I recently did a book review for Ayumi Takahashi's Patchwork, Please! and fell in love with all of the fun projects. I was very pleased to find that this book was one of our options for Gifty Galore this year! Before opening the book again, I already knew I wanted to make the Happy Hexagon Trivets. I had not yet ventured into the world of paper piecing, but was assured by my always encouraging co-workers that I would be able to handle it.
Father’s Day is coming up, and granted, while this may be a little late in the game of making a quilt for dad, using Kit Builder is such an awesome tool to play with. Many people have mentioned that it’s hard to find “guy quilts”, but playing around on Kit Builder
makes it fun to play with skus from existing collections and basics
that you can choose for yourself in the colors the guy in your life
I remember the first time I saw this book – A Quilting Life by Sherri McConnell. I thought it was darling...
so did you expect something different? Of course not! July is ALWAYS
red, white, and blue, and packed with celebration! I have to admit, the July Candle Mat
is one of my favorites sporting the American flag and the
firecracker... BOOM! It’s just pure fun and all the fabrics are from the
Quilter’s Candy collection! The July Candle Mat will make a great July 4th gift! Enjoy!
Our Homegrown II fabric, Garden
really needed to be put front and center. It was so popular Connecting
Threads brought it back. An ideal print for a table runner, Vegetable Medley showcases bold and transfused vegetables for a clearly distinct kitchen-themed design.