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Mystery Grab Bags

clock January 30, 2016 05:25 by author Ruth

The Mystery Grab Bags are only $3 each and contain several coordinated fabrics. These bags contain enough fabric for that small project your working on. Or you can pick up a grab bag and pick a project to start based on the fabric you got. You won't want just one either! Once you get one you will want another one after you see the gorgeous fabric inside. Stop in and choose a mystery bag and see what gorgeous fabrics you got!

 

 

 Connie picked up a grab and got

these cute animal fabrics

 

Connie also picked up another grab

bag and got a Christmas panel and

some Christmas fabrics to go with it



Purse Queen

clock January 18, 2016 04:17 by author Ruth

Does the new year mean new purse for you? Or are you just obsessed with purses? Or just want to try and make a purse? Well we just happen to have the purse queen working at our shop! Our employee Teresa is a master at making purses. She has made most of the purses we have here at our shop. She loves making all kinds of them. Whether they are large and can carry everything or if they are small and compact to carry the bare necessities. Why would you go and buy a purse at a store and spend a bunch of money for one that isn't exactly what you want when you can make your own and make it exactly how you want and need it. And if you need a new wallet, you're in luck. We also patterns for wallets too! 

 

 
 

Teresa the purse queen modeling the new Diana shoulder bag

 

 

 

The Cabana Mesh Tote is the perfect beach or pool bag!

 

 

The Cell Phone Wallet is perfect for when you don't want a big purse but still need to bring the necessities.

 

The Folding Wallet

 

The Gadget Girl is perfect for those who love to carry around their electronics with them.

 

The Glam Shell

 

 

The Karin Purse is the perfect size for everyday use.

 

 

The Potato Chip bag its called that because you can't make just one!

 

 

The Sonoma Swing Bag

 

 

 

The Gromet and wallet Bag

 

 

 

The Barbados Bag

 

 

 

 



Cut Loose Press

clock January 16, 2016 06:27 by author Ruth

Now that the holidays are over are you looking for new projects to start? Do you need ideas of what to make? Well lucky you, we have the gigantic cut loose binder full of patterns and projects! The binder is organized with tabs that include Quilt, Stitchery, Home, Yardage Friendly, Strip Friendly, Square Friendly, Fat Quarter Friendly, 30 Minute, 2-3 Hour, and 6+ hour. The tabs make it super easy to find the exact type of project you are looking for. The patterns are on one page so you won't have to worry about having trouble reading what it says. And better yet each pattern is only $3.50! Our employee Joyce even has a pattern published by Cut Loose Press! If your stumped for what to do next come browse the binder and find your next project!

    

 

This is Joyce's beautiful pattern!

 



Farm Girl Vintage

clock January 9, 2016 07:22 by author Ruth

 

 

   

  

Farm Girl Vintage Club will start in March!

Have you seen the Farm Girl Vintage Book by Lori Holt?  Using 30's fabrics there are a number of projects that can be made from the sampler on the cover to potholders, placemats, tablerunners, wall hangings, etc.  All the blocks are pieced--no applique and they are soooooo cute!  Fruits, stars, a house, a barn, a milk can, animals, canning jars, and more.

We'll be doing 6" blocks and throughout the 12 month period, you'll get fabrics each month for 4 different blocks so you'll have 48 at the end which is enough to make the sampler quilt on the cover or you can make any of the projects in the book.  Besides purchasing the book which has all the pattern w

e'll use (and more), each month will be $5.99 (for the 4 blocks).

If you choose to attend the club meetings, we'll be meeting the 2nd Wednesday of each month starting in March at 1:00pm for an hour.  Each participant will have a little tally card to keep track of stickers they may receive each month--for attending, having the previous month's blocks completed, and bringing something for show and tell.  We'll have door prizes each month and the people with the most stickers at the end will receive prizes as well!

There are samples of the blocks for the first 2 months in the store if you want to see them in person.......sign up over the phone or in person soon so we can get your first month's blocks cut!!!



The Most Sought After Pattern

clock January 9, 2016 06:31 by author Ruth

If you get our newsletter every week, (if you don't you should totally sign up for it) then you probably saw the pattern Fold N Stitch for the gorgeous centerpiece. The pattern originally made for Christmas and was meant to be a wreath that you could put on your door, but after it started flying off the racks the writer of the pattern decided to make it for all the seasons! And she also showed it as being used as a centerpiece! And if this pattern couldn't get any better it is 3-D! The 3-D effect will catch the eye of anyone that walks by it! It uses In-R-Form single sided fusible foam stabilizer that is used for the 3-D part. You won't want to pass this pattern by! And if you do decide to take a stab at this, then you can bring in the finished project so we can take your picture and put you on our inspiration board!

 

 

  

 



Happy New Year

clock January 2, 2016 06:29 by author Ruth

I hope you all had a fantastic New Year and Christmas. What are some of your new year's resolutions? Are any of them quilting related? Are you looking to work on more big projects or focus on smaller ones? Maybe you are interested in making a bag or purse? Whether you already have what you want to do in mind or need inspiration you can stop in and we can help you find a project to work on or help you find the perfect fabrics for what you're doing.

 

A Little about me

New Years as always been a favorite holiday of mine. Every year my grandparents, brother and I all go and stay at the Farmstead Inn in Shipshewana Indiana. They always have bingo, door prizes, a fun candy game, and a festive countdown. I always look forward to going every year. It is a tradition we have kept for 12 years and I hope we keep it going for many more. What is one of your favorite New Years traditions?



Is it Spring yet?

clock January 2, 2016 06:15 by author Ruth

Now that the holidays are behind us we are getting ready for spring. Even though we still have a few more months of winter left we already have our spring samples, patterns and kits out. The shop is full of bright colors and fun projects. We have a bunch of new and fun wall hangings that are quick, easy, and not to mention, fun to make! Now is your chance to get a head start on your spring projects so you don't have to rush later to finish them in time. Now is also a good time to work on projects to use as decorations. We all have lots of Christmas decorations but do you have any for Valentine's day? St. Patrick's day? Easter? Well if you're like me you probably have neglected to think about getting decorations for any holidays besides Christmas. So why not change that and come find one of our new joyful and fun new patterns to decorate your house with!

   

Now don't worry I didn't forget to give you guys that cracker recipe many of you have probably patiently been waiting for. This was the cracker recipe for those delicious crackers Joyce made for our Christmas open house. And if you didn't happen to make it to our Christmas open house, or didn't get the chance to try these amazing crackers because they were all gone by the time you got here, then I highly suggest you make these and see what you were missing.

Saltine Cracker Mix

Mix in a 2 gallon zip lock bag:

1-1/2 tsp garlic power

1-1/2 tsp onion powder

2 T. Italian Seasoning

1/4 tsp cayenne pepper

1 tsp Lawry's seasoned salt

1-2/3 C. Canola Oil

     

Then Add all 4 sleeves of Saltine Crackers from one box.

Seal bag filled with air.

Toss crackers in bag every 5 minutes

or continually until seasoning and oil is absorbed.

Let crackers rest overnight for the best taste.

Refrigeration or freezing extends the flavor.

  



 

 

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