Janine Babich has designed a whole series of”Made in the Hoop” designs. (The three rectangular shapes require a 5 3/4″ x 8″ hoop). What a great display! Check out the awe factors that she adds to every design:
These bunnies are so cute and easy, they can still be made in time for Easter – but will add a touch of whimsy throughout Spring.
I’m All Ears uses just two fat eighths and would be the perfect project for an impromptu Make It Take It class over Spring break. Have plenty of coordinating fat eighths on hand. Display the template plastic next to the patterns because who can stop at just one? These sheets come two to a pack and are less than $3.00 a pack – well worth the investment!
Have some friends over and start an assembly line. You will have dozens in no time.After the big day, use them in lunch boxes. Or who said that egg hunts – or in this case bunny – hunts can only be one day a year?
Tis the season for evergreens – and this is reflected in our top 100 patterns! All of these trees made the list!
Crazy Christmas Trees from Cut Loose Press™ is the perfect family craft project! None of the seams have to match so seam allowances aren’t really an issue. I’m making this with my grandchildren this weekend!
These paper-pieced trees come in two sizes. The smaller version is the perfect door decoration for an Advent tree for your favorite little ones.
Piece Fall colors on the other side to make this tree reversible!
And then there are the three-dimensional versions by Aunties Two and Poorhouse Designs.
All of these projects are simple and can be done in time to deck the halls!
Need demos for that holiday open house? We’ve got you covered. There are excellent Cut Loose Press™ patterns that feature Creative Grids® rulers that will have your customers making multiples for gifts as well.
Capiz Lanterns looks like a modern version of our favorite tree ornament. It is oh so simple to make with the Oval Always tool by Karla Alexander.
Deb Heatherly creates these ornaments with the 4″ version of the Log Cabin Curvy tool.
And just look at the variety of trees….
Jean Ann created this tree by combining the 8″ log cabin trim tool with the curvy version of the same size.
These trees were all made with a 30-degree angle.
Karla Alexander’s Crazy Christmas Trees has been in the top 10 patterns since its release!
This snowman table runner is a great choice for the entire winter!
Best news? Everything is in stock and ready for your holiday events!
I love this! In fact, I love this so much that I am teaching it this weekend!
This is a Karla Alexander design – and is SO her! A little wacky, a little wonky, and a whole lot of fun! This combines every aspect of a great pattern:
It looks hard but is so easy and so forgiving – anyone can do it!
It takes just eight 10 inch squares and eight 11″ x 14″ rectangles of background so it is easy to kit.
It makes a great demo.
AND, it is a Cut Loose Press™ pattern so it is affordable. Crazy Christmas Trees #CLPKAL009
It uses her ruler. Creative Grids® Spider Web Quilt Ruler #CGRKA6
Saturday I am making this in Fall colors – but kitting it for Christmas as well. After all, who can stop at just one! An added bonus? This runner is 17 1/2″ x 40 1/2″ so if I make four of these, I have a great throw!
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!
Stacy West is introducing several new patterns this month. And based on past performance, these designs will fly off the shelves! Her vintage truck went to pick up the Christmas tree and became a top selling pattern. Now it is at the pumpkin patch!
Don’t you love the scalloped trim on these towels? Whether you display them as towels or add the appliques on both ends to make a table runner, they will become the focal point of your kitchen! The Fall versions of her successful Joy and Wool are due in this month.
Look at these vintage campers celebrating Halloween:
Get your samples ready now so you will be ready for your next shop event .
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 Cosmovariegated 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!