Organization with Style

The Sew Stack is a storage system designed by Noble Industries. Each unit is the same size – 6 1/2″ square but the depth changes depending on the need.

Store 40 bobbins in one container.

Clip it to 16 spools of thread in a deeper container.

Or buy a bobbin container without a lid since the container stacked above it holding the spools of thread has one!

There is even a container for machine feet!

Design your own system with The Sew Stacks. What an efficient use of space!

Cats Cradle Magnified

You asked – we listened. Everyone loves the original Creative Grids® Cats Cradle Tool. You can make 1 1/2″ to 4″ and every half inch in between.

The XL size increases the options up to 8 inches – and once again, you never cut a triangle!

Deb Heatherly, the creator of this crowd-pleaser, is releasing a book of eight different designs later this month.

In the meantime, enjoy these Cut Loose Press patterns that she designed as well:

Illusionary Runner

Blue Skies and Sunshine

Big Cats Little Cats

Its Sew Easy

Raspberry Stars

Cornucopia

Lavender Fields is a full-size pattern by Christine Van Buskirk which includes multiple sizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With all of these possibilities, the question is which one to do first???

Glamping with the Salem Quilt Guild

Meg Hawkey has done it again! Her sense of humor shines through in these new designs. Don’t you want to go camping with this group?

Stitch Obsession

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Happy Camper

Quilt Sisters

Hocus Pocus

 

 

 

 

 

The Cosmos flosses are listed with each pattern – which is due to arrive later this month. Wouldn’t this be the perfect gift for that witch or quilter in your life???

A Blank Canvas – Literally

I totally missed the boat on this one! I looked at these totes and aprons by Kimberbell and thought they were great for machine embroidery – but didn’t consider all of the other possibilities!

These canvas totes come in natural and denim and are totally finished except for the side seams which are serged! When you are done decorating, just stitch up the sides with a straight seam!

My grandchildren are coming down for “grandma camp” in a few weeks. My idea? We are going to cut pockets from old jeans, pinking the fabric beyond the pocket so we can attach them to the tote easily. They can embellish them any way they want and then we will stitch multiple pockets on each side. We may even add a few to the inside!

Kimberbell has those assortments of adorable trims as well. Adding ribbon to the tops of some of the pockets might be fun too! Who says they have to be just for machine embroidery???

And then I saw these blank aprons in adult and children’s sizes! Craft aprons with multiple pockets? What do you think???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are all affordably priced and in stock! I just placed my order!

The Whales Have It

This pattern is being released next month but I just had to share! I am in the process of remodeling my bathroom when I saw this! Wouldn’t this be a darling shower curtain???
All I have to do is add a few more stripes!

It uses their Quick Curve Ruler:

The quilt is unusual because it is wider than it is long – which makes it a perfect choice for my bath curtain! Sometimes it is so fun to jump outside of that box!