“You Lucky Dog” is the latest Block of the Month by Bonnie Sullivan that features her top quality Woolie Flannels.
The individual blocks are simply darling and each could be stand alone projects. And once again, there is a thread set to match!
There are eleven blocks in the series – which leaves the twelfth month to put it all together. The demand for these patterns is so great that we can not keep them in stock – Bonnie can not print them fast enough! Who says you have to start with #1? Blocks five through eleven are in stock now, so why not buck the trend and reverse the order?
Want to get your sample done quickly? The entire quilt with pre-cut appliques is due to ship next month!
With over two hundred patterns under their belt, Villa Rosa Designs continues to bloom! Three patterns are currently in the top 100 patterns:
Firelight is made with six-inch strips. Pacific Grove and Dinomite showcase large scale prints beautifully and are oh so simple to make!
Why not check out all of the Villa Rosa patterns on our website. It may be time to revisit these patterns once again. After all, at this price point, who can buy just one???
I wrote about Nancy Halvorsen’s newest book – Imagine – a few weeks ago – and now it is #1!
Nancy Halvorsen fans know that her embellishments add the awe factor to all of her designs. And now the button packs are entered in our system. There are individual button packs when needed for each individual block as well as an assortment for all of the buttons needed for the entire quilt.
The button packs and the fabric are all due to arrive the end of this month so order everything you need now so you can start kitting immediately.
Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together???
Everyone loves Schmetz needles – and their new chrome needle line has been incredibly successful. To keep it simple, these are the highest quality needles made – and are only available in quilt shops!
This new display includes 16 best selling SCHMETZ Chrome Professional Grade Needles. The display holds 10 cards – 1 box per peg. Give your customers the variety they need. The display includes two sizes of embroidery; microtex; topstitch; quilting; and stretch as well as denim and three different sizes of universal.
These displays are due this month. Why not switch your needles to the best quality needle on the market and stop competing with the chains!
When a book is already in the top 100 – and isn’t due to be released until August, I take notice….and so should you!
Sherri Falls of This and That has created 20 table runners showcasing a variety of techniques.
This book would be a great basis of a series of classes. Kit and create a table runner each month and demonstrate the featured techniques. Order it now so you will receive the first shipment. This one is already a hit – and less than $20, it is a bargain!
These frames by Emmaline Bags were a big hit at Market.
These rods create the framework for bags that pop open like an old fashioned medical bag. They come in two sizes that retail for less than $5.00! The frames include the link to her website where you can download a free pattern for a retreat bag.
The large frame can be used to create this Lunch Bag. Just to be clear, this is NOT a free pattern and is available on our website.
What makes ALL of her bags special is the addition of the hardware – also very affordable. Zipper pulls and metal tags add a professional look to every bag so your customers will want these as well. Check out the entire line of Emmaline products on our website.
The first pattern in the series – The Girls’ Getaway – Pickup and Trailer by Meg Hawkey of Crabapple Hill Studio is in the top 20 patterns so we KNOW your customers are waiting for the second installment – Clawfoot Tub. This pattern is due to arrive next week – just in time for your summer events.
Both patterns are a part of a mystery quilt that will be presented in 6 pieces over the next several months. There will be 5 patterns containing embroidered panel patterns, and one pattern with piecing instructions to complete the quilt.
The floss requirements are listed on the back of the pattern on the website. Why not order everything and kit it? Your customers will be glad you did!
Susan Knapp of The Quilt Branch has been thinking of Christmas and designed three patterns in her six halves make a whole series. These are great patterns to kit – simply cut six coordinating half yard cuts. Any kits left? Simply cut them into fat quarters! It can’t get any easier than that!
All of these patterns feature her House Ruler by Creative Grids®.
Tree skirts are great Christmas gifts – just start the season early by giving them out after Thanksgiving dinner! To see all of the “six halves make a whole” series, visit our website: The Quilt Branch. These patterns are expected any day so order them now!
Poorhouse Quilt Designs has done it again! Check out her new pattern featuring round and square picture frames – the perfect Christmas tree ornaments!
I have a basket full of old family photos. Wouldn’t it be fun to re purpose them? We all have drawers full of team pics from baseball, soccer, basketball, volleyball – you get the picture! Why not make a sports tree this year with all of these pics and write the year and team on the back?
They are so simple to make with her instructions and start with pre-cut coasters by Bosal so how hard can they be???
Once they see how easy it is to work with these Bosal pre-cuts, they won’t be able to resist her Sunflower Topper. The Bosal In-R-Form pack includes 18 leaves – everything you need for the Sunflower just in time for summer!
Everything is expected in stock this week so plan ahead!
Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings is releasing a line of “snow” patterns next month – just in time for your Christmas in July events!
The vintage cars remind me of Christmases past.
And who could resist these guys! They are just full of personality!
Most of the patterns take only a few evenings so there is plenty of time for your customers to make them for everyone on their Christmas list! Check out all of the Primitive Gatherings patterns and set up a display. Don’t forget the pearl cottons and wools!