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Winter Twist Quilt from In the Beginning
Winter Twist from In the Beginning Fabrics
Jason Yenter has created a wonderful new version of an old favorite. He has introduced the Winter Twist which will become your favorite Christmas Quilt.
Check out this new quilt kit as well as the individual fabrics.



 
Kaffe Collective 2017 PWBM062 Green
Kaffe Collective 2017
We have some of the newest prints and coloration of old favorites from Kaffe, Brandon Mably and Phillip Jacobs.
We so enjoy these wonderful designers and know you will want to see the latest.



 
Dreamer by Windham Fabrics 42567 1
Dreamer by Carrie Bloomston
We have carried all of Carrie’s lines for Windham and love her style. We hope you will to.



 
Four Seasons Julie Paschkis Spring Wallhanging
Four Seasons by In The Beginning
Julie Paschkis has a wonderful folk art style and we love all of her collections.
With the Four Seasons, we will be able to have a new wall hanging for each season. We have just received the Spring group.
The lamb and lion kit is available now, but you can pre-order the other seasons so you won’t miss out.



 
Garden Delight In the Beginning 8GSE4
Garden Delights by In the Beginning
These wonderful small florals just bring us the sense of Spring. We are so pleased to have them.



 
Double Crossed Quilt Kit
Karla Alexander’s Newest Patterns
We wanted to put all these patterns together so you could see the newest from one of our favorite pattern designers.



 
Sue Sparto thread fixtures
Sue Spargo Wool Thread
Sue Spargo is one of our favorite teachers. She does such intriguing and fun handwork that we all want to just sit and stitch.
We have added her new wool thread that is being produced by Wonderfil out of Canada.
This thread comes on 70 yard spools so you can get a variety of colors so you will have just the right one for your project



 
Moda Regent Street Lawn 33192 14
Cotton Lawn
We have just received some of the newest cotton lawns from Moda. These 42" wide cottons are so soft and lightweight.
We think mostly of them for clothing, but they could be used in a simple quilt, possibly with just squares.