|We are expanding our selection of wide backs, including this very bright and pretty batik.|
|Plus this fan favorite, Circle Play. We have it coming in several different colors.|
|We have carried Moda's popular plush fireside for several years, it has come mostly in darker colors. Well, here it is in beautiful pastels. At 60" width, it's a perfect backing for baby quilts and lap throws. I find it easier to work with and less messy than some comparable brands.|
|This is how I spent my sewing time last Sunday. I finished up three cosmetic bags to have as gifts at a holiday luncheon with friends on Monday. These are made with the new cork cloth. We have a free pattern for this bag. Super simple and all of the seams are finished, inside and out.|
|Looks like a bunch of Santa bags, doesn't it? Kinda is. These pillowcases, stuffed full of gifts with more that won't even fit in the pillowcase, are ready to be picked up and delivered to folks at the Dallas County Crisis Intervention and Domestic Violence Shelter. Thank you to these gals for their generous contributions:|
|I followed the plaid lines in this shirt to quilt it on to Soft and Stable interfacing. Love that stuff for stabilizing bags. I also put binding around the top and top-stitched the bag handles on the outside of the bag. Super simple, free download pattern here.|
We have straps, magnetic snaps and Soft and Stable interfacing in stock now.
|I've been playing with cork cloth and really finding it super easy to work with. From a half yard cut ($10), you can make 4 wallets or 4 cosmetic bags or 2 of each.|
|This is a shot of the cosmetic bag inside. Visit us during our Holiday Open House, Dec 6, 7 & 8 and we will give you a free pattern to make this cosmetic bag.|
|Santa stopped by Story City last weekend to check in. |
He will be in Adel on Friday evening, December 7, for the Adel Holiday Open House - Sip and Sample. We will be serving chocolate, bacon covered puff corn and warm apple cider wine from Penoach Winery. We will also feature Flo's assortment of aprons that eve, great gifts!
|Olivia made this tree for the top of my tree. Sweet.|
|Julia S calls this her Free Quilt. It's made up from leftover block parts with no new fabric added. Julia is planning a few gatherings for next spring to help you make your own Free Quilt so start gathering up all of those leftover block units, binding strips, squares and strips.|