Today's Featured Shops

Cherry Basket Quilt Shop

Cotton Creations
If you love quality quilting fabric and a quilt shop with a bright and cheerful hometown feel, Cotton Creations is the shop for you.

EllaKate's Quilt Shoppe
Online quilt shoppe

Exquisite Fabrics
Online fabric store Specializing in high quality natural fiber fabrics Silks, woolens, cottons, linens Cashmere and luxury fabrics

J. Michelle Watts Designs

Limestone Threads

Needle in a Haystack
Needle In A Haystack Is A Kansas Quilting Shop Offering Kansas Quilting Services Such As Quilt Classes, Quilt Patterns, Quilt Kits And More. Contact Us For Your Next Kansas Quilt

Piecing It Together
We are making heirloom quilts today.

Redwork Plus
Scarlet Today/Redwork plus specializes in Redwork patterns. It is your one-stop shopping for everything you need for Redwork: Scarlet Today English needles, Scissors, he String Thing, patterns, thread and embroidery supplies.

Threads of Time Online
Shop our selection of cotton quilting fabric at Threads of Time Online! We have thousands of quality fabrics chosen by quilters, for quilters!

 

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Bird swatches are from the Birdie fabric line by Me and My Sister Designs

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Featured Product
Real Thread Chart

A new REAL thread chart for our Rayon, PolyDeco, and PolyLite lines is here! Select that perfect matching color of Sulky Rayon, Poly Deco, or PolyLite with a Sulky Color Card which has a generous amount of real thread samples of 388 colors of Sulky 40 wt. Rayon, all 102 colors of Sulky 30 wt. Rayon, all 24 Multi colors of PolyLite, as well as the 8 neon Sulky Poly Deco colors. The 130 solid colors of Poly Deco are denoted by their Rayon counterpart as are the 36 solid color of PolyLite. Real swatches of the White and Black Bobbin thread and Clear and Smoke Invisible are also on this card.

This thread chart is an invaluable tool to help you choose the right color, or oftentimes, the NEXT right color if you don’t have the perfect color in your stash. It can save you hours of frustration when doing computerized embroidery!

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Preventing "Waviness" in Quilt Borders

To help prevent "waviness" in your quilt borders, follow this guideline. When measuring for borders on your quilt, always measure from the center of the quilt across from side to side and from top to bottom, not along the outside edges. Cut your border pieces this measurement and ease any difference into the quilt when sewing the borders on.