Thursday, January 11, 2018

New in the Curlicue Creations Shop ~ Week of January 10, 2018

Crafts Magazine, November 2001 issue. This magazine has 122 full color pages and is in excellent condition. Includes pull out pattern section. 

This issue includes Special Christmas Gift Issue, 27 Solutions to Your Gift-Giving Dilemmas, Greeting Cards with a Personal Touch, Holiday Plaques You can Paint Like a Pro, Cross-Stitch Creations to Deck Your Halls, Make this Not-So-Frosty Snowman, and more. 

Crafts 'n Things Magazine, October 1999 Issue. Used, but good condition. 90 pages. 

This beautiful issue includes 14 Free Patterns, Exclusive: Christmas Ornaments that Say WOW!, 25 New Ideas for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Anyone Can Make these Pumpkins!, Wine Glass Candle holder, and more.

Are you collecting these stellar crafting magazines? If you enjoy a variety of crafting techniques, this magazine will keep you busy.

All Small Quilt Magazine, the 2012 issue. This magazine features Wall Hangings, Table Runners, Baby Quilts, Little Treasures, 30 Projects to Make and Give, Cheery Table Topper, It's a Needle Keeper, Super Easy Baby Quilt, and more.

This fabulous issue of All Small magazine is in used but good condition. 128 pages of great ideas for quilting. 


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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

December 2017 Quilty Box Mini

 Yes, the holidays did put me a little bit behind.  Besides Christmas, two of my children have birthdays, one right before, and one just after.  But I still wanted to show you a peek at December's Quilty Box Mini.  This month's featured designer is Felice Regina.  I liked her cat illustrations so much that I visited her Etsy Shop and ordered a cat sticker, too.  She has loads of cute pins for sale in her Etsy Shop.

 A charm pack of her latest fabric line, Caturday, for Windham Fabrics is the star of this Quilty Box Mini.  I am planning on sewing some cute things with these!

 A spool of Aurifil monofilament thread in clear.  I've never quilted with monofilament thread.  I'm looking forward to trying it out.

Also included is another packet of the fabulous Plum Deluxe tea.  I've yet to brew a cup, but I'm going to try it on a quiet day.  And a packet of  Handmaid luxury hand creme in fig scent.  I've already used the Handmaid from the full size Quilty Box and it was luscious and right on time for the super cold and dry weather we've been having here in Northern North Carolina.


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Jennifer Thomas




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Saturday, January 6, 2018

The Rainbow Connection Update

Here's the latest photo of my in progress hexie quilt, The Rainbow Connection.  I've been sewing along, slowly but steadily.  I need to stop and cut more hexies out of my scraps again.  That is my goal for today.  Do you like the progress?  I'm loving it.

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Jennifer Thomas




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Thursday, January 4, 2018

New Fat Quarters in the Curlicue Creations Shop ~ Week of January 2, 2017

A beautiful cut of high quality quilting fabric, Lilac Parade Cream Stripe, by The Buggy Barn, for Henry Glass and Co. Fabrics. 100 percent cotton, yarn dyed, 18" x 22" fat quarter cut. Easy care, machine wash cold water, tumble dry low.

The design on this fabric is a cream and white stripe with a purple zigzag stripe. Perfect for your next quilting or home sewing project.  So unique - be creative!

A beautiful cut of high quality quilting fabric, Bible Study I and II, by Kanvas Studio, for Benartex Fabrics. 100 percent cotton, 18" x 22" Fat Quarter Cut. Easy care, machine wash cold water, tumble dry low.

The design on this fabric features the phrase "Peace be with you" and doves flying over a blue sky background. Perfect for your next quilting or home sewing project. So unique - be creative!

A beautiful cut of high quality quilting fabric, Lilac Parade Brown Stripe, by The Buggy Barn, for Henry Glass and Co. Fabrics. 100 percent cotton, yarn dyed, 18" x 22" fat quarter cut. Easy care, machine wash cold water, tumble dry low.

The design on this fabric is a brown stripe with a black zigzag stripe. Perfect for your next quilting or home sewing project. So unique - be creative!

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Jennifer Thomas




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Monday, January 1, 2018

December 2017 Quilty Box

 I know I'm a little late on this one!  It's January 1st, but I really want to show you what's in the December Quilty Box.  It's my favorite box so far.

 Here's why:  Oh Kitty!!!!  It's Felice Regina's Caturday fabric collection!  If you're a regular reader of mine, you know how much I love my cats.  I'm so excited to sew something with these bright and colorful fabrics.

 Felice Regina could possibly be my new favorite fabric designer. Just look at her.  She has purple hair ~ Fabulous!

She also designed this exclusive Quilty Box subscribers only cat pin.  Oh kitty!  I'm in love.

I'm not a big fan of tea, but this Plum Deluxe tea smells heavenly.  I'm going to brew a cup and try it when the kids go back to school.

A blue Clover chaco liner is also one of this month's goodies.  I love these marking tools and already own a pink one and a white one.  They are my absolute favorite for marking fabric.  Clean, easy to see lines that brush away with little effort.

  Aurifil monofilament thread is something I've never tried before. 

A single use of Soak for hand or machine washing.  

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Jennifer Thomas




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Friday, December 29, 2017

Log Cabin Progress

 I've been busy sewing more Log Cabin blocks this week.  This was my progress when I last posted.

These five blocks have been completed.

 At that point I was all out of strips and had to cut some more.

I cut, sorted, and bagged the remaining fabric I had on hand for this project.

Off I went to sew some more!

It looks like I am going to end up with a total of nine blocks.

Click here for a link to the easy tutorial: Quilt Block Classics ~ Log Cabin Block

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Jennifer Thomas




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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Oh Kitty!

If you know me...you know I love my kitties!  I thought it would be fun to share some photos of my kitty helpers today.  This is Trail Mix, helping to hold down one of my hexie projects.

Beetle and friend, sitting on my table top sewing box.

William, inside the quilt cabinet.  

Shadow and the Farmer's Market quilt.  He's a big, cuddly guy.

Kit Kat and a pile of fabric scraps.

Mama Cat and her babies, warm and cozy inside a Warm Company box.

Kitten mania on the scrap basket!

Aaaaah!  The ironing board is toasty warm.

Trail Mix found her way into the quilt cabinet, too.

The princess and the pea.

What?  I can't sit in here?  But it's a big box full of fabric!

Oh Kitty!  I hope that was fun for you, too.

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Jennifer Thomas




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