There is a definite surge in embroidery patterns and quilts. For those of you who have enjoyed handwork and appreciate the relaxation of simple redwork, why not advance to the next level?
This wall hanging by Sue Spargo is the perfect beginning project. After all, there is no wrong way to decorate a cup!
Buttons Galore have combined a few of your favorite things in color combinations that you will love. What a great way to embellish your cuppa….
Be sure to include embroidery guides, pearl cottons, and embroidery floss in your display.
Once your customers learn how relaxing handwork can be, they may want to start a true Crazy Quilt. This book is due to arrive later this summer so why not get your customers started now?
Every quilter loves a button box so they won’t be able to resist these charmers from Buttons Galore! Each acrylic box includes an assortment of coordinated beads, buttons and sequins – and the names will make you smile!
Deck the Halls and Safari Sunrise
Sea Glass and Rose Garden
And, every child’s favorite? Rainbow Unicorn!
These are great gifts for your Secret Sis, that future quilter in your life, or why not treat yourself? At around $5.00, who could resist? Display them by the register. Girls just want to have fun…..
Buttons Galore is releasing new button packs in charming color combinations that are the perfect addition to any display. You already put fabric, books, and patterns together to celebrate the seasons so why not add the awe factor???
Just look at these Fall packs. Don’t they put you in the mood immediately???
Very Scarry and Trick or Treat
These Winter packets will match any project that needs that extra touch. Don’t you just want to dress a snowman???
Tis the Season and Winter Wonderland
Buttons Galore has a wide selection – pick out assortments that will go with your new fabric lines.
Why not display them at the register as well? They are that perfect little gift for that secret sis. But grandmothers won’t be able to resist buying a pack for their grandchildren. Who doesn’t love the memories of playing in the button box???