Thursday, March 6, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Monday, March 3, 2014
Also we have our "Dress your Table" series going and our March is SO CUTE!!! It is definitely one of my fav's!!! We have kits and patterns available at the shop!!
And finally our "Journey of a Quilter" Block of the month is ready to begin. This is a really cute quilt with embroidery and piecing and we have mixed up the colors to make it a fun appealing quilt for all. It begins Thursday March 27 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Registration is $25.00 and the cost is $19.00 a month. We are expecting some big shipments this week and have a ton of new projects ready for you to begin!! Call the shop for any of the things you need!! (801) 495-4290!! Lots more to share with you soon!
|Journey of a quilter block 1|
|Journey of a quilter block 2|
Monday, February 10, 2014
Sorry for my lack of posting, I fell and broke my wrist in 3 places and have been out of commission. But, I'm so excited to tell you we have lots of newness in! Minimalista by Art Gallery, precuts of Happy go Lucky" by our favorites Bonnie and Camille and they are delightful!
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Thursday, January 16, 2014
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Our incredibly talented Dana has started a new monthly project! Last year, she did her paper pieced pincushions and this year she is doing a monthly tabletopper. I apologize I didn't get this out sooner, cause we are out of the January kit but will be showing March in a week or so. This is the February one, darling I know! We have a limited supply of kits so hurry in and get yours!
Monday, January 13, 2014
16 inch straw wreath
7-8 skeins of fat fiber yarn
Clover extra large Pom Pom maker
Clover Extra Large Yo Yo maker
Open both sides
Wrap yarn leaving a small tail
After you have wrapped both sides, close both sides. With a sharp pair of scissors cut the wrapped yarn. Do not open it up yet!!
Wrapping both sides nice and tight
Close the yo yo maker
Using a sharp pair of scissors cut both sides. Do not open it yet!
Now before opening up again, tie and knot a strand of yarn, make sure and pull this nice and tight so you have a tight Pom Pom. Open up the arms of the maker and fluff up and give it a haircut trimming off any long pieces.
Once you have made all your pom pom's start gluing and pinning on to your wreath until the entire thing is covered. Fluff and trim it up. You could add a ribbon or embellish it. You know have a knock off of the Anthropologie yarn pom pom wreath.