Second Fall Show 2013

Okay, it is not really fall, yet we are at our second show of the "fall" season. This weekend we are in Pittsburgh at the Monroeville Convention Center, with the Original Sewing Expo

Our booth is front and center (311) and we have added some new items! We now carry a beautiful selection of wool, silk, alpaca and cashmere blended yarns, knitting needles and crochet hooks. Last week we got in a huge shipment of some of the newest Alexander Henry prints and of course our beautiful Kokka fabrics with lots of tone on tones to match all the one hit wonders.
Such wonderful new yarn had to be put out front & center.

Crochet a Rug

This is a resource page for all of my wonderful students. Making rugs using scrap fabric is a fairly time honored frugal activity. I don't want to reinvent the wheel so ... here are some links to help you remember what you learned in class.

The Quilting and Knitting Expo in Columbia, SC

Here is the low down on the show we will be at this weekend. Come out and meet us. We have been working hard to bring lots of new bundles, sale fabrics, So Many new Alexander Henry fabrics --these are not even up in the online shop yet!! AND we have added wool yarn and wool wovens to dye yourself.
Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17, 2013
from 9 am - 5 pm 
at the Jamil Shrine Center, 206 Jamil Road, Columbia, SC (located off of I-26 at St. Andrews Rd.  Exit 106.)

This is a fabulous shopping opportunity for anyone that loves quilting or knitting!  This is our newest show and we are very excited to be in Columbia with all the fabulous quilt guilds there.  And we didn't forget the knitters.  There will be 35 vendors selling cotton fabrics, hand dyed wool fabrics, books, patterns, notions, threads, kits, yarns, sewing machines, long arm quilting machines, stained glass quilting designs, gifts, buttons, vintage linens, embellishments and more!  We hope to see you in Columbia for the first event of the fall quilting season. 

New Fall Classes

Well, we are in high gear, getting ready for the 2013 Fall Quilt Season. We will be traveling for 10 of the 16 weekends between now and the new year, so there are a lot of opportunities for you to shop our booth and to take a class with ME! Here we go...

Crochet A Rug 

 Here is a wonderful way to use up fabric you loved (past tense) and bought lots of. See how to make hundreds of yards of ‘yarn’ from the fabric sitting in your stash! For class, however, Colleen does all the work, providing pre-ripped fabric yarn, instructions and a crochet hook. You do NOT need to know how to crochet to attend and complete your rug successfully. 


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