We now have McKenna Ryan’s newest holiday quilt Magic in the Moonlight available in your choice of Block-of-the-Month or full Quilt Kit.
McKenna Ryan’s newest quilt is a stunning holiday masterpiece, featuring her newest fabric line, SugarPlum for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.
This is the complete set of all six laser kits for Magic in the Moonlight. Includes patterns, laser cut fusible appliques, background fabrics, borders and bindings for full quilt.
Measures 56 1/2″ x 59 1/2″
There are embellishments available for each of the six blocks for those that love the amazing little details that McKenna incorporates into her projects. Start now and be done in time to display your holiday masterpiece this Christmas!
Heather stitched up this very charming pillow….Charming Checkers. She used A Sundrops Mini Charm pack (AKA candy pack) a by Corey Yoder for Moda. The pattern is a freebie by Celeste Harrington and you can find all the fabric requirements and instructions at Moda Bake shop here.
I love that she selected a stripe for the binding which is a very popular choice with all the ladies here at the shop. The colours are so lovely on the crisp Bella Solid background and the simple stippling quilt design finishes it off nicely.
Of course this pillow can be made up in any colour or theme of your choice. Just choose any mini charm pack your heart desires!
Today’s Thrifty Thursday item is our Wish On a Star Quilt Kit. Wish on a Star is perfect to decorate your home. In traditional red and white, with a touch of applique, this star quilt is sure to become a classic.
This quilt measures 70″ x 86″ and includes “Winter Wonderland” fabric by Bunny Hill Designs & Moda for the quilt top, binding, embroidery floss and pattern. Our regular price is $179.98. Today’s Thrifty Thursday price is only $89.98. Click Wish On a Star to order yours today!
When quilting, we want to make the best use of our time and get our tools to work for us, right? Do you ever find the cord on your iron a little short? Is the outlet closest to your ironing board / ironing station a little hard to reach? Well, check this out. Grab some zip ties and attach a power bar right onto your ironing board.
Feed the zip ties through the mesh of the ironing board. Now the power to your iron is close at hand and with a quick click underneath your board, you can have power to your iron without dreading the reach to an power outlet that’s out of the way. Happy pressing!
Just wanted to show you a little sneak peek of a quilt sample that is almost complete. It is for a Christmas quilt and is made with Aspen Frost by BasicGrey for Moda. That is all for now.