The Gypsy Quilter® Cozies

With the popularity of The Gypsy Quilter® Cozies, we instantly got requests for other sizes. You ask, we listen!

The bowl cozy is available in pre-cut batting packs or as a template to trace and cut your own.

Jelly Roll Bowl Cozy Template
Bowl Cozy Pre Cut Batting 8ct

The large bowl cozy and plate cozy pre-cut batting packs make four of each size. The batting is microwave safe. Be sure to use 100% cotton thread when sewing.

Large Bowl Cozy Pre Cut Batting 8ct
Plate Cozy Pre Cut Batting  8ct

The Casserole Dish Hot Pad includes pre-cut insulating material. The package makes one heat resistant – not heat proof Hot Pad.

Casserole Dish Hot Pad  Pre Cut Batting 3ct

Any or all of these projects are great make it/take it projects.

Angela Walters and Flying Geese

I can’t wait for you to watch Angela Walter’s video.

Her machine quilting tools have been so popular that we haven’t been able to keep them in stock – but they are NOW!!! In this video, Angela shows how to use Slim, one of the characters in her arsenal of tools. The entire demo is done with a Cut Loose Press™ pattern created with the Creative Grids® Ultimate Flying Geese Tool.

   

The magic happens on this Cut Loose Press™ pattern – Wild and Free featuring fabric by Tula Pink and solids by Kaufman.

What a great series of classes! Learn how to use the flying geese tool, make the table runner, and then machine quilt it yourself. Talk about a trifecta!

Miss Rosie has Scrappy Style

I love everything this woman does!  Studying her quilts is like getting a Masters in color.  She is the queen of combining a multitude of fabrics that are somehow pleasing to the eye.  Just look at these quilts:

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Olio has a template to make this pattern easier.  And the Jumble patterns are charm pack friendly.

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Some of these quilts were made with specific fabric lines – and when that is the case, they are listed on the pattern – but ALL of them are great stashbusters!  Take some time to really study the color pic of each quilt before choosing your own fabrics.  See how she uses lighter fabrics and blocks to make the entire quilt glow?

Separate your stash into country fabrics, brights, batiks…you get the idea.  Then start cutting!  Or, buy a collection of your favorite fabrics as a base palette.  Then add complimentary fabrics from your own fabrics to make each quilt truly your own!