Lots going on…
Thank you for voting for our October theme. Scrap Busters it is! We’re brainstorming some fun projects and ways to get involved, so stay tuned. We won’t throw out those other theme ideas though–we look forward to covering some of those topics in the future. And thanks to everyone who expressed an interest in charitable sewing. It has been something that we’ve been talking about for awhile, so we’re super excited to hear that it interests you too. You’ll definitely be hearing more about that.
In case you missed it, here is the post about our pajama sew-along. It’s not too late to join in the fun.
Next time you’re looking at patterns in the shop, look for a link to a corresponding pattern review. We’ve finally linked them all. Not all patterns have been reviewed, of course, but there are a lot.
There are tons of new collections coming soon, so we’re making some room in the shop. Check out this huge list of reductions! Go to the individual collections, or see All Sale and All Clearance (50% off.)
Crazy Eight by Sandy Gervais
Darla by Tanya Whelan
Del Hi by Valori Wells
Far, Far Away by Heather Ross
Figgy Pudding by Basic Grey
My Folklore from Lecien
French Hatbox by Tanya Whelan
Good Folks by Anna Maria Horner
Little House by Annette Tatum
London Calling from Robert Kaufman
Metro Market by Monaluna
Mingle by Monaluna
Rainbow Garden by Prints Charming
Red Letter Day by Elizabeth House
Snippets by Sandy Klop/American Jane
Summer Soiree by Paula Prass
Wildwood by Erin McMorris
Charisma by Chez Moi
County Fair by Denyse Schmidt
Darcey by Anna Griffin
Fiona by Anna Griffin
Ginseng by Joel Dewberry
Nigella by Amy Butler
Riley by Anna Griffin
Wonderland by Momo
Wondland Wonderland by Jay McCarroll
Natura from Alexander Henry
When you look closely at this fabric, it gives the illusion that it has been painted on canvas. Gorgeous!
Hushabye by Tula Pink
Perfect for babies, but not limited to the nursery. Includes our favorite print, Droplets, in 6 colors!
Time for us to get in a scrap-busting mind set. So tell us–what do you do with your fabric scraps? Do they pile up in boxes or bags? Do you fold them and file them? Do you toss them out or donate them? Do you use them in quilts or on cards? We want to know. On Monday we’ll randomly select 5 people to win one yard of free fabric. Have a great weekend!