Innocence is a wall hanging that is charming and has a special meaning for Laura. In her words: This is a personal quilt. I made it with scraps that I have collected over a period of time. I am hoping that you will make it personal for you too. All pieces were scraps or no bigger than fat 1/8’s. Use the swatch photo as a guide, or change it to suit yourself. All proceeds of this pattern will be donated to Sisters of the Movement. Check them out at sistersofthemovement.org
Who doesn’t love Homemade? And this quilt is just the ticket!
Latte is #15 in a series of 8″ blocks that are a great introduction to Laura’s techniques. They look great framed, as pillows, or combine several and make a quilt!
These are due to arrive in the next few weeks so place your order now.
For the wine enthusiasts among us, Laura Heine’s new pattern “Vino” is due to arrive later this month and is sure to be a HUGE hit!
Whistlepig Creed has a new pattern – Loved Beyond Measure – that can be used as a growth chart. She suggests “writing” their names in alphabet beads on a safety pin and attaching the pins to the quilt. What a great conversation piece!
My family are math geeks so I am always drawn to Ruth Ann Berry’s quilts. They are all made from 60 degree triangles with no inset seams!
All of these patterns – with more being entered every day – will arrive later this month.
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!
Many shops feature Featherweight Clubs or have customers that love them. This new pattern by Laura Heine will have all of those customers smiling! It is due to arrive next month – and is the perfect intro class to this technique if you haven’t already tried it!
Meg Hawkey has recreated America’s favorite machine in embroidery.
And Sew Steady had created an extension table that has artwork that enhances the machine.
And, then there is the classic book – now in its third edition!