Sunday, June 28, 2009

Notions Added to Website

We have been adding more of our notions to the website...this is a sampling of some of our best selling notions! If you are looking for something but can't find it just send me an email and I will track it down for you!

Bohin Mechanical Chalk Pencil Water soluble, can be washed out or erased with any fabric eraser. Very fine line ios 0.9 mm.



Bohin Flat Head Applique Pins
Extremely fine point to minimize holes, excellent resistance and strength. We love these for use with Quilt Patis and Puff Quilting Clips.



Perfect Circles
4 each of 15 sizes from 7/16in to 2in, plus ring to store circles & detailed instructions for hand or machine applique.



Machingers S/M and Machingers M/L Machingers quilting gloves are the perfect tool to use when quilting on a home sewing machine. Made of breathable nylon, Machingers are comfortable enough to wear for hours. The fingertip coating gives full control with less resistance and drag on fabric while quilting.

Bias Tape Maker 3/4 inch, Bias Tape Maker 1/2 inch, Bias Tape Maker 1/4 inch . For a perfectly matched bias tape, make your own! It is easy simply cut bias strips 4 times finished width and press as it's pulled through the tape maker.


Solvy Lightweight Water Soluble Stabilizer 19 1/2in x 3yds It's like magic! The perfect stabilizer and transfer agent that dissolves in water. Use as a design template, as a pattern guide and a a stitch support. Ideal when you to not want any stabilizer to show on top or bottom. Solvy Lightweight Water Soluble Stabilizer 19 1/2in x 3yds


Lite Steam A Seam 2 12in Double stick fusible for a temporary hold to both fabrics. Applique pieces stay in place and are still repositionable until fused. 12 inches wide - sold by the metre.



Colour Wheel Provides a simple visual aid for illustrating and teaching color relationships.

1 comment:

Betweens said...

the Bohn pencil I use all the time for my dark fabrics it is a wonderful tool for marking. I am so glad you got them in I was getting them from the Cotton Mill at quilt shows.
karen Kay Buckly Perfect Circles no quilter can be without them!!