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I am so excited about this next item that we are offering. It's a retail catalog with real swatches. Almost 90 swatches of hand-dyed wools and mill-dyed wools. Now you can match the actual sample with what you see on the website!
Here is a sample page of the inside.
The cost of the catalog is $15.00 (remember shipping is free until December 20th). It would make a wonderful gift for a woolie friend, your wool group or especially yourself!
Cute little pillow designed by Cheri Payne called Wool Pines.
There are actually 3 projects in the pattern.
I have kitted the larger of the two pillows. The kit includes the background fabric, the wool, the pattern, the jingle bell and the button for the eye. Such a quick project to make up for THIS season. You can do it!
Price is $19.50 plus shipping BUT if you wait until Monday, the shipping will be FREE. Our gift to you from December 1st until December 20th is FREE SHIPPING on all internet orders to anywhere in the continental USA. Click here .....
It's been months since I have blogged. There really is no point in making excuses (I have plenty!) or rehashing the past so let's just move forward from here! LOL
Besides all the sewing I have been doing for the booth samples (which aren't very many) and all the traveling I have been doing ..... going from show to show selling my wool (which I am still in love with), I have been working on Cheri Payne's Common Threads blocks.
Simply Libby and I decided back in June to encourage each other to make Cheri's newest large quilt. There are 25 blocks in all plus a beautiful appliqued border.
I was going to try to use cotton applique to do my squares. I tried, I really did. I'd hate to lose what little needle-turn applique skills I have. But I have become spoiled by the ease of the prep of wool applique. And I do have a lot of wool LOL. So I caved in and am doing all my applique in wool.
Here are the 9 blocks that I have finished so far - not in any particular order other than they are the first 9. Libby is farther along than I am. But as she reminded me, it's not a race, although I would like to be farther along than I am. I REALLY want to finish this one.
How I will get it quilted is beyond me but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.