We'll have it in front of the store for a couple more days, so stop by and see it!
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Monday, April 12, 2010
This very easy quilt is a really good one for beginners and will a breeze for more advanced quilters. Our sample is done in a throw size, but you can make yours bigger. This is a great project to use those fat quarters you've been collecting! Kit Available!
Fabric Requirements (Throw size):
13 Fat Quarters
Accent & Border 1 - 5/8 yard
Backing - 4 2/3 yard
Binding - 5/8 yard
This pattern is a blast from the past and could possibly be the same style apron your mom or grandma wore back then. It's reversible, so you'll nd up with two-in-one!
Two - 1 yard pieces of 45" wide cotton fabric
Thread to match both fabrics
Optional: 8" strip of Velcro brand hook and loop fastener
This wonderful patriotic quilt features twelve scrappy flags in red, creams and blues. Come show your patriotic spirit! Kit Available!
6 red fat quarters
6 cream/tan fat quarters
1/3 yard each of 6 different blues
Various golds totaling 1/3 yard for stars
2/3 yard binding
4 yards backing
This will be a three-part class to cover the pieced blocks, the applique blocks (yep, the "A" word), wool felt applique and embroidery, and lastly, putting it all together. Get a jump start on a great autumn quilt!
6 assorted fat quarters for sky
6 assorted fat quarters for houses
6 assorted fat quarters for house fronts
6 assorted fat quarters for roofs
2 assorted fat quarters for embroidery blocks
scraps for window, doors, baskets, nine patch, moons, and star blocks.
1 yard total for scrappy border. It's made from 2 1/2" random strips
1/2 yard binding
3 1/2 yards backing
2 coordinating squares 12" x 12" quilted with a thin batting in between!
Ribbon, bows, buttons, anything to embellish with!
This is a great way to make a receiving blanket that you don't have to bind! The technique features a mitered border that looks hard to do, but it's really easy!
1 square 30" square for top
1 square 40" square for bottom
This little cutie is slightly larger than a credit card and is loaded with four pockets for all of your cards, coins & cash! From a Fat Quarter you can make 2 wallets!
1 Fat Quarter (or various fabrics to equal a 1/4 yard)
Velcro - 1/2" of sew-in
Button - 3/4"-1" size for decoration ONLY. No-shank works best.
Optional Interfacing for the flap - 1 piece 5" x 6" lightweight fusible
Saturday, April 10, 2010
This is such a dramatic quilt! If you come prepared with all the pieces pre-cut and ready to sew, you should be able to make the top in this 4 hour class. This is a good one to feature those fabrics you just can't bear to cut into small pieces!
Fabric Requirements (to make a lager lap):
Dark - 1 1/4 yards
Light - 1 1/2 yards
Prints (squares) - (12) - 12 1/2" squares
Inner Border - 5/8 yards
Outer Border - 1 5/8 yards
Binding - 5/8 yard