This fabric is perfect for the little guy in your life. Let his imagination soar as he rides a rocket ship to the moon, all the while snuggling under a special quilt stitched by you.
These two bolts arrived reminding us that spring is just around the corner. One bolt features little tossed lilacs while the other is actually a swooping stripe. We thought these would make wonderful table runners or whatever else you can come up with.
Holly loves anything with words – she doesn’t know why, but she does. Two of these bolts feature ledgers – those books that have somewhat been forgotten because of computers.
The other bolts feature words – oodles and oodles of text. And lastly, etchings of buildings – with what? MORE TEXT!
New reading material just came in.
Mod Block is a special edition from Missouri Star. It’s full of great pictures, step by step instructions and wonderful little stories and tidbits. There are no ads in the magazine, which is really more like a book AND it’s only $5.39 because magazines are always 10% off!
Quilts and more is a fun publication that comes out quarterly. This issue features table toppers, quilts, pot holders, a scrappy tote and more!
We love getting photos of quilts from our wonderful customers – whether they are in progress, finished, or well-loved quilts from another time. So we were beyond excited to see this in our drop-box! Jennifer Rilea and her mom attended Selby’s Dust Bunnies class a couple of months ago, and here is her quilt, already completed! Thanks for sharing Jennifer, hope to see you soon!
Pattern: Dust Bunnies by Selby Fannin (Bizzy All Day)
Fabric: Milk Cow Kitchen, MODA
Upcoming Class: February 13, 2015
If fabric alone isn’t enticing enough (we’re not sure how that’s possible) there are lots of yummy restaurants for lunch and if you take a stroll around town the lunch calories don’t count!
Mention you saw our Local Quilt Shop day blog or Facebook post and receive 15% off Saturday, January 24th’s fabric purchase!! Wahoo!!
Today at the shop we had a full house! The Pinnacle Quilt Guild used our classroom to host designer, teacher, founder of Calico Carriage Quilt Designs and 2013 Nominee for Teacher of the Year by the International Association of Quilting Professionals – Debbie Maddy.
Debbie gave demos and tips all along the way. And with her “no y-seams” technique everyone had a grand time.
Thanks to Debbie and to the Pinnacle Quilt Guild for a great day!