April is bringing us a slow warm up here in northwestern Minnesota, and we are okay with that! We have a lot of snow to melt and the more time it takes, the less excess water we have to deal with. But, we are still anxious for Spring to really start - stores already have seed packets for flowers and vegetables, and we are already planning gardens. What better time to welcome a line of fabrics devoted to our favorite pollinators?
Deb Strain's Bee Joyful line is full of great prints, and a panel in three color ways!
Here is the panel in black - it also comes in cream and gray.
Plus, we couldn't help but notice how nicely these fabrics play with the neutrals from Metropolis.
We have prints from Lewis & Irene that celebrate British motifs, from beefeaters to Big Ben!
A new kit, Charming Snowball Pinwheels, perfect as a small wall hanging, table topper, or even pillow!
Speaking of pillows, if you picked up a Corey Yoder panel when it was the JEM of the Week, here's a idea! Take a design for the panel, give it a modified log cabin treatment, and turn it into a ray of sunshine for your couch or bed!
This week's JEM of the Week is a Looking Forward layer cake from Jen Kingwell! Lots of vibrant prints!
Soon we will have a little dress for one of our Tilda's Friends to wear! These soft stuffed animals have been hanging around the store in their bloomers, and we thought you might like to see them dressed up, too!
Hope you are soon able to wear your own favorite summer frock!Upcoming classes:First Friday with Connie
April 5 at 6:30pm, must pre-register!
Jelly Roll Rug
- back by popular demand! April 6 & 13! (Imagine how this would look in one of those Sweet Pea & Lily Jelly Rolls!) Look at this beautiful example of a happy student and her jelly roll rug finished project!Quilting 101
with Connie begins April 16th at 6:30pm and runs for 8 weeks. Click through for more information and to register!Machine Quilting on Your Home Machine
with Lorraine, April 30th 6-9pm
Coming in JULY! Stella Block with Jennifer Halbur! July 16 & 17, 6-9pm. Save the date!