Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Over the Rainbow

Click this link to see our different options for participating in this beautiful Moda "Spring Bouquet" Block of the Month by Laundry Basket Quilts using Over the Rainbow Batiks. There are thirteen months of blocks involved.  Package B also includes the corresponding Aurifil thread box.



The Dorrian Joke of the Week:

Where do fortune tellers go out dancing?

The Crystal Ball.



Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Summer Bags

We have been packing up kits for different summer bags!  Stop by to check them out!

For information on the kits, go to our website.




The Dorrian Joke of the Week:

Why can't a skeleton play music in Church?

It has no organs.



Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Stars and 3D

This month's block of the month was a stripped eight pointed star using Marti Michell templates.  Click the link for the templates.

A video of how to make the star follows in four sections:
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Part 1

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Part 2

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Part 3

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Part 4

Also this week we got in 3D fabric!  Stop by to check it out! Allan and I love the fabric... As seen in the photo below.


The Dorrian Joke of the Week:

What is a tree's favorite soda?

Root beer.


Tuesday, June 5, 2012

New Fabric, Patterns, and Notions

We got in our Camelot Cottons Star Wars fabric (Click link here.)  My niece has already made a tote bag using the fabric and a pattern from the book Bags, the modern classics : clutches, hobos, satchels & more by Sue Kim. (Click link here.)



Elaine made this "Classmate" pouch following the pattern by Atkinson designs. (Click the link)  She says, "the sewing gods were with me!" as she worked on it.  The bag is great for not only sewing supplies, but can also be used for school supplies or as a makeup case.  A class will be forming so call the shop if you are interested.  






Another new item we have at the store is the Jillily Studio "Poke-A-Dots."  They are sticky thimbles that we have been using a lot around the shop.


The Dorrian Joke of the Week:

There was a midget physic that broke out of jail.  The headline was, "Small Medium at Large."