Saturday, September 14, 2013


The garden is quickly fading, school is back in session and fall is definitely upon us here in Wilmington.          

Next Tuesday Auntie Ju's will head for Oaks PA for the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza XX at the Greater Pennsylvania Expo Center.  The show is open from September 19 - 22, 2013, Thursday thru Saturday, from 10am to 6pm and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

We've been busy working on new samples for our fall shows.



We have made up kits for two projects from the book, "Bewitched Threads".  You can click on the picture names for information on how you can obtain the book and kits..

These are "Sweet and Spooky Wool Halloween Ornaments".  Our kit contains all materials to make two sets of 6 ornaments.

I am presently working on this sample, made with Flag Day Farm Toweling as the background, with wool appliqué embellishments.  This table runner is 16" x 36".  On the pattern picture it appears to be folded in half and used as a mantel decoration, so it is very utile.  Check our website for the JOY kit which will be listed soon.

This toweling is available on our website and we have used it before for the 'Simple Blessing' from "French Inspirations for Artful Hands".

Nothing adds warmth and texture to quilts like wool appliqué.  Tara Lynn Darr shows you how to spice up your quilts with a cozy mix of wool hexagons, stars, blooms and more in this charming collection of 11 small scrappy quilts.

Inspired by their love of antique 19th Century quilts, the Patchwork Divas recreate these quilted treasures of the past with 1800's reproduction fabrics.  There is a project for every skill level among this book's 16 classic quilts.  While on our website be sure to take a look at the reproduction fabrics we have available.

The 2013 Fall Issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects is now available and it's filled with beautiful fall projects.

If you're in the Philly area, be sure to stop by the quilt show and say 'hey', you'll be able to see all of the above products in person!

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