I love everything that Kristine Poor of Poorhouse Quilt Designs does. She always adds that awe factor that makes me smile. Have fun fussy cutting farm motifs to add to the barn windows! Perfect for tummy time! This pattern includes a Baby Quilt at 50-1/2″ square as well as a Toddler Quilt at 60-1/2″ x 70-1/2″. Easy machine stitching includes simple foundation piecing – a great teaching opportunity.
Fat Quarters make this quilt easy to kit. This is a beginner-friendly project. Why not use that pretty floral stripe to create a striking quilt that is garden-inspired? Fussy cut the center squares for more interest. Three sizes included: Throw 58.5″ x 69.5″, Twin 69.5″ x 80.5″ and Queen 80.5″ x 91.5″
Reminiscent of the movement of a carousel from a vintage slide projector, this easy-to-kit pattern has a modern vibe. Easy to assemble as well – only one point to match in the fun block. Perfect for beginners – utilizes standard machine sewing techniques. Three sizes: Lap 49.5″ x 61.5″, Twin 61.5″ x 73.5″ and Double 73.5″ x 85
All of these patterns are due to arrive next month so place your orders now!
I love the way that Kristine Poor designs with the shop owner in mind. In her words: This quilt features eight different “wintry” blocks! Simple and traditional, it can be a holiday quilt or a winter quilt. The instructions can be split and used as a block of the month program, or a weekly class. Great for basics! Finished size: 49-1/2″ x 59-1/2″; bonus layout included at 54-1/2″ x 64-1/2″.
Four patterns in one. Start a seasonal project club! The Hello Seasons pattern contains 4 different banners. Easy to kit and fun to teach. Add a seasonal banner hanger for a fun kit. Pattern instructions can be broken up into the 4 seasons for kitting and inserts for kits.
The Color Crush Block of the Month is a 6 month program that is separated by month. Cover quilt features Flourish from QT Fabrics. All blocks are simple and traditional; each is supported by short video to reinforce skills. Extend your club with bonus table square and runner to take advantage of blocks from quilt, as well as 3 mini-bonus projects. Finished size: 56 x 64 inches.
All of the patterns are due to arrive next month so place your orders now.
Kristine Poor of Poorhouse Quilt Designs is an expert on interfacings. Her latest series of oven mitts supports a heat resistant Bosal product that withstands heat up to 450 degrees.
The oven mitts are pre-cut. One package makes a mitt.
Why not start a series of classes on different interfacings? Since it only takes two fat quarters and a package of the lining, it is easy to prep for a class. Kris has a variety of patterns that make great Make It/Take It classes – feature a different product in each class!
All of these items are due to arrive the middle of next month so place your orders now!
Kristine Poor of Poorhouse Quilt Designs has the best ideas! She is genius at creating projects that can actually be completed in a class. Santa Socks is a perfect example of that!
These stockings are a nice size – 11″ x 17″ – which also means they can be cut from fat quarters! Christmas fabric is arriving soon so lets be prepared! Kris has worked with Bosal so that the fusible batting is the exact size you need – no need to trim!
That is always the frustrating part since the shape is larger than traditional paper! These patterns and pre-cut batting packages are due to arrive the first week in June so order now!
This quarantine has brought back so many memories of my grandma! (Who knew that house dresses would be back in style!) She always had a half-filled sink of soapy water and a towel on the counter with a rack on top to dry the dishes. So when Kristine Poor of Poorhouse Designs submitted this pattern, I was all in! So many teachable moments!!!
It uses pre-cut sheets of In-R-Form to make it even easier to have a class – and they will go home with a finished project! Or do a little video and sell the kits on-line!
After this quarantine, you should have a lot of new customers who dug out their old sewing machines to make masks – and now want new projects. This is the perfect beginner project! Teach them strip-piecing, paper-piecing, (yes, those wine glasses are paper-pieced) top-stitching with micro-tec needles… Remember – these new sewers probably came from clothing and are used to 5/8″ seams so there will be a learning curve!
Kristine has also written a pocket guide to Interfacings. Many of your customers have not worked with this product before so it is another educational opportunity!
Kristine Poor is one of my favorite designers. She knows how to use all of those specialty interfacings, etc. that tend to intimidate me. But her instructions are so well done that she eliminates the intimidation factor so truly anyone can do it!
Her Scalloped Baskets pattern is made with pre-cut Bosal. The pattern includes instructions to make three different scalloped bins using Bosal’s pre-cut Scalloped Placemats or Scalloped Squares. They are reversible, can be pieced or made from a solid piece of fabric, and can even be quilted!
What a great shower gift – filled with everything the new mother will need, of course! They are due to arrive this month so don’t forget to order the foundations as well.
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 holiday season is all about food – and the gifts can be as well! These gifts can add that awe factor as well. Invited to Thanksgiving dinner? Why not give the hostess a table runner for a hostess gift? This Triangle Frenzy Runner is a great way to showcase a beautiful stripe and can be completed in an afternoon! It only has 14 pieces so you can definitely make more than one!
Giving a kitchen related gift? Why not include a set of place mats? Here are two great options! Take Four uses four fat quarters so it is easy to kit and fast to make! Inside Out Mats feature a no binding technique that means a set of four can be completed in an afternoon!
Baking cookies a family tradition? Why not make matching aprons for everyone? I love this version which comes in Mother/Daughter sizes and is lined. Why not make the lining a light fabric? Then everyone can sign each other’s aprons as a lasting memory!
Do you give gifts of candy? Why not present it in a Fat Quarter Pop-Up? The gift that keeps on giving!
One of the hits of Market was the new Star ornament pattern by Poorhouse Designs – just in time for a Make and Take for your holiday events.
Holiday Stars includes instructions to make this star in sizes from five to twelve inches. It keeps its shape thanks a craft weight fusible such as Dura Fuse or Decor Bond. Wouldn’t these be gorgeous favors for a holiday party? Can’t you just picture them in the center of each plate? Talk about making a statement!
Be sure to have – and demo – her Fold n Stitch Ornament as well:
The square and round mug rugs – or the combination pack – provide the body in these beauties.
And have plenty of beads on hand to add the glitz:
Your customers won’t be making just one – they will be making dozens so order accordingly!