Our newest quilting cotton blender design is a subtle tone-on-tone print called Shadowplay. Although blenders are traditionally used for quilts, this new group will work in any project that needs a coordinate print as an alternative to a solid shade. And, with 24 colours to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the right match!
Digital printing is the latest innovation being used to create complex and photo realistic images on fabric. Using this exciting new printing method, the first group of florals, fruits, tropical looks and more is in stores now. Smell the roses … taste the lemons … enjoy the wonder of life-like images. Printed on quilting weight cotton, this new group will be sure to add an extra dimension for your next special project.
Organic cotton prints and solids are new additions to your craft and sewing fabric choices in stores now!!
The cotton is grown to have a low impact on the environment without the use of toxic pesticides and uses low-impact inks and dyes. It is strictly monitored from seed to finished product and must pass regular inspections to earn the coveted GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certificate.
With cute prints for baby and more and a coordinating group of solids, these GOTS certified cottons will be just what you need for your next special project.
Need a quick gift? Or just want something new and fun to keep you warm? Make a back-to-back throw in under an hour using cozy, fuzzy chenille.
It’s super simple with a lot of pins! You need 1.3m of both the chenille fur for the face and the micro chenille for the back. Trim selvedges and straighten both edges of the micro chenille to have a 1.25×1.5cm (50×60″) rectangle. Lay the micro chenille over top of the fur chenille with right sides together and pin every 7cm (3″). Trim the chenille fur to match the micro chenille. Stitch 1.25cm (.5″) around the entire throw leaving a 15cm (6″) opening. Remove pins, turn right side out and hand or machine stitch the opening closed. That’s it!