Check out all our NEWEST
ADDITIONS - including new HOLIDAY SELECTIONS.
Gwen just finished
sewing and we sent to the quilter,
WARMING, a new BLOCK-A-MONTH
quilt by Vicki Bellino designed especially for using Marcus Strip-It fabrics.
can buy this as a complete kit now, or month by month for SIX MONTHS.
HOME FOR THE
HOLIDAYS complete fabric selection here:
quilts are great for beds & sofas, but around here, we also like
the challenge of making little quilts. It is fun to have a small
project going at the same time as a larger one, so more often we can
get that satisfactory feeling of "FINISHED"! :)
by a great collection of prints, Mary created a small quilt
using WILLIAM MORRIS charms & more reproduction fabric for the border.
nice! Finishes approximately 26 inches square.
MODERNIZED, is a great line of fabric, assembled by Barbara Brackman
for Moda Fabrics. See the fabrics here:
one more NEW, little project. Also perfect for using the small
BLOC_LOC Half Square Triangle ruler. Makes cutting very fast!
starting with the almost irresistibly cute pack of mini-charms (which
is a stack of coordinated 2-1/2 inch cotton squares) Mary made TIDBIT, a LITTLE BITES pattern from Miss
Rosie designed just for these scraps! Finishes approx. 19 x
22 inches! Come see our current offering of mini-charm packs!
it out here:
That little Half-Square
Triangle border would be a perfect place to use the BLOC_LOC
HST Ruler! These are less than 1-1/2 inches, but the 2.5
HST ruler would be a good tool to own if you like miniatures. It
is marked from 2.5 to zero, so is quite flexible.
Gwen just completed this
darling PIECED & EMBROIDERED Lori Smith sampler.
It finishes approx. 22 x 27 inches, with the blocks just 5 inches
square! How sweet!
EVELYN'S BUTTON BOUQUET provides a wonderful opportunity to create a floral quilt
combining treasured buttons, the love of hand embroidery and the joy of quilting.
We've assembled kits
including buttons & floss so you can easily make one too!
Available now with either a PINK border as shown, or a BLUE border.
(And use that Bloc_Loc ruler on the inner border!)