New product listings this week — back by popular demand:
Reg. Price: $15.95 // ON SALE: $13.99
This product has been SOLD OUT and ON BACKORDER at the manufacturer level for many months. I’m happy to announce that the manufacturer has got a new supply and we’ve got some in stock NOW! Draw appliqué motifs or print them on these handy sheets with an ink-jet printer, fuse the paper to your appliqué fabric, sew on the motif, then just wash away the paper after stitching. Appliqués are soft and flexible without the need to cut your quilt or remove freezer paper. Package of 25 sheets.
Reg. Price: $9.95 // ON SALE: $8.99
Use Carol Doak’s fabulous Foundation Paper in most inkjet or laser printers or copy machines with no shrinking, curling, or turning brittle! Paper holds up beautifully during stitching; tears away easily when you’re done
What makes Carol Doak’s Foundation Paper different?
It is lightweight so it won’t create bulk when you join sections
It is absorbent so there is less ink transfer where you don’t want it
If you are a new or traditional quilter who would like to get started in Art Quilting but not sure where to begin, let Jane Davila help you with Surface Design Essentials.
This is your license to play! Whether you’re a quilter, a textile artist, or you dabble in mixed media, you’re going to love this tool. When you can’t find the exact fabric you need, make it yourself! Check out this video clip highlighting several techniques from the book:
Congratulations to all the winners!!! I was very excited to see so many names I recognize (too many to list them all here). Two names I was especially happy to see were Karen Eckmeier (aka the Quilted Lizard) and Gloria Hansen (author of Digital Essentials book and much more!).
Karen won 2nd place in the Innovative Pieced category sponsored by Omnigrid for her quilt, My Stash At 50 (aka Log Cabin with an Attitude).
You can find this quilt on page 35 of Karen’s Layered Waves book. You may also see more of Karen’s patterns and books available at SewThankful.
Gloria won 3rd place for Circles Collide and Honorable Mention for Whitley Decay in the Digital Imagery category sponsored by C & T Publishing. If you’re interested in learning more about digital imagery in quilts, you’ll want to make sure you check out her Digital Essentials book.