The new Little Poppins bag is due to arrive next month. It is doubly cute because you can make it in two sizes: 13 x 9 x 6 or 13 x 12 x 6. Who doesn’t love the proportions and style with a classic touch? The pattern includes high quality stays. (Additional stays can be purchased separately).
Achieve professional quality by using a great stabilizer for the sides and bottom.
Now, don’t you want a set of all three???
This tray is such a fun afternoon project! It really can be done in an afternoon because no quilting is required. Use 4 1/2″ squares or 5″ charms to piece the design in the center of this 9″ x 11 1/4″ tray.
Use a pre-cut package of Heat Moldable fusible for each tray.
Create the design with the Mini Twister tool:
What a great class! They could actually go home with a finished project. And what a great gift! Fill the tray with some favorite candies, cosmetics, magazines, books – you get the picture!
I have seen the actual bag – and couldn’t believe how big it is. It literally will hold a queen size quilt AFTER quilting! It is a great weekender bag, a retreat bag, a beach bag (with enough room for towels, sunscreen, and books for the entire family) or anything you want!
The pattern comes with structural stays so the top pops open – and stays open until you want to close it!
The sides of the bag are stabilized with In-R-Form so it will maintain its shape. It uses a 30″ zipper By Annie which comes in a multitude of colors and has two zipper pulls.
Carol uses a placemat to stabilize the base – which is 12″ x 18″.
Start with quilted fabric or quilt your own – which is another great class. This was quilted in straight lines – a great use for the Creative Grids Slim quilting tool designed by Angela Walters.
I talked to several people who have made the bag and many said that it went together so easy that they were making more! Now that is a testament to a great bag!
I am in Portland and the excitement started right when I landed. I ran into Christine Poor of Poorhouse Designs at the airport. If her luggage arrived safely, I will actually get to see the originals tomorrow.
She uses a no binding technique that sounds appealing. I can’t wait to stop by her booth and see how it is done. The purse and clutch are made with one package of Bosal pre-cuts. Buy two because you are going to want to make the placemats as well!
They come in In-R-Form or Craft-Tex. Choose your favorite product or make samples in both so customers can feel the difference!
We have a new baby at our house so I want to make a set as changing pads! Wouldn’t that be adorable??
Everything should be in stock by the end of the month so order them now!
Poorhouse Quilt Designs has done it again! Check out her new pattern featuring round and square picture frames – the perfect Christmas tree ornaments!
I have a basket full of old family photos. Wouldn’t it be fun to re purpose them? We all have drawers full of team pics from baseball, soccer, basketball, volleyball – you get the picture! Why not make a sports tree this year with all of these pics and write the year and team on the back?
They are so simple to make with her instructions and start with pre-cut coasters by Bosal so how hard can they be???
Once they see how easy it is to work with these Bosal pre-cuts, they won’t be able to resist her Sunflower Topper. The Bosal In-R-Form pack includes 18 leaves – everything you need for the Sunflower just in time for summer!
Everything is expected in stock this week so plan ahead!
The Camden Bags and Bowls are top selling patterns by Aunties Two. With new products on the market, these projects have gotten even easier! The bottoms are now pre-cut so prepping for a class is a breeze!
Choose the oval forms for the bags and the round forms for the baskets. The baskets come in three sizes: small. medium, and large.
The bags come in two sizes.
The sides are shaped with pre-cut double sided fusible batting. And the fabric? 2 1/2″ strips! Kitting just became a whole lot easier!
Need a quick gift – or several gifts? Check out these bibs and purses by Easy Peasy. All of these can be made in an afternoon so they are great choices for classes – and would be great ways to demonstrate sewing machines!
To make it even easier? Use the pre-cut bibs by Bosal and the darling trims with crocheted edging by Vintage Door.
Or use these trims to create these darling purses:
These purses use the pre-cut mug rugs by Bosal. Wouldn’t these be darling Easter gifts for those little darlings in your life??? Both would be great classes – and a great way to showcase these trims!
The bench pillows by Kimberbell are one of my favorite seasonal projects because just one can transform a room – or a deck. At 16″ x 38″ they make an impact in any decor. An added bonus? A twin bed is 39″ wide so one across a child’s bed is a great way to spruce up a bedroom in an instant!
Now these patterns are available three different ways – in a traditional pattern; a machine embroidery CD; and a laser cut version so there is no reason not to start your collection today!
Did you know we actually have the pillow forms – and it is a Checker exclusive???
Why not make this the gift that keeps on giving? Give them the form and December pillow – and then send them the new cover each month!
I can tell that the Christmas fabrics have arrived by the number of Christmas patterns that are in the top 100! Here they are – order them now and get your samples ready. Christmas is less than four months away….
Many of you have paid your rent with the Triangle Frenzy table topper patterns. Now Bunnie has given you a choice – you can put it under the tree with stunning results. This pattern features the Creative Grids® 60 degree ruler in the larger size – CGR12560.
Aunties Two Christmas Trees can be embellished with Fairy Lights – and yes, we have those listed as companions to the pattern!
Or paper-piece your tree with these patterns by Cindi Edgerton. I want to make the smaller version for my grandchildren’s bedroom doors so they can decorate their own trees!
Ornaments are always popular and make great package tags for those special friends. Charcoal Mittens includes everything you need for these six styles. Or use the pre-cut square and round Bosal coasters to make these Fold and Stitch ornaments.
These bag patterns from Kimberbell can be used year after year and are a great way to use up those Christmas fabric scraps! Go Green!
Now is the time to offer classes while your customers still have time to make them!
I was lucky enough to speak and demo at the Shipshewana Quilt Festival right along side of Margaret Travis of Eazy Peazy Quilts. This woman rocked it! She sold out of everything!!! The only thing behind her were empty hooks!
Her new Zip It Critters and Zip It Monsters patterns were the hit of the show – and are so easy to make with the Bosal eight inch round shapes that are fusible on both sides. You can make two monsters from each pack.
Be sure to order plenty of her other patterns that use these circles as well. These don’t include zippers so for those who are intimidated by the Z word, these may be a great starting point. At this class you can remove the intimidation factor by showing how easy it is to incorporate zippers into this project!
Or introduce this technique with one of her Cut Loose Press™ patterns.
Why not introduce these as a mother/daughter class this summer? They can learn how to sew zippers; make bias binding; and applique – and finish the project in class! Hang them from their book bag for a great way to store lunch money or notes that need returned to the teacher!