These tiny collage patterns by Laura Heine are always top sellers – and this one is the perfect combination! All of these minis measure 16 x 20 inches. Who wouldn’t want these charmers decorating their studio???
This series #5 is arriving this month and is sure to be a winner! Why not create a display of all five and let your customers choose their favorites?
They are all top sellers – and a great basis for classes!
Organic Applique by Kathy Doughty just blew me away. I love to applique but her designs are breathtaking!
Just look at the cover quilt. She has combined a HUGE elongated courthouse steps block with quirky appliques in stunning colors to create a true masterpiece! And the photography is inspired! Don’t you love the paper umbrellas hanging from the ceiling?
Even her more traditional pattern – a vase of flowers – takes on a whole new look with her choice of colors and borders.
Just look at the variety of projects! Paper-piecing, applique, Broderie Perse – Kathy walks you through every technique!
Opening the first page of this book is like the first time you opened that big box of crayons – and never looked back!
Laura Heine has simply outdone herself! Her new Aviatrix pattern features a caption that reads “Great Things never come from comfort zones.” This adorable pig sporting a cap, glasses and wings finishes at 34 x 29 inches.
I want to make sure I get this right so in the words of Mettler:
POLY GLOW is a phosphorescent, washable embroidery thread that stores UV and artificial light, making embroideries and seams glow in the dark. The thread is extremely well-suited for extraordinary effects on sports, kids, leisure wear, bags and satchels as well as for embroidering logos and letterings. T
It is a 40 weight thread and comes on 109 yard spools for around $6.00. A 70 or 80 needle is recommended. It is due to arrive any day.
Why not display it with this glow in the dark fabric by Benartex :- due to arrive in March:
Pillowcases and pajamas would make your child smile!
I love to applique and a quilt like this has been on my bucket list for a long time.
This quilt is a true work of art, and yes, it is mainly aimed at applique enthusiasts as this wild herbarium is composed of dozens of different flowers, cut from a subtle palette of grey and taupes, appliqued directly on a background.
The pattern “Imaginary Garden” was a huge success when it was first published as a three-part series in Quiltmania magazine. As a result of its popularity, it is now available in booklet form!
Check out the detail! The little touches of embroidery enhance every flower.
This booklet is actually a library of many of her designs that she uses to embellish purses and small quilts as well. Just think of the freedom! Add any design, any embroidery, anywhere until the entire background surface is covered! This is a true labor of love.