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New Show and Tell

clock August 3, 2015 08:20 by author Ruth

Marlene brought in a show and tell for us today. She is using the scraps from her Hugs & Kisses block of the month that she is doing here at QNG to make miniature blocks for a baby quilt. Great idea Marlene. Can't wait to see it all finished.

Afternoon Delight Runner

clock July 28, 2015 10:01 by author Ruth

I am working on a new pattern for a table runner called Afternoon Delight. I have been looking at a couple of great green fabrics that we have and decided that this would be a great project for that fabric. What do you think? The binding will be the dark green.

National Sugar Cookie Day

clock July 9, 2015 07:12 by author Ruth

Hurrah! Get ready to celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day! With our Christmas in July Sale going from Wednesday, July 22 to Saturday, July 25, you'll have enough time to locate your favorite Sugar Cookie Recipe and all the fixins'.


Most of us have all the ingredients on hand to make this perennial favorite: butter, eggs, flour, sugar, baking powder or soda and vanilla. All you may need are your favorite cutters and 'little bakers' to mix, cut and later decorate your favorite shapes.

How about a nine patch cookie. Check out the recipe


With the weather in Michigan cooling off a bit, make a batch today to take along as you continue your Row by Row experience. Don't forget to add the Cal-Co Quilters Quilt Show in Marshall to your itinerary this weekend. It will be held at the Marshall High School on July 11th and 12th from 10:00 - 4:00 p.m. in conjunction with the Marshall Garden Show and Tour. Stop by and see the array of floral displays both inside and out.

We have been featured

clock July 1, 2015 07:59 by author Ruth

It's July 1st and the long awaited days of warm summer weather look like they have f-i-n-a-l-l-y arrived! Soon we'll be celebrating our 239th birthday--complete with parades, picnics, family gatherings and fireworks! Happy Birthday USA! Be sure to stop by Quilt N Go to check out our collection of patriotic fabrics to compliment your holiday table. It's not too late to complete a quick 10 minute table runner for your picnic setting or surprise everyone with a mini 10 minute runner to top the water tank in the guest bathroom.


While you're shopping, be sure to pick up your copy of the July/August edition of The Country Register! We are pleased to announce that Quilt N Go is a 'featured shop' in this edition! The half page article shares how Ruth got started quilting at the tender age ten under the guidance of her grandmother to her interest in long arm quilting that led teaching classes and establishing her business. Drop by as you are shopping during your Row by Row Experience to get your copy of The Country Register. If Ruth is available, she'd be glad to autograph your copy!

Minions are Here

clock June 26, 2015 09:45 by author Ruth

Our Minion fabric arrived today. I don't expect it to last long. Stop in and get your panel and coordinates before they are gone.

National Pink Day

clock June 23, 2015 13:18 by author Ruth

National Pink Day is recognized on June 23rd as a day set aside to acknowledge the color pink and all that it represents. The color pink was first used in fashion in the late 17th century to identify a very pale shade of red and was the same color as a flower of the same name. As a common color of flowers, pink attracts the insects and birds that are necessary for pollination.


The color pink is most commonly "associated with femininity, sensitivity, tenderness, early childhood and romance." It has also been mainly used in art during the Renaissance to denote the flesh tones for hands and faces. Pink has become bolder and brighter in the 20th century with the introduction of 'shocking pink' to the color pallets of fashion designers in 1931.

A reference to the color pink has also become part of our lexicon: if you are 'in the pink' it denotes being in top form, good health or in good condition while being 'tickled pink' means being extremely pleased. Stop by the Quilt N Go to see our selection of pink fabric from pale pink to bold hot pink, there will be something to tickle your fancy!

National Leon Day

clock June 23, 2015 13:09 by author Ruth

Making a list and checking it twice isn't just a good idea for shopping in December! On National Leon Day, June 25th during the Row by Row Experience, you can get a head start on the holiday season by checking your 'To Buy' List for helpful additions. 'Leon' is Noel spelled backwards and marks the half way point until Christmas! With six months to go, it's never too early to freshen up your sewing and crafting space and check your supplies.


One area to consider involves checking out the condition of your quilting rulers. After reorganizing/reviewing your collection of rulers, take note of any that need replacement. Repeated use of a favorite ruler can result in nicks that catch your rotary cutter that only a little sanding of the edge can help to solve. Now would be a good time to buy yourself a new ruler to replace an old favorite or acquire a new ruler that you've had on your 'Wish List'.

Stop by Quilt N Go to check out our collection of rulers! Creative Grids features 2 1/2 inch squares all the way up to 20 inch rulers and all those in between plus Scrap Crazy Set featuring non-slip adhesive rings. Quilt in a Day has unique templates that feature Scallops, Vines and Waves as well as multiple sizes of Flying Geese rulers. And they are made in America!!


Don't forget to mark your calendar for our special 'Christmas in July' Sales Event this year. It's been expanded to four days: Wednesday, July 22 to Saturday, July 25. We will have a fantastic collection of "blues" and coordinating fabrics available. Check our Saturday Morning Coffee with Quilt N Go Newsletter from June 20th for a 'sneak peek' at the gorgeous choices you'll have in just one month



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