Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Sewing Circles!
Secrets to Sewing Circles

Sewing a curved seam isn't as hard as you think! Watch Jody Sanders show you how to stitch up a Drunkard's Path block.

It takes two!

Not sure you want to try circles using the above method? Paula Stoddard introduces you to a helpful and easy method of turning the challenging elements of making difficult blocks into easy ones.
The Cheerio Quilt

Jenny Doan shows us how to make a lovely Cheerio Quilt using layer cakes (10" squares).
Easy Circle Ruler

Rotary cut circles from 2" to 10" finished size. Circle sizes include 1/4" seam allowance. Fabric is folded in half. Use a 28 mm rotary cutter.

This is a pre-order item. Please allow 10 - 14 days delivery.

Quick Trim Ruler CGRTM1
3 1/2" x 12 1/2"

By using the holes drilled in the centre of the ruler, draw circles from 2" to 22" in diameter- and every half-inch in between. Use the 45 degree angle lines- that cross at 1/4" to trim points from half-square triangles and flying geese. Embedded Gripper Strips hold fabric while cutting.

Last Minute Easter Treats!

Easter will be arriving before you know it so here are some yummy treats you can make last minute!