Wednesday, November 10, 2021

A couple of kits that have been made again


This week we want to begin by sharing a couple of projects that we have been able to rekit.  The first is our Simply 20 pattern.  As the name implies, the quilt is made with an assortment of 20 fat quarters.  We chose a variety of Diamond Textiles to create a quilt that will be great as the focal point in a room or as a neutral decorating piece.  Your $78.95 kit includes the pattern, fabrics for the top and binding.  Please note some of the fabrics we used in the sample are no longer available but we have substituted fabrics that are similar.  

The quilt finishes 64" x 80"; however, it is super easy to make it larger by adding more fat quarters.  Let us know if we can help you if you'd like a larger quilt.  

We'll also be happy to help you choose backing fabric.  Just let us know if you'd like our help when you place your order.
Snowy Nights by Red Button Company is another fun piece we have been able to rekit.  Your $24.95 kit includes the pattern, fabrics, wool, buttons and backing fabric to make both small quilts.

As you can see, the "Snowy Nights" quilt has 4 snowman buttons which are included; the snowmen in the "All is Calm" quilt are wool. Both finish 5 1/2" x 10 1/2".

We can think of several uses for the Heart of Christmas stitched heart.  It would make a pretty ornament for your tree, a beautiful little gift for someone special or a pretty package decoration.  Your $12.95 kit includes the pattern, background applique fabric, backing fabric and a red star button.  The pattern contains patterns for two additional stitcheries.  
This week for our "when it's gone, it's gone" section we are featuring Lynette Anderson's book "Lynette's Best Loves Stitcheries".  The book contains 13 projects in typical Lynette style.  96 pages $27.99

We have only 2 copies available but may be able to get more.  Please e-mail to place your order.

For planning purposes -- we will be closed Nov 25 (Thurs) and 27 (Sat) to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.  
See you soon.
Debby and Darlene

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