Jen Kingwell has created the perfect ‘Port-a-Piece’ and a perfect solution to a design wall on the go. The package includes six design pages large enough to fit a 14″ block. The brushed felt design surface has a superior stick with a non-stick underside to keep your designs in place. Check it out:
What a great idea – and great gift! These are due to arrive the middle of October so place your orders now!
ToteOlogy from The Gypsy Quilter is the smart and safe way to carry your favorite rulers and notions! The multiple pockets are designed to hold a wide variety of tools. And, since the pockets are clear, you can find exactly what you need instantly! The inner pocket is large enough to hold an 18 x 24-inch cutting mat as well as other personal items.
Look how easy it is to keep everything in its place!
The other side is the perfect size to hold a cutting mat AND the Creative Grids® Stripology ruler.
The bag will be available next month and comes in purple dot, turquoise, red and black.
Why not display them with the Creative Grids® Stripology series of rulers and mats?
We are gearing up for the holiday season. Wouldn’t this be a great 12 days of Christmas buy?
These storage cases are both stylish and functional and from It’s Sew Emma! The sporting graphics that will make you smile – in your choice of pink or green – these cases hold any rotary cutter up to 45 mm securely under the elastic band.
Replacement blades and other smaller notions can be tucked into the elastic mesh pocket. Zip up the rigid case and you are ready to safely travel anywhere!
These cases are due to arrive the end of July so order them now!
The popular I Love my Quilting Friends ruler is now available in a smaller size!
This 2-1/2″ x 6″ ruler is the perfect carry-along size. The pink you see is actually our exclusive grip – just in oh so cute heart shapes! The center pink strip is 1/2″ wide and divides the ruler into three sections. The bottom inch features out traditional markings with a dashed 1/4″ marking along the entire six-inch length.
The top inch is divided into two 3-inch sections. One features a 1/8″ grid, the other features a 1/4″ grid.
This is the little sister to the popular larger 2-1/2″ x 10″ version.
These should be arriving the end of April so order yours now.
The Featherweight Shop has added such cute gifts to their repertoire! These socks are darling and will sell like hot cakes so get in your order now! In their own words:
Shoes off! Show off your socks and love for sewing and the Singer Featherweight! Sizes are the average women’s sock size 9-11. This usually translates to a women’s U.S. shoe size 5-10 (European 36-41, UK 3-8). Fiber content 75% Cotton, 23% Nylon, 2% Spandex
Coffee Break from Cut Loose Press™ by Karla Alexander is so much fun to make! I got out my Fiestaware and started throwing out fabrics that coordinated. It turns out, I couldn’t stop at a table runner. They are just way too much fun – and I am a little OCD…
So what is a gal to do? Make 35 more and turn them into mug rugs for gifts for coaches, teachers, principals….you get the picture. And, if you have a good relationship with your machine quilter, she may even add their names.
But, I live in Ohio – and they are #1 so…..
These individual cups measure approximately 8″ so I cut an 8″ square of fabric, folded it in half, and used it as a pocket on the back. I’ll put coffee gift cards in the pocket as a homage to Karla. After all, she lives in the Pacific Northwest and KNOWS good coffee!
You still have time to finish six or six dozen by Christmas so get started!
The Gypsy Quilter is releasing several new notions next month – all would be a great register display. They are reasonably priced and functional – a great combination!
These Heat-Resistant Thimbles protect fingers when pressing. The nubbed surface also works perfectly when pressing seams open. Each container holds 16 of three different sizes. The large one fits my thumb (which I use to fingerpress seams open).
These Silicone Iron Rests come in three different colors: red; green; and purple. Raising and lowering an iron as often as we do when quilting can cause carpal tunnel. Do your wrists a favor and rest your hot iron on this silicon rest.
No-Slip Grip Dots can be applied to the wrong side of templates and rulers to stop slipping.
These are the type of notions people don’t know they need until they see them – and then can’t live without!
What a brilliant idea! I love Susybee fabrics. They always have a shop owner in mind – smaller collections that are affordable. Now they have taken many of these collections and created pillow case kits!
Each kit includes 3/4 yards of the main fabric – printed so it works perfectly as a pillow; 1/4 yard of a contrasting band fabric; and a strip of fabric for a decorative falange. The best part??? Each kit comes with directions to make a pillow case with French seams using the “burrito” method AND there is a video tutorial as well!
What a great mother/daughter class – and a great first project for any beginner. Once your customers know how easy this technique is, they will make them to match ALL of their quilts!