Keep your quilt pieces organized using Pinnable Quilt Block Markers from Purple Hobbies. Use your own pins with a Quilt Block Marker to pin a letter or number to your fabric pieces.
Choose from a variety of bright colors to contrast with your fabrics. Each letter and number was custom designed to make them easy to read at a glance.
Each set includes the full alphabet (A-Z) and numbers (0-9) for a total of 36 pieces.
Use them to mark the sewing sequence when cutting strips for a log cabin quilt. Or organize the individual pieces when paper-piecing. Use them to keep track of the blocks for your Block of the Month projects. Or mark them in order when laying out blocks for a quilt! Use two colors to easily separate the pieces of a block that uses mirrored pieces.
The possibilities are endless so check out our website for color options. You will want more than one set! These are due to arrive any day so place your orders now!
I love the clever notions created by Purple Hobbies LLC – the genius behind the Blade Savers that you all know and love. Now she has introduced a magnetic pin cup available in two sizes and six colors.
The pin cup hold the pins upright so you don’t get “stuck” with the pointy end. It comes in a case with a screw top lid for safe storage and traveling.
The Large Magnetic Pin Cup holds 100 pins up to 2.1 inches in length. The standard holds pins up to 1.5″ in length.
These are due to arrive next week so visit our website to view all of the color and size options.
Carolina Moore has created two Cut Loose Press™ patterns that feature Creative Grids® tools and Gypsy Quilter® Pre-Cut Battings – with stunning results!
Are you ready for all the summer BBQs and picnics? Your hot dish will take center stage when presented in this Americana Casserole Hot Pad!
This stars-and-stripes motif is created using the Creative Grids® Strippy Stars tool (CGRDH2) by Deb Heatherly. This pattern uses the Casserole Dish Hot Pad Pre-Cut Batting and Insulating material (TGQ104), which has two layers of batting and polyester and metalized layer to help keep your hot dish hot. It perfectly fits a standard 9 by 13 inch casserole dish. With just three fabrics, this pattern would be simple to kit with a red, white, and blue fabric from your shop’s color wall. But, why not kit it in Fall and Winter holiday colors as well? After all, stars are always in season and these would make great hostess gifts. A great class option. Students can learn how to use the Strippy Star Tool and actually finish the project in class!
These 2 for 1 plate cozies are darling and simple to make! They feature the Pre-Cut Plate Cozy batting from The Gypsy Quilter® (TGQ102) which is microwave safe, with fun piecing using the Creative Grids® Kitty Cornered Ruler (CGRDH5) by Deb Heatherly.
The pattern is written so that two plate cozies can be made with two contrasting half-yard-cuts of fabric. Since you can make four plate cozies from one package of pre-cut batting, you may want to double your fun, or in this case quadruple the fun , by buying four half yard cuts of fabric. Students could easily finish a set of these in class AND learn how to use the Kitty Cornered Tool. We all love instant gratification.
Everything is in stock, so why not get your order placed today???
Want to try machine quilting but not sure where to start? Angela Walter’s Creative Grids® machine quilting tools are available for both high and low shank machines. Not sure which ones you need? Watch one of Angela’s videos for the most in-depth explanation I have ever seen (or heard).
When a new vendor has three of her six patterns hit the top 100, I take notice – and so should you! Morgan McCollough is a wife and mother who has traveled all over the country – and sometimes the world – with her husband who is in the military. She puts a modern spin on traditional patterns. But, a picture is worth a thousand words…and in her own words:
Cozy Cabin is a fat quarter friendly pattern that combines classic log cabin and star elements to create a modern design. Easily adaptable for use with scraps, Cozy Cabin is sure to become your new favorite quilt! Pattern comes in Baby, Throw and Bed sizes and is great for advanced beginners and up.
The Cosmic Crush quilt is a wonderfully fun and scrappy star quilt pattern! It’s fat quarter friendly (1/4 yard friendly too!) and lends itself perfectly to any curated FQ bundle or fabric collection you may have your eye on! And the best part…drumroll please…there are no HSTs or flying geese needed for this pattern! Pattern comes in Baby, Throw and Queen size.
The Homespun quilt pattern is a scrappy quilter’s dream! With use of FQs or scraps from your stash, this quilt pattern allows for endless personalization! This pattern also includes TWO LAYOUTS for even more options! Are you ready to get scrappy?! Pattern comes in Baby, Small Throw and Large Throw sizes.
The Starshine quilt packs a unique punch with its scrappy, star filled design! The large blocks make it a quick sew and also allow you to show off larger print fabrics. Shine on! Pattern is fat quarter friendly and comes in Baby, Throw and Queen sizes. It’s perfect for advanced beginners and up.
Aglow is a whimsical star quilt that radiates happiness! It’s fat quarter friendly and a great way to use up FQ bundles that you have stashed away in your fabric collection! Pattern comes in Baby, Throw and Queen sizes and is perfect for advanced beginners and up.
Burn Bright is a delightful pattern that sews up super quickly! It’s beginner friendly and most importantly: FUN! Make it your go-to quilt for when you need a last minute gift! Comes in Baby and Throw size.
These patterns would make a great display next to your fat quarters. The hard question? Which sample do you make first???
The newest patterns from Cluck, Cluck, Sew are due to arrive this month – and I can’t wait! Tulips uses pre-cut 2-1/2 inch strips, 10 inch squares, or even fat quarters to make this cute quilt. The blocks are all traditionally pieced, and finish at 8in x 14in. The pattern includes a Crib, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King size. Aren’t you ready to stitch a flower garden?
Picnic is a simple, on-point fat quarter pattern with instructions in six sizes from crib to king. The blocks are traditionally pieced, and have a woven effect when sewn together.
Sugar Dish is made with 2-1/2 inch strips or yardage, and the pattern includes a Crib, Throw, and Twin size. Easy diagrams and photos detail making the Dresden plate blocks step by step. Traceable templates are included in the pattern, or they can be printed online at cluckclucksew.com/sugardish
Avenue is the perfect geometric quilt for that guy in your life. Pre-cut 2-1/2 inch strip and yardage friendly, it includes instructions for a Crib, Throw, Twin, and Queen size. Traditionally pieced and easy to make, one Jelly Roll with at least 36 strips makes the Throw size cover quilt.
These patterns are due any day, so place your order now!
Woodworking and quilting are a match made in heaven. And it is no surprise that many quilters are married to woodworkers. Who better to appreciate the detail and artistry of the craft? Troy Murrah is an expert carpenter – and the son of the late Judy Murrah, a renowned quilt artist who passed away in 2017. He wrote this book to honor her.
Discover a fresh, new woodcraft that consists of cutting and piecing together wooden quilt blocks to make elaborate yet accessible wall hangings, decor, and more! Wood Mosaic Projects covers the basics for reinventing traditional quilt designs from wood. Featuring tips on selecting patterns, cutting pieces to fit snuggly, adding color, and putting it all together, this exciting new hobby is intriguing, original, and sustainable!
I love the three dimensional effect of these blocks.
The book is due to arrive next month. I bet you already have customers in mind. Can you imagine a wooden replica of a quilt hanging above the bed??? Martha Stewart would be in awe…..
Designed by Chris Hoover of Whirligig Designs, this beautiful 58 x 74-inch quilt is the perfect Block Of the Month project! The pattern is written so you can teach it as a 6 or 7 month BOM but it can also be sold as a stand-alone pattern. Some of the blocks feature the 45 and the 90-degree rulers by Creative Grids®. And two of the blocks are paper-pieced, so there are plenty of opportunities for teachable moments!
The pattern is due to arrive next month so place your orders now!
Carolina Moore of Always Expect Moore and the inventor of the Gypsy Quilter Spot on Dots (TGQ030 and TGQ033) is famous for her videos and on-line tutorials. For the first time, she is offering some of her patterns in a printed format!
The Log Cabin Heart quilt uses the Creative Grids Curvy Log Cabin Mini ruler to make a simple wall hanging that can be completed in an afternoon. Detailed instructions with full-color illustrations walk the quilter through making this scrappy quilt. Just 1 yard of background fabric combined with a curated scrap collection makes this fun quilt that finishes at 21in x 21in. Perfect for in-shop classes.
Perfect for focal prints and large prints, the Gallery Wall Quilt showcases favorite fabrics. Create this quilt in four sections and then stitch them together to create the free-form look. Up to 21 different prints can be displayed in the frames. Full video quilt-along is available on the designer’s YouTube channel to walk any quilter through making the quilt. Finishes at 50in x 70in.
Two patterns in one! Pocket Advents offers both a 25-pocket wall hanging (22.5in x 28in) and 12-pocket mini (12in x 12in) option! Make one or both for a DIY Advent calendar. Both designs require the Creative Grids Strippy Star tool to make the star fronts on the pockets. The 12-pocket mini is designed to hang on a wire frame for display. Numbered buttons by Tim Holtz are the perfect accent. Incredibly popular at Christmas, or Christmas in July.
At a generous 8in x 12in, the Sawtooth zip pouch is a fun introduction to simple zipper pouches! Fusible fleece is used to give body to the pouch, and quilters can choose to add quilting to the front and back panels before assembling their zippered pouch. Fat Quarter friendly.
These Nesting Baskets are simple and addicting to make! The pattern offers 3 sizes, most quilters will be able to finish at least 2 in a 90 minute class. Fat Quarter friendly, and a great introduction to using interfacing and 3D sewing, this pattern is a perfect first-step towards bag making. No zippers or fasteners, the nesting baskets are a forgiving and beginner-friendly pattern.
These patterns are due to arrive the beginning of June so place your orders now!