If you love the primitive look, this is the place for you. We also are longarm quilters and would love to quilt your creation.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Fall is in the air
Schmitz' book "Stitches from the Harvest" arrived yesterday.....just in
time for the start of fall. Now if Mother Nature would cooperate and
drop our temps just a few degrees and scoot the humidity away.....the
weather would feel like fall. Kathy's book is 80 pages filled with the
most charming fall themed projects. We want to do them all -- now! If
you're not a fan of embroidery, most projects could easily be
transformed into wool or cotton applique. $24.95
"The Crow Quilt" is a perfect seasonal wall
hanging. Your $32.95 kit includes the pattern, fabric for the top and
binding. The quilt does not contain any wool. In addition to the
pattern for the crow quilt, the pattern also contains a cardinal and an
We have one of our favorite quilt kits back
in stock. "Butternut" has a timeless look. Your $99.95 kit includes
the pattern, fabric to make the quilt top and binding. If you'd like
help in choosing a backing fabric, we're happy to assist with that.
The quilt finishes 60" x 74"
Please note a couple of the fabrics used in the original quilt are out
of print but Kay chose substitutes that are close matches.
Hopefully you have your calendars marked and
are planning to visit Kay at the Town and Country Quilters Guild show
Sep 22 or 23 (9:00-5:00). The show will be held in a new location in
the Joplin (MO) Memorial Hall, 212 W 8th Street. She will have all the
items in this newsletter plus tons more to inspire and tempt you. For
more info visit http://www.townandcountryquilters.com/quilt-show
We also invite you to visit the Pryor (OK) Patchers Quilt Guild show Sep
22 or 23 (9:00 - 4:00). Their show will be held at the Mid America
Expo Center in Pryor. For more info visit http://www.pryorpatchers.com/
Perhaps you can plan to visit Joplin on Friday and plan a road trip to Pryor on Saturday.
We'll be back next week with more to inspire you. See you soon.
Darlene and Debby (who is home and happy to be sleeping in her own bed)