I just love this! Helen Robinson of Sew Kind of Wonderful has a created modern look with simple piecing using the Sew Kind of Wonderful tool A Starry Night is wonderful in every way!
She has created a bonus block which can be substituted for the camel block in the quilt or made into a pillow as an accent.
She has even created a coordinating coloring book! Talk about adding that awe factor to a gift!
Why not feature this quilt as a block of the month starting in January so it will be done in time for the next holiday season? The quilt finished to 75″ x 78″. The pattern comes with multiple layouts so you can adjust the size to fit your needs. The quilt pattern is due to arrive this week. The bonus block, coloring book and ruler are already in stock. Wouldn’t this be a great gift – especially if they know it will be featured in upcoming classes????
The gals at Sew Kind of Wonderful have some dynamic new patterns that will be available in July! Posh Bunny is a follow-up to Posh Santa which is STILL in the top 100 patterns even though it is summer! Those Christmas fabrics have arrived…
It uses the QCR Mini tool to create all of those adorable curves.
The Curvy Bow Tie and Text Me use the Wonder Curve Ruler. The Curvy Bow Tie is a charming take on a classic design to create a modern look!
Text Me includes ALL of the letters and numbers you will ever need! Make the cover quilt or choose the letters you need to personalize a quilt. T-Shirt quilts come to mind??? What a great addition to any child’s quilt or a quilt made for that high school grad that is going off to college!
These patterns are due to arrive the first week in July so order them now!
This is the perfect time to be your customer’s personal shopper. Many of them don’t like picking out fabric – and you have a store full of beautiful fabrics they can’t wait to sew! These quilts are fat quarter friendly. In most cases, just add a background and binding.
Yellow Brick Road hit the top five again this week and is a perennial favorite!
The pattern includes yardage requirements from baby to king. Let them choose the size!
Boomerang also comes in five different sizes. It features the Super Sidekick ruler by Jaybird Quilts.
Stargazer is a Villa Rosa pattern that features fat quarters as well and is a generous throw size at 64 x 76″.
Brightly can be cut from fat quarters OR 10′ squares.
Just add the background fabric to complete this 60 x 72″ quilt.
Cool Cars uses fat quarters plus yardage for the windows, tires and background. It also uses the Sew Wonderful Wonder Curve ruler. Who doesn’t need a kid’s quilt on hand?
Another favorite – Lucky Stars features “floating” star points so it is perfect for beginners and experienced sewers alike.
Once again, it is made up of fat quarters and background fabric and the instructions come in five sizes! You probably have a wide selection of fat quarters cut already so you can make up kits in no time. Put up several different colorways – and when they are gone, they are gone!
The gals at Sew Kind of Wonderful are so talented and Posh Santa shows the diversity of their Mini Quick Curve Ruler.This 28 x 38 inch wall hanging is the perfect size to decorate your walls this season!
What a great combination for a class! The personality of the Santa shines through – and removes any doubt that your students can sew curves! After all, you can’t take Santa too seriously!
This pattern is being released next month but I just had to share! I am in the process of remodeling my bathroom when I saw this! Wouldn’t this be a darling shower curtain???
All I have to do is add a few more stripes!
It uses their Quick Curve Ruler:
The quilt is unusual because it is wider than it is long – which makes it a perfect choice for my bath curtain! Sometimes it is so fun to jump outside of that box!
The three sisters of Sew Kind of Wonderful are simply amazing! Their latest book, due to arrive next month, features 16 projects – and I want to make them all!
Just look at the variety of projects – all based on the same curved block. The book includes detailed instructions showing how to cut, sew, and press the blocks to create perfection! Just check these out:
Every project uses the mini curve tool:
They even have a long arming tool so you can recreate their exquisite machine quilting! This would be a great class!
I love the gals from Sew Kind of Wonderful! They represent the best of our industry – and if you have ever met them, they ARE as kind, honest, and gracious as they seem. In this day and age, it is refreshing to experience true class. I got to see their booth at Market and it was simply darling! Their new patterns are absolutely amazing.
Who would have thought that their Quick Curve Ruler and the Mini Quick Curve Ruler could produce such charming patterns?
Mod Pineapples uses the original Quick Curve ruler to produce this throw size quilt. The sign for hospitality has never looked so good!
Mod Owls and Mod Strawberries both us the Mini tool.
Urbanalogie features the mini as well and would make a great series of classes. All of the featured blocks can be combined to make the stunning cover quilt or can stand alone.
Their patterns are the perfect introduction to curves. They are so gentle that your students won’t even realize they are sewing curves until they see the stunning results!