t it beautiful…..
November 2, 2012 10:39 by Ruth
Acorn Quilt and Gift Company brings you these adorable patterns now for embroidery, a different look to an old pattern. These two 24” x 28 1/2” are just the project for a hand project to work on in the car, while watching TV or just sitting and sewing. One or both of these small quilts would be ideal for a little girl or boys room.