Be inspired with these beautiful patterns by Log Cabin Quilt Works because we were when Marilyn Summers brought her quilts in for display in our shop! One of them really caught our eye and we just had to share with everyone !!!
Quilt made by Marilyn Summers , Pattern “From the Wild” by Log Cabin Quiltworks
These Patterns Available now at My Heritage Fabrics
Oh the possibilities with this cute Christmas tree block. Table runners, full quilts, aprons, pillows, gift bags, I could go on and on about this block.
If you have the chance to make one we would love to see how you use it in your project. Send us a picture and we will post it for everyone to gather some inspiration! We love to share everyone’s creativity!
Happy Holidays and we hope you enjoy this tutorial!
WOW…. WHAT A SNOW STORM . I DON’T ABOUT ANYBODY ELSE BUT I LOVE IT!!!! WHAT A GOOD EXCUSE TO SIT INSIDE WITH A CUP OF HOT COCOA AND SEW AWAY!!!! HERE ARE A FEW IDEAS TO HELP YOU ON YOUR WAY TO HOLIDAY SEWING. ( DON’T FORGET OUR HOLIDAY FABRIC IS ON SALE THIS WEEK TOO!)
LOOK AT THIS FUN TURKEY PLACEMAT……..FUN FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING TABLE! CLICK HERE FOR LINK
CHEVRONS ARE STILL HOT AND NOW YOU CAN HAVE THAT CUTE MODERN LOOK FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SEASON….THIS TUTORIAL ALSO COMES WITH THE CUTE PUMPKINS THAT MAKE A GREAT ACCENT TO YOUR TABLE. ( click here)
I HOPE EVERYONE STAYS WARM AND COZY THIS WEEK , AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE PIC BELOW ……. I AM TRYING MY HARDEST TO STAY WARM. SEW EVERYONE, SEW HAPPY AND SEW WARM FOR ME!!!!! ( THIS PIC WAS TAKEN AFTER I SANK INTO A COLD CREEK THAT WAS COVERED WITH A FOOT OF SNOW)
Anyone looking for great gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season? It is getting to be that time of year ….. actually that dreaded time of year when you feel so overwhelmed with gift buying. Many of you know that we carry cute mini button blankets called Mouse Blankets that are great to use up some of your scraps. If you haven’t been in for a while there are many more fun designs to choose from. Sue Kinn, one of our very dear customers designs these darling patterns and has a variety to choose from ( My favorite is ” Fairyland”).
SEW if you need an extra gift or something for a friend or …….this is a novel idea…..something for YOU , come on in.!
Okay I need to admit that I am hooked on Pinterest. I am trying to get my mom (Marlene) to check it out for some great ideas for her shop but with all the extra time she does NOT have I think I will try posting my new finds!!! There are so many creative people out there with so many creative ideas that I am excited to share them with you.
I ran across this darling baby quilt and being one of the many this summer to have completed our beginning quilting class found myself jumping up and down saying” I can make this, I can make this”! Even if you are an experienced quilter this quilt just screams ” Make me”. So I hope everyone enjoys this tutorial and know there will be many more to come for crafty weekends. Happy Sewing everyone!
I looked many places for a witch boot pattern to make for my mom’s store. My intentions were just to make some Halloween decor to display in the shop. I just couldn’t find anything out there and Viola before you know it…….. I somehow ended up with a pattern that has earned my moms’ and Evelyns’, my beginning quilting teacher, approval to be deemed saleable in the store!!! Never in my life would I have thought I could do this or even wanted to for that matter. I only know the basics in sewing and refused my mom many times when I was younger to learn how to sew properly. I guess this shows what a little persistence can do and drive to see my mom’s dream succeed. So to all the new sewers out there and all the new quilters ….. You can do this. You can create anything you can imagine. As a beginner I know it can all seem overwhelming at first but by step by step and having a handle on the basics ……your creations are endless. KEEP SEWING ON ONE STITCH AT A TIME!!!!! :}
BOOTS CAN BE PURCHASED ALREADY MADE UP OR YOU CAN PURCHASE THE PATTERN EXCLUSIVELY AT MY HERITAGE FABRICS
We have several great classes coming up this week:
Zesty Lime – Table Runner
May 2 (Wed) 6—9 PM
Cost: $18 plus book
Instructor: Sundee Peterson
Sill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
This Gathering Friends table runner used three fabrics to create a fun table runner. You will learn how to make flying geese and square-in-a-square blocks on this project.
May 2 (Wed) 11—2 PM
Instructor: LaRae Clark
Skill Level: Beginner
Cost: $15 pattern included
Paper piecing is a great way to accomplish precision sewing; precise, sharp points and perfectly matched intersections. This is a great class for those wanting to learn paper piecing or advance their skills!
Flirty Skirty Apron
May 3 (Thurs) 5—9 PM
Instructor: LaWane Boltz
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Cost: $20 plus pattern
Spring is here and there is nothing more fun for Easter morning or Mothers Day than a fresh new apron. Come and make one for yourself or make for a friend. This simple but adorable pattern is as fun for a beginner as it is for the experienced sewer. This apron can be completed in class time and will be admired by all.
May 3 (Thurs) All Day
Come sew among friends and work to reduce your UFO list!
May 5 (Sat) 10—4 PM
Bring a friend and join us for a full day of demos, make-and-takes and fun! Projects include: pincushions, book-mark, needle holder, fabric rosettes and much more!