These newest additions to the Fabric Confetti table runner line are just darling!
They remind me of the counted cross stitch samplers that were so popular years ago. Who would have thought now you can make them in a matter of minutes! They all require a hoop with an embroidery field of at least 5 3/4 x 10″.
Visit our website to see the entire collection. What great hostess gifts!
These gals are having way too much fun on this retreat! Now they are biking into town to do some major shopping! Can’t wait to see what is in their baskets.
For those of you not familiar with this embroidery block of the month by Crabapple Hill, there are six patterns in the series. Five patterns are embroidery designs and the final pattern gives instructions on how to put the entire project together.
It is kind of a mystery because you don’t know what the completed quilt will look like or at this point, what the final embroidery is! And, frankly, that is part of the fun. Everything that Meg Hawkey does is amazing so we know we will love it!
The latest installment is due to arrive in September so order it now. Don’t forget to order extras of the first three installments for those who are late to arrive at the party. The floss colors for each pattern are listed as companions on the website so be sure to have those in stock as well!
How easy is this???? Chickadee Hollow Designs has pre-printed embroidery designs on fabric and even shaded them to add that awe factor.
Check out our website to see the entire selection of designs available in red and blue work. Or expand your thread palette and embroider this series of four baskets – made to be framed or showcased in a project.
These designs are due to arrive any day.. Why not order them now? They would be a great project for a mother/daughter class this summer!
There is a definite surge in embroidery patterns and quilts. For those of you who have enjoyed handwork and appreciate the relaxation of simple redwork, why not advance to the next level?
This wall hanging by Sue Spargo is the perfect beginning project. After all, there is no wrong way to decorate a cup!
Buttons Galore have combined a few of your favorite things in color combinations that you will love. What a great way to embellish your cuppa….
Be sure to include embroidery guides, pearl cottons, and embroidery floss in your display.
Once your customers learn how relaxing handwork can be, they may want to start a true Crazy Quilt. This book is due to arrive later this summer so why not get your customers started now?
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!
If you sell machines, you HAVE to sell these critters from Embroider Buddy. These are the newest additions to the family that are due next month!
Tommie Dino Buddy and Pierce Dino Buddy
Wendy and Google Giraffe
Edward Elk and Rinaldo Raccoon
Simply unzip and remove the bagged stuffing. Embroider the bellies and re-insert the pillow. What a great way to demo an embroidery machine! What grandma and grandchild could resist!
This month, Crabapple Hill Studio is releasing the first of their new mystery quilt. The Girls’ Getaway will be presented in six patterns over the next several months – five embroidered patterns and a final pattern including the piecing instructions to complete the quilt.
What could be more fun than a vintage aqua camp trailer with pink and white striped awnings? Add a vintage pickup, a flower filled window box, some comfy chairs, and we’re ready to snuggle in for a beautiful glamping weekend! This the first block, will finish approximately 31″ x 12-1/2″.
Meg’s last mystery quilt – Mystery of the Salem Witches Quilt Guild – is still in the top 100 patterns so don’t miss out on this one.
My Embroidered Garden is designed to teach all aspects of embroidery. At just 4″ x 6″, it is a sweet little project pack full of happiness! What a perfect baby gift. Don’t all babies arrive in flowered baskets? Or, why not make an heirloom quality pin cushion with beautiful lily of the valley and peony design? Last but not least, this journal cover would be a perfect Mother’s Day gift!
Order them now so you will get the first shipment of these gorgeous designs. You know they will be perennial favorites!
I love everything by Helen Stubbings of Hugs’ n Kisses. She is an Australian designer that has a quirky style that is sure to make you smile. We are expecting these patterns any day. This redwork table runner would be a great Valentine decoration. Or, start it now and have it done by Christmas!
Don’t you love the way the hexies extend into the outer edge and are repeated in embroidery between the flowers? Helen uses Cosmo variegated thread. Iron on transfers and hexie papers are included.
The next three are more Christmas, so let’s get a head start! This gift bag is darling and you talk about Go Green! It is so cute, it becomes part of the gift and will be used over and over again! An added advantage? It is the perfect portable handwork! Gather ye Blessings is a great table or foyer decoration. It can be hung on a wall or on a stand. Personalize it by adding your own blessings!
And my favorite? These snowflake ornaments that can be displayed individually on stands or on a tree…or a package…or a table…
Help your customers get organized and enjoy the holidays this year – instead of being overwhelmed by them!
Natalie Bird has created a variety of whimsical designs that add a whole new twist to Cottage Chic! Combining embroidery with simple piecing creates nostalgic projects that are sure to make you smile!
Every project has that awe factor. Whether it is putting a new take on a traditional penny rug; adding wide rickrack to a tote; creating the perfect shape on a pin cushion to accent the design to its best advantage; or adding tiny touches of embroidery to a framed miniature to add texture and detail, this book has it all.
This book is expected to arrive the first week of January – just in time for Valentine’s Day!
I love everything by Lynette Anderson. she has a quirky style that is instantly recognizable – and always makes me smile. She combines embroidery with touches of applique to create stunning results. Green Thumb, her latest five month Block of the Month is due to arrive any day- and is sure to become a best seller
Buy then individually, or buy the entire collection:
Lynette uses Valdani flosses – and guess what! We carry that as well…..