Thursday, June 24, 2010
Click here to purchase online: Quilt Ruler Connector
Next we have an amazing ruler with built in grips so it won't slip, a guideline marker so you won't make mis-cuts and angle markers to help you with your 60 and 45 degree angle cuts!
This 6" x 12" ruler has a built in guideline marker that helps you really see where you are cutting. No more mis-cuts or messy masking tape!
Click here to purchase it online: Guidelines 6" x 12" Ruler
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Click here to purchase Shaping Up online.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Click here to purchase them online: Leading Ladies and Supporting Cast
Monday, June 14, 2010
You can purchase the pattern using this link: Over the River & through the Woods Quilt .
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
I have brought in Mary Ellen's Best Press Products . We have some small 6 ounce bottles in Lavender Fields, Citrus Grove, Caribbean Beach & Scent Free scents. As well as large 16 oz. spray bottles for once you are hooked!
When you use Best Press there's no flaking, clogging, or white residue on dark fabrics. A special stain shield protects fabrics and helps resist wrinkles. Best of all ,it's more effective than any starch you've ever used. The scents are light and fresh - I especially love the Citrus Grove. There is a scent free best press for those who are sensitive to fragrances.
I know I'm not the only ironing addict out there...when I had my first son we lived in a small bungalow with wood floors. I used to set the ironing board up in the bedroom beside the bed so I could put things away as soon as they were done. When I iron, I use a steam generator iron and a lot - and I mean a lot of starch. Apparently starch will leave a residue on a wood floor that makes it as slippery as an ice rink. My hubby would come home and walk in the bedroom in his socks and slide all over the place. One night we went visiting his mom and he started bragging about what a good housewife I am and how I always had the floors waxed to perfection. I know it is wrong...but I didn't correct him! I'm sure she was aware that modern hardwood doesn't require waxing but she didn't say anything either. At any rate, now he does the laundry and floors just aren't "waxed" like they used to be.