Stitch Happens is the perfect wall hanging for a sewing room. It features several quilt blocks – which make it the basis of a great class.
Now welcome the big sister! This larger version features even more block designs and is a throw size.
Both are in stock and ready for your next block of the month series!
Kathy Skomp of Lavender Lime Quilting has quite an imagination! She has created 20 table runners – 10 pieced and 10 appliqued – all of them are charming!
The awe factor? Any design from a table runner can be turned into a darling placemat so there are TONS of options! What a great basis for a series of classes! Why not make one a month for a gift that keeps on giving?
I love these trays – and now Checker carries them!
Dawn Shuck of Sew Cherished uses them to showcase her exquisite wool designs. What a great monthly kit!
Spring Fling and Spring is in the Air
Liberty and Wool Barn
Bless this Home and The Fall Guy
Trick or Treat and Fall Harvest
Making a List and Warm Hearts
These patterns will be arriving later this month so order them now and start a wool club!
There is a reason that Terry Atkinson is a legend in our industry! She dots all of her “i’s” and crosses all of her “t’s”. When she releases a pattern, you know she has looked at it from every angle and doesn’t release it until she has a winner.
Case in point: Hat Trick Runners. The runner takes only three fat quarters and an accent fabric. Kitting is so easy! Make the individual 60 degree triangles with the Creative Grids 60 degree ruler and choose the layout you like best. Talk about a great class! Who will be able to make just one – especially when they are inspired by their classmates.
Sugar Sand Beach is so clean and crisp – and is made with 2 1/2″ strips. The instructions include four different sizes so you don’t have to do the math. There are also fabric requirements for fat quarters if that works better for you. This quilt is made with the Creative Grids Spiderweb ruler.
Don’t you love the names? These patterns will be arriving soon so add them to your class schedule.
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:
The frame is sold separately:
Check out all of Janine’s designs on our website – you will be glad you did!
These jelly roll rugs by R.J. Designs have been so popular that they have added a rectangular version for beginners. This version is created with straight strips and does not require any turning so even novices will be successful!
After all, who can’t sew a straight line??? Once you have mastered the technique of folding the fabric around 2 1/2″ strips of batting, you can move onto their top-selling pattern: See how different it looks in different colorways.
Choose to pre-cut your strips or start with a jelly roll; use batting scraps or buy pre-cut batting strips – the optional companions are listed with each pattern so get started today!
This jelly roll rug uses forty-two 2 1/2″ strips to make a 30″ x 44″ area rug.
The pattern isn’t coming in until later this month so I don’t know exactly how it is made but the back of the pattern says you need 100% cotton batting, jean needles, 1200 yards of thread and a sewing machine that will sew a 5mm zigzag stitch.
Remember when these were in every room – and in front of every door – in your house? This pattern is already in the top 20 and it hasn’t even arrived yet. I can see this being a huge hit with all of those ladies that sold the country out of clothesline when they were making baskets! What a great possibility for a great and unusual class!