Edyta Sitar is hosting a Sew-Along featuring her newest pattern, Frontier. This 32-1/2 inch wall hanging would be a striking table topper or wall hanging. I can just picture this as a “headboard” over her Alaska quilt. Now that is bringing some Martha Stewart into your life!
Or, create a matching pillow.
These patterns are due to arrive any day.
All of the shapes can be cut and trimmed with just one ruler. The New Creative Grids® Alaska Ruler, designed by Edyta Sitar herself, cuts a multitude of shapes in a variety of sizes. Cut 45° wedges, diamonds, squares, and half-square triangles all with the same ruler! The instructions include how to make a basic kaleidoscope block as well as an Alaska block in four sizes from 9 to 16 inches.
The ruler also cuts all of the shapes needed for these top-selling patterns that are already in stock.
Consider doing Frontier as a sew-along. With just nine blocks in the project, why not start a weekly sew in your shop. There is plenty of time to get it completed in time for the holidays. And once they learn how to cut and sew the blocks, they will be ready to move on to a bigger project!
Everything Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts is simply spectacular and her new Patchwork Barn is sure to be a hit! With the emergence of the popularity of six-inch blocks, this is a great series of classes. Do six blocks a month and your entire year is planned out! Start the applique border and center in the beginning and everything should be done by the time the blocks are completed!
But, for those of you who don’t like to hand applique, Edyta has provided Silhouettes – the fused pre-cut applique pieces as well…
Look how she incorporates stripes into Best Man – with stunning results.
And, the movement she creates with kaleidoscope blocks is superb – it is all in the color placement!
All of these designs should arrive this month so place your order now!
Edyta Sitar’s newest book is scheduled for a November arrival – just in time for holiday open houses. Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words and I just need to share the wealth! I just saw glimpses of the inside today.
Why not set up a display featuring the book, triangle papers, and of course, those beautiful blue fabrics!
California is obviously agreeing with her because Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts is designing a wide variety of projects – each with her classic style.
I love applique so this is definitely my favorite. Did you notice that the applique borders don’t meet at the corners? This gives you a little bit of a fudge factor so you can applique all of them before attaching it to the quilt. How portable is that??
No pictures yet, but the item numbers for the pre-packaged appliques are on the website. For those of you who have her latest blue line of fabrics, the following quilts are a great way to use up some scraps!
I love earth tones so these quilts spoke to me and show why Edyta is the queen of color! Once again, the appliques are available.
Need some instant gratification? Why not choose this darling design that is a perfect wall hanging or pillow.
You already know who will want them so why not share this article and have your customers pre-order them?
Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts has created 32 awe inspiring miniatures. Expand your repertoire by creating these quilts while learning new techniques.
Whether you make these miniatures to accessorize a full size Edyta Star creation or create a vignette to add a touch of whimsy and charm to an alcove in your home, these beauties are sure to make you smile!
Just a taste of the surprises waiting inside….
This book will be arriving soon so place your order now!
It’s Sew Emma and Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts have combined forces in this new book – due to arrive this month. Quilter’s Patch is a perfect choice for a series of classes.
The book is chock full of techniques that will improve your piecing skills and others that will have you thinking outside of the box! I love quilts that are created from blocks – but the blocks are so well hidden that the quilt flows into an entire scene. This quilt has taken that concept to a whole new level!
So why not plant your garden….one block at a time!