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    Ready to Have Some Sewing Fun?

    by Sarah November 28, 2016

    Treat yourself to some fun and get a sewing “Grab Bag“! These little boxes of happy are a great way to explore different fabric and notions at a great price. You never know what you’ll get. Choose from 2 sizes: a Half bag or a Full bag. A “Half Bag” contains 1 yard of fabric, 1 spool of Isacord Thread, 2 packs…

  • We’ve been going nuts over these Embroider Buddies! They’re so cute and soft; you can’t help but snuggle them. Best of all, you can customize them any way you like. Don’t have an embroidery machine? No problem! You can also hand embroider, use transfer designs, or even patches. Let your creativity run wild! All you need is a 4×4 hoop, which is…

  • Having task-specific presser feet make sewing faster and easier. However, with so many presser feet out there, it’s difficult to know where to begin. And being that an individually sold presser foot costs on average $12, blindly selected a presser foot is costly. With that in mind, we created a 15 piece presser foot kit packed with the most-used presser feet. It…

  • Few things are as frustrating as having my thread tails constantly unwinding from my thread spool. Not only does it create a a mess, but it also wastes valuable thread. Instead of fighting your thread, tame those pesky tails with Spool Peels. Peels are simply a plyable strip of rubber that wraps around your thread spool to lock the tails in place.…

  • Having touble keeping your thread and bobbins organized? We don’t blame you. No one wants to waste precious time cleaning when they could be sewing. Instead of throwing your thread in a basket and bobbin off to who-knows-where, why not store them together? The Bobbini and Bobbin Clamp combo quickly stacks your bobbin on top of your thread spool, keeping both stored…

  • It may seem like an after thought, but taking the time to make your points and corners sharp¬†improves the overall¬†professional appearance of your project. As any seasoned seamstress will tell you, a point turner is a great little helper. This simple tool turns out your corners and curves, as well as creases seams. It ensures no fabric is stuck in the seam…

  • We love this tape measure. It’s so much better than tediously rolling up a traditional tape measure. But there’s more to this tool than just a recoil button. Instead of the typical 60 inches, this tape measure is 120 inches – perfect for quilters. It’s also double sided. One side has inches and the other side is measured in 1/8 of a…

  • Professional quilts have perfectly finished binding. The binding is snug against the quilt; no bubbles or puckers. For us mere mortals, this use to mean a lot of guess work and hoping for the best. Well, not anymore. The Binding Tool does all the work for you. Before any of the fun starts, you need to have 2 things finished. 1. There…

  • I don’t think I can emphasize enough the importance of thread quality. It’s not that you must always use top-of-the-line thread for every project; it’s that you want to use the right quality for the right project. For instance, I’m not going to use my expensive thread to sew basting stitches. It’ll just making ripping them out even harder. But I will…

  • There’s a reason basting spray is popular with so many quilter; it’s easier and faster. Basically, you put your projects in the fast lane with this stuff. You also take away the risk of dropping pins or even worse – disappearing pins. Nothing’s worse than tip toeing across the room dodging pins and needles. Basting Spray is only temporary. It comes out…

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