November 14, 2014
Oh, it turned
frightfully cold this week. And many of you even had record
So, maybe this is the
right time to announce that I have finally finished my BUILD
A SNOWMAN pattern and it is now for sale. Since many of you
who have expressed interest are from out of state, I will mail it for
free. No additional charges, just $9 for the pattern.
The original version was
our Row By Row pattern all summer long at Charlotte's Bargain Fabrics
at Chisholm Trail Mall. It needed a bit of tweeking, as the tree
element was originally a piece of fabric, which is no longer
My pattern includes all
the appliqué patterns, already reversed, and ready to trace on
paper-backed fusible web.
We are sold out of the
exact fabrics as shown, but will soon be able to offer a new
assortment of fabrics for a "different, but similar"
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they are not our own, it is easy to forget the struggles many families make
every day, serving their fellow Americans, being active in the
military. Thank you for the many roles you play. Thank you
for the sacrifices.
Quilters love to express
ourselves by making quilts! That's what we do!
Moda's two newest
patriotic fabric lines will be featured in their latest CHALLENGE
I am inspired by this
hauntingly simple quilt from Moda designer Stephanie Hove, PEACEFUL.
What inspires you?
These two unique fabric
lines, BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE and
RED, WHITE &
FREE, will be
arriving any day. They are on our web site, so you
can pre-order right now. Ask us to hold so you can pick up, to
save on shipping costs.
BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE
RED, WHITE & FREE
SPECIAL SALE PRICING,
These fabrics are
currently DISCOUNTED 10% for you, and for every yard sold by the
end of the year
I will donate an
additional 15% of the sale price to Catholic Charities', ST.
ANTHONY'S FAMILY SHELTER.
St. Anthony's does
special outreach to low-income and homeless veterans and their
families in Wichita, and serve many local counties as well.
You can see the
CHALLENGE fabrics used in quilts and get a bit more info on them at Moda's Cutting Table blog (complete with