Black Friday Sale

The Tessa Quilt - Charley Harper Version - Kitchen Table Quilting

Black Friday sale details are listed below - visit shop.kitchentablequilting.com to check out the sale! 


Black Friday 2020

Black Friday Shopping

Rainbow Modern Postage Stamp Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

This time of year, I like to use sales from various shops to stock up on sewing essentials. I don't know what the sales will look like with this crazy year that we have had, but I thought I'd share some of the things that I have stocked up on in the past.

I will be having a sale in my shop which will start on Thursday and go through Monday. If you are an email subscriber, you will get early access to the sale on Wednesday. If you aren't already on the mailing list, you can signup below.

Subscribe

* indicates required

  • Batting. As you can imagine, I go through a TON OF BATTING. Usually 3 rolls per year. I generally buy Warm & Natural, Warm & White, or Pellon - Joann's sometimes has a great sale, but I have even purchased these from overstock.com, Amazon, or Walmart so it's good to check around (also, make sure the the items you are comparing are the same size - not all batting rolls are the same). 
  • Thread. Almost every year, I stock up on thread at the Fat Quarter Shop. They had a sale a few weeks ago and I bought a few cones of thread, but I will likely buy 1 or 2 more since the Dove Gray color (it's Aurifil 2600, my favorite) was sold out. 
  • Stripology XL ruler. I don't know if there will be on sale anywhere, but I'm planning on getting this for myself for Christmas. I was pretty reluctant when I first got a regular Stripology ruler because it is expensive and big, but I will admit that I actually love it. The regular ruler isn't wide enough to effectively cut WOF strips, but the XL is - I think I need it. 
  • Backing fabric. I had been working through my stash of backing fabrics to try to make room in my sewing room, but now my stash of backing options is kind of sad and it needs to be bulked up. I don't know where I will be buying, but here are the shops that I will be checking out.

That's about it - I like to keep things pretty simple over here. What are you shopping for this year? Do you have any great shops that I should check out?

The Judy Quilt - Halloween Version

 The week of Halloween, I decided I needed a Halloween Quilt. Since I had just released The Judy Quilt Pattern and I knew that it was a quick quilt to put together, I decided to use the pattern.


The Judy Quilt - Halloween Version

Generally I don't buy holiday fabrics, so my stash of Halloween fabrics was (almost) nonexistent. Instead, I picked a variety of fall-ish/Halloween-ish fabrics and got to work.

Updated Eliza Quilt Pattern Sizes

Eliza Quilt

One of my goals for the next year is to update a couple of older patterns and add additional size options to others. The pattern that I get the most emails about is the Eliza Quilt - this pattern previously only had instructions for a lap size version, but I have a treat for you today.


The Eliza Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

The Judy Quilt - Wonderful World Version

 Have you seen Sarah Jane's new Wonderful World fabric collection? It is adorable. I have been a huge Sarah Jane fan since I started quilting (see here, here, here, and here). I saw Wonderful World and promptly designed the Judy Quilt Pattern just so I had the perfect pattern to make with it. 


The Judy Quilt Pattern in Wonderful World - Kitchen Table Quilting

The message of this collection is so sweet and so needed right now - be the good. I loved being able to fussy cut the messages from the panel and some of the sweet scenes from the prints. 
Powered by Blogger.