These absorbent stone coasters are available in a display rack that includes all twelve designs as well as in individual packs.
Each coaster is a little over three inches in size. The design below shows the detail incorporated into each block.
At a retail of just $5.00, these make great gifts and are the perfect register display. These items will be arriving soon – in time for shop hops and vacation travelers.
This applique paper by Helen Stubbins of Hugs’ n Kisses is a great demo product!
This fusible paper comes in 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheets and can be run through a printer. Fuse it to the wrong side of the fabric; cut the fabric 1/4 inch away and turn. When the project is washed, the paper dissolves and leaves a thin, pliant film.
The best part? This paper is also available in shapes that are already cut to the most popular sizes….
including the shapes required for the Lucy Boston quilt.
A new product is your new best friend when doing an English paper-piecing project. SewTites are magnets that hold the two pieces together while piecing so there is no shifting! They come in packages of three so they are the perfect addition to your demo!
Why not set up a display with samples so your customers can see how easy this is? Be sure to include fabrics that would be perfect choices for a Grandmother’s flower garden or Lucy Boston quilt!
Carl Hentsch of 3 Dog Designs has several new releases expected next month – and all of them are stunning!
Enchanted Window is a perfect setting for a panel. Just a few companion prints make a nice sized throw. And, since the panel is the focal point – and therefore doesn’t have to be pieced, this can be done in a matter of hours!
Kalani combines two different blocks that form a stunning pattern. The fabric choices make the quilt!
Mai Tai is made of just one block that is rotated to create the pattern.
Juliette is an intricate nosegay block that is pieced so there are no inset points. What a stunning result!
Once again, Carl’s fabric choices make the block design pop!
Ripple shows the range of his talent – a paper-pieced masterpiece!
Through the Woods is striking with gradations of color on a black background.
Last but not least, Where Eagles Soar would be a great six-month block of the month.
This stunning bargello quilt is bed sized – what a great focal point for an entire room!
These patterns are due to arrive the middle of January so order them now!
Everything Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts is simply spectacular and her new Patchwork Barn is sure to be a hit! With the emergence of the popularity of six-inch blocks, this is a great series of classes. Do six blocks a month and your entire year is planned out! Start the applique border and center in the beginning and everything should be done by the time the blocks are completed!
But, for those of you who don’t like to hand applique, Edyta has provided Silhouettes – the fused pre-cut applique pieces as well…
Look how she incorporates stripes into Best Man – with stunning results.
And, the movement she creates with kaleidoscope blocks is superb – it is all in the color placement!
All of these designs should arrive this month so place your order now!
Robyn Kingsley of Bird Brain Designs is simply a delight. And her joy for living and stellar personality are reflected in every project she creates! These designs will be available later this month and are available for hand as well as machine embroidery.
There are even new releases for Spring and Fall…
I kept these images big so you could see the detail she incorporates into every scene!
I love these itty bitty versions of some of Laura Heine’s top selling collage patterns.
Each picture has been adapted to a 16 x 20 inch format which is a great wall hanging size. Or, stretch them on a canvas frame for a more artistic look!
Groups one and two are available now. Group three is expected later this month along with this little fella:
And the pheasant….
The description of this book was so well done, I just couldn’t top it so enjoy!
Once you go scrappy, there’s no turning back!
Are you buried in scraps—big pieces, small pieces, hunks, chunks, strips, and parts? Bonnie K. Hunter fans will love her newest book of playful string-quilt projects! Sew a dozen vibrant quilt patterns using the small leftovers from other projects that seem too tiny to save, yet too big to toss. Learn Bonnie’s basics for foundation piecing narrow fabric pieces 3/4” to 2” wide, turning them into dazzling scrappy blocks and one-of-a-kind quilts.
• Have a string piecing party with a best-selling author, the great Bonnie K. Hunter
• Love your leftovers! Become a scrap quilt addict, sewing fabric strings and crumbs into brand new blocks
• Hunter fans will love this offering of twelve “use it all” patterns in her signature style
I kept these pics as big as possible so you can see the detail! Simply stunning!
Her quilts are a spectacular study in color! I can’t wait to get my hands on this one!
This is such a departure from Rana Heredia’s usual patterns that I didn’t want you to miss it and just had to share! I even love the name! Her pattern line is called Sewn into the Fabric – and it was never truer than with this beauty!
The texture for the head and shoulders is cut out of a jelly roll. The body is a coordinating print. What an impressive quilt – and the scraps can be made into a pillow!
Rachel’s of Greenfield has three ornament kits in the top 100 patterns this week!
The kits include everything you need to make six ornaments – right down to the gold hanging thread. They are perfectly sized to fit in a gift card so they can stand alone and BE the gift or be used as the embellishment on the gift!
Wouldn’t these be fun to have at a holiday get together? They could make an ornament to take home with them as a memory of the party. They are all in stock so you can get them in time for this holiday season!
Oliso is releasing a portable iron in January that is worth the wait! It comes in two colors – pink and yellow. The iron fits snugly into the palm of your hand and has been weight-balanced for precision movement and minimal strain on your wrist.
With the power of a full sized iron in a compact and lightweight design, the Oliso project iron fits right next to your sewing machine or in your travel bag.
It comes with a solemate so you can leave your Oliso project iron in the face-down position. The solemate also protects and allows you to store your iron easily and safely.
The iron heats up fast and has three heat settings. It includes an eight-foot pivot cord and a three-year warranty. They truly have thought of everything!