Quilt blog entries for month: June 2012
These great Fons & Porter directional pins are just $11.99 right now. Their retail price is $19.99. That's a lot of savings!
Next up, we have this great Creative Comfort Herbal Wrap for your sore shoulders. Regularly priced at $19.75, this is now just $11.85. You can't beat that. Seriously.
These are just a couple of the items we have discounted in our Overstock Tool Sale. To find out what else we have marked down, click here: OVERSTOCK TOOL SALE
The savings keep getting better. Check out this awesome fabric selection - 40% off!
Whether you need stripes...
or select batiks...
we have them on sale!
To see all of the Quilters Candy and batik fabrics on sale, click here: QUILTERS CANDY AND BATIK SALE
I hope you find something you like! All of us here at Connecting Threads are stocking up while we can. These savings are great!
When I first saw the Little Duffle Do It pattern I thought they looked so cute; I knew I just had to make one. The fact that you can change the mood to fit the situation just by changing your fabric selection makes these very versatile for gift giving. Combine that with the four size options and you can make something that will appeal to Dads or Grads, guys or gals, teenagers or adults. They are a great size for organizing little things when you travel—like cell phone or iPod chargers, ear buds, and the miscellaneous cords you need to take but don’t want loose in your luggage. They're also great for traveling Dads who need to pack a razor, shampoo and shaving cream all in one place. I made the medium-sized duffle from one of our batiks. It turned out beautifully but I gave it away as a gift before a trip and didn’t think to take a picture! The next one will be just for me!
Well, it’s that time of year again where seniors are graduating from high school and taking on a new frontier, the halls of ivy. My nephew and Godson is just that person full of excitement and anticipation to finally adventure into this wonderful rite of passage.
I love making my own cards for others. I think adding a touch of something you make is sometimes like a gift in itself. Sometimes I browse through my stash for scraps to glue onto blank cards, and save them for a later date. I bought a charm pack of Tulane and I knew the design of these urban, gritty, and bold fabrics would make a nice design for a thank you card for my dad.