Hocus Pocus is a darling pumpkin quilt that is cut from 10″ squares, a fat quarter, background and binding. I have included a pic of the back of the pattern so you can see the yardage requirements. Why not cut your own and use up some bolts of orange, black and gray?
Her Cardinal quilt uses ten inch square as well:
Think Spring or even Christmas???
Some are in stock now – more are expected next week so order today!
Block Talk uses 40 – 10″ squares and panels, T-Shirts or a large focal print for the main squares. Add the accent fabrics and the kit is complete!
Hopscotch Happy uses 10 inch, 5 inch OR fat quarters!
Dwell 2 is a nice size quilt using 10 inch squares, a background, binding and one other fabric.
If you NEED 10 inch squares, we have them! Follow this link or search within the fabric tab for 10in squares – not everyone calls them layer cakes. Then you can click on the In Stock icon to see what is available when you are placing your order.
Kit on demand! Put pics of some layer cakes on Facebook with the names and as your customers order them, pick out the additional yardage required. They trust your judgment!
The new releases that will be showcased at Market in Kansas City are starting to appear on the website. There are no rhyme nor reason to these – just new items that I know you will want to order NOW!
The newest releases from Quiltworx include a centerpiece that can be separated into slices of watermelon. What a perfect summer centerpiece! Yogo Saphire is a limited edition pattern – there will only be 500 sold!
Cuppa Joe Place Mats by GE Designs is a darling quilt as you go project. What a cute addition to your table!
Fractions by Swirly Girls is a geometric masterpiece that would be a great choice for that man in your life!
This latest Cut Loose Press™ pattern, Surprise Party Quilt by Terri Faust, showcases a new technique using the Creative Grids® Cat’s Cradle Tool.
This table runner by Eazy Peazy looks just like Margaret Travis! Modern, fun and playful!
The Cut Loose Press™ pattern, of course, is always in stock. The others are all due to arrive next month!
I love these new patterns by Krista Moser of The Quilted Life. I was not familiar with her work but now will be a follower! She is one of those designers that span all age groups – and that is not easy! All of these patterns look totally different but are all created with the same ruler with an extra one needed for the Champagne and Pearls.
Swirly Girls also has a new pattern featuring our best selling triangle:
Why not start a series of classes showing all of the different ways to use this ruler? Patterns will be arriving soon….
If you are like me, every year you get out the Christmas tree and regret that you didn’t plan ahead and make a new tree skirt. Here are several of my favorites that can literally be made in an afternoon. Most come in multiple sizes and can be used as table toppers as well.
Triangle Frenzy showcases wonderful Christmas stripes and is easy to piece since it uses the Creative Grids 12 1/2″ sixty degree ruler. Happy Holidays also uses a sixty degree ruler and is fast and easy to piece.
Be sure to display the ruler next to the patterns. It is our best selling triangle!
Or piece this darling Dresden version created by Erin Underwood – who also created the Creative Grids 15 degree ruler that makes piecing it a breeze. And, it is a quilt as you go technique so you CAN finish it in an afternoon!
This is my go to when I need a quick wedding gift. What couple won’t be thrilled to find this under their tree! The whole tree skirt only has 48 pieces! This one features the Creative Grids 30 degree triangle.
Or get out your strips and piece strip sets that are then cut with the Creative Grids 120 degree ruler. So this one is a piece of cake!