These latest mug rugs or ornaments by Rachel’s are too cute to resist! Each version is available as a stand alone pattern or a kit that includes the felt and floss as well.
Who can resist those faces???
I always keep some of Rachel’s kits on hand so I always have handwork when I need it. These make great gifts so it is always nice to have some ready. These are due to arrive next month, just in time for vacation travels.
Amy Barickman is back with this adorable Fold & Go Folio:
In her own words:
Create cases for tools, jewels, or tech essentials! Choose from two sizes and several options for jewelry or sewing notions storage. Large folio makes a perfect jewelry or sewing travel case. Drawstring pockets store necklaces, bracelets & broaches or thimbles, clips & buttons. The small folio works well as a petite jewelry or needle case, with a single pocket for earrings or collapsible scissors. The Fold & Go Folio can also be used for tech essentials like cords and memory cards. A perfect project for quilt blocks or hand embroidery. Fussy cut your favorite designer fabric. Finished size: 5in x 9in (large) & 3 1/2 x 6 1/2 (small). A QR code/link inside the pattern will lead to bonus content to enhance the maker’s experience. The printed format is an 8 page full color fold-out portfolio with 11 full color photos.
Isn’t it amazing what you can do with a few fat quarters? This pattern is due to arrive next month so place your orders now.
Cluck Cluck Sew has several options. Make a fun football quilt in your favorite team colors! The pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions in two sizes: Kid 46 x 60 inches and throw 60 x 75 inches.
Slam Dunk doesn’t require any tricky seams or templates. Pattern includes three sizes, and instructions to make just one block.
Batter Up features 3 sizes, Crib 40″ x 50″, Throw 50″ x 60″, and Twin 70″ x 90″. This pattern only uses simple conventional piecing techniques, no tricky seams, or foundation piecing. This pattern also includes the fabric options to make a Tennis ball quilt, with a full photo of the sewn tennis version on the inside cover.
Batter Up is due to arrive later this month. The others are available now.
I saw this quilt demonstrated at QuiltCon and was so fascinated by the technique, that I came home and showed everybody I knew!
Now it is even easier because you can buy a package of the freezer paper templates! In their words: Make traditional orange peel blocks the fast, easy and accurate way with the Orange Blossom Die-Cut Freezer Paper Templates from PlumEasy Patterns. These precision-cut templates eliminate the need to trace and cut stencils as well as no pinning or applique – saving you time so you can get to the fun of making the blocks faster! And they are far more accurate than creating your own stencils. This package includes 25 sets of Orange Blossom templates die cut from CutRite Heavy Duty Freezer Paper and can be re-used 4-6 times.
The appliqued blocks are trimmed to 7 inches when complete. This tool will guarantee that all of the blocks are the same and the secondary design will meet when he blocks are sewn together.
The templates and ruler are due to arrive early next month. The pattern is available now. This is a great demo so place your orders now!
This Cut Loose Press™ pattern #CLPKAL014 features four letters that are all pieced individually after the angles are cut with the Creative Grids® Spiderweb Ruler #CGRKA6. The width of each letter doesn’t matter. Each letter can be trimmed after the sashing strips are added so that the height of each block is exactly the same before they are sewn together.
Karla Alexander is one of my favorite designers because she thinks WAY outside of the box. In this case, she created all of the cutting instructions to work with directional fabrics. And, the pieces are oversized so they are trimmed to size after piecing the angles. With big pieces and built-in fudge factors, even beginners will be successful. The angled pieces are all cut with her Creative Grids® Spiderweb Ruler.
What a great shower or wedding gift. The guests could sign the backing fabric.
At 18 x 53 inches, it would make a statement hanging above a bed! I’m thinking about framing each letter individually and hanging them as a headboard.
If you are a visual learner, a video tutorial will be available soon. Everything is in stock so place your orders now.
These new designs by Fabric Confetti are simply darling and would make a great series of classes. The blocks can be done in two different sizes. One version finishes to 25″, the other to 29″.
The 25″ version would make a great floor pillow as well. Don’t you love the fact that they all finish to the same size? It is so easy to switch out the wall hangings for each month when they will all fit on the same wall!
These are all due to arrive the beginning of March so place your orders now.
I would buy this book for the Easter table runner alone, but Pat says:
Come join the fun as I take you on a joyful journey through a year’s worth of celebrations. You’ll find easy patchwork and fusible-appliqué; projects for Valentine’s Day, Easter, the Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Stitch welcoming lap quilts and table toppers, plump and pretty pillows, trick-or-treat totes, cozy Christmas stockings, and more. Keep your home décor looking fresh and cheery as the seasons change, and always have the perfect pattern on hand for a housewarming or holiday gift. With inspiring photos, easy-to-follow instructions, and 17 terrific designs at your fingertips, you’re on your way to a great year!
This book has such a variety of project, and many don’t “scream” holiday so they could be made in any colorway if you want a year-round quilt! This book is available now so place your orders!