Quilt Market Report – Part #3

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I told you today we'd look at what RJR Fabrics has new for us. It's a wonderful reproduction line from one of my favorite eras in quilting. The group is called Roaring 20s and Beyond by Bestey Telford. It's based on quilts in her collection. She owns Rocky Mountain Quilts.

Roaring20s RJR 1

The 61 fabrics in this collection were selected from the three quilts shown above and will arrive in shops during March 2007.

In cooperation with Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, the pattern for the Tumbling Blocks Mosaic quilt will appear in their April 2007 issue. You'll be able to purchase a kit to make this quilt.

Roaring20s RJR 2

Here's just a few of these charming prints!

Roaring 20s Swatches

This beautiful Eight Point Star quilt will be a free pattern available on the RJR Fabrics web site when the fabric is released.

Roaring20s RJR 3

During the 1930s the making of Yo-Yo quilts was a popular thing to do. It was a great way to use up even the smallest scraps of fabric. Leave it to the folks at Clover to come up with a way to make that process easier.

Clover Yo-yos

The Clover yo-yo maker is similar to a little button maker where a circle of fabric is held together between two circular shapes. They are available in two sizes. The inside section is a disc, the outside is similar to a saucer. Snap your fabric circle into the yo-yo maker and sew a running stitch around the edge using the little moon shaped stitching guides along the edge. Go in through the beginning, and out at the end of a moon to make a stitch. When you've sewn around the circle, pop that baby out of the disc by pushing through the hole in the middle, pull the thread to gather the fabric circle and knot off your thread. It's one of those things that once you start, you're addicted.

Clover Yo-yo maker

I always want to know what Lazy Girl Designs is up to. They have a fantastic new book published through Leisure Arts. It's called Bold Bags Lazy Girl Designs. It's filled with great, easy to make bags we've come to expect from them.

Bold Bags Lazy Girl Designs

Barb Adams and Alma Allen at Blackbird Designs have brought us another wonderful book filled with a unique style that's all their own. Their new book is Birds Of A Feather.

Birds Of A Feather

More great gadgets!

Keep your rotary blades nice and sharp with this new Blade Sharpener.

Rotary Cutter Sharpener

To keep your quilts and other fine washables clean try this new gentle Quilt Clean and Fine Fabric Wash from Friendly Products.

Quilt Clean and Fine Fabric Wash

Linda Franz has added a second collection to her Inklingo series. This new group is for triangles.

Inklingo Collection 2 Triangles

And from one of my favorite manufacturers we have Hobbs Tuscany Collection batting. They say try it once and you'll be hooked.

Hobbs Tuscany Batting

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One Response to “Quilt Market Report – Part #3”

  1. Kim December 5, 2006 at 6:46 pm #

    Oh my gosh! I have a TON of that fabric — in the original!

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