Monday, June 26, 2017

Let's Get Quilting - Fangtastic 8 pc. bundle



"Fangtastic" features fun and whimsical Halloween motifs in bright colors with glow in the dark accents. There is a vampire on his way to visit a haunted mansion and the other patterns featured in this collection are black cats, bats, grave stones, dancing skeletons, spiders, pumpkins, a large stripe and dots all containing touches of glow in the dark. Perfect for all of your fun Halloween projects. 



Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Heather Mulder Peterson's Big Splash Schoolhouse


Heather Mulder Peterson held a schoolhouse at the recent Quilt Market where she featured her recent books and the new collection with Henry Glass called "Big Splash."  Here is the schoolhouse video so you can follow along!

Monday, June 12, 2017

Let's Get Quilting - Vintage, a wine lover's dream collection of 16 pcs!


Vintage - a wine lover's dream collection by designer Mary Beth Baker. This collection will ship to quilt shops in August.



Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Meet the June Desire to Inspire Challenger - Diane Kazar


First, a huge THANK YOU to everyone who put their hat in the ring to be part of the Desire to Inspire Challenge for June. We had a record number of entries, so we really thank you very much! 

Second, it was hard to choose, so we did just a random selection this month, and chose Diane Kazar from Monroe, NJ as this month's challenger! 

Congratulations Diane! We can't wait to see how you get inspired with the "I Still Love Snow" fabric! 



Monday, June 5, 2017

Let's Get Quilting - a Kim Diehl 6 pc. bundle giveaway



This Kim Diehl giveaway is sure to please fans everywhere, especially those who have participated in the Simple Whatnots Club events!   We are currently in the 6th collection of the Simple Whatnot's Club, so the question to answer on the blog is: Have you ever made a Simple Whatnot's Club Project?

We can't wait to see all the fans of this fun little club that quilt shops host.



Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Meet Jill Majers, the May Challenger for Desire to Inspire, who has presents of her own to give you!




Meet Desire to Inspire May Challenger, Jill Majers.


Hi, My name is Jill Majers. I live in a small town in central Utah. We moved here recently and have spent the last seven months trying to get settled. We’re getting there but it takes a while.

I have a wonderful family that includes my husband, two sons, a daughter, two
daughter-in-laws, and three grandchildren. We love the times when we can all get together and spend time enjoying everyone.

I grew up in an even smaller town about thirty miles from here and had a
wonderful childhood on a large farm complete with animals and room to roam
more freely than most children today. My Mom kept us busy with all sorts of
crafts. By the time I was twelve, I could sew, knit, crochet, embroidery, and
needlepoint. A memorable saying in our house was there is no such thing as
boredom, only lazy minds so get busy. 

As a young mother I sewed most of my children’s clothing, as well as a good portion of my own. In 1993 we moved to northwest Montana to an area that has a passion for quilting. I had always wanted to quilt and since my children were getting older and no longer wanting homemade clothing, it seemed that now was the perfect time. I took a beginning class and loved it.

I love the challenge quilting provides and especially enjoy designing quilts. I love piecing, applique both by hand and machine, and foundation piecing. I also love buying fabric!

My goal with these fabrics was to show what can be done with one panel. I
separated the panel into separate projects and had a wonderful time just creating with it. 


First I used the large center Santa and made a wall hanging. I included all of the other fabrics that I was supplied with in the project.


Then I used the gift box pieces and the large Christmas lights down each side to
make a table runner. I also included many of the other fabrics in this project.


Last I made two sets of potholders with matching hand towels. the first one again used the the large Christmas lights, on the sides of the panel, and the fabric with the all over small Christmas lights. The potholders are backed and bound with red snowflake fabric.

The second set is the only project that doesn’t include anything from the panel. I used the Santa face fabric, the black snowflake fabric and the green scattered Santa fabric.

All my projects were fun, fast, and pretty easy. I’ve included instructions if you
would like to try any or all of them.

Many thanks to Henry Glass for giving me this opportunity. The fabrics are a joy to work with! If you would like to see more of what I do, please visit my blog at:

I’m also on Instagram at @jill.majers.



And now, a Merry Christmas present to you from Jill: 

Jill has included a PDF of the instructions for all these projects here!  







Let's Get Quilting - 10 pc. bundle of Nana Mae fabrics from Henry Glass



Look at all these beautiful 1930's reproduction prints in florals, novelties, and dots. This week's giveaway is a 10 pc bundle from the Nana Mae collection from Henry Glass Fabrics.