Lyneen and Virginia modeled these Monster Nap Mats in a crowd of people and
everyone came running over. They are so cute! The patterns are in, and work great
in quilting fabric, flannel or Cuddle.
Originating in South Asia, Kantha is a centuries-old form of embroidered
quilt making. Traditionally, Kantha was handmade by women and passed
down from generation to generation, much like a lovingly pieced quilt.
Our unique Kantha is two-ply with simple, hand embroidered running
stitches throughout. Embroiderers of this two-layer cotton fabric do not
use hoops or frames which gives the fabric a wavy, slightly wrinkled effect.
You can use our Kantha fabric for a variety of projects: quilts, bags, table
toppers, pillow covers, jackets and even upholstery! Save the scraps to use
as patches for jackets and jeans. The possibilities are endless!
Watch for details about our big event centered around Marie Bostwick's book
The Second Sister.
Little House Needleworks has done it again! Join us in stitching Jack Frost's Tree Farm.
Introducing Month 4 Balsam Fir
Wooly Felted Wonders Ironing Mats are perfect for crafting.
The wool holds the heat so that when you press both sides
are heated. We carry the large mat and smaller mats.
Mitch Monkey by Funky Friends sews up super cute in Shannon
Minky. He can even look like Saskatch.
Christmas Signs by the Tiny Modernist are perfect for getting
in the Christmas spirit all year long!
Custom Dyed Yarn by BaH Yarns:
All at Sea
We are thrilled to share our new colorway with you. Brenda and Heather
worked with us during their trunk show to design a colorway just for Always in Stitches.
All at Sea is only available in our shop.
Gain confident in handling your machine
Cheryl's Serger Workshop
Cheryl will be teaching the Serger Basics each month.
Handi Quilter Simply 16 and Little Foot Table!
Our shop features the Amara on the Studio Frame,
Did you know we have a blog?
Little Dresses for Africa
Every other month, this group meets to sew
pillowcase dresses and hygiene products. All levels
of skill are appreciated, including people who like to iron.
Knit Your Bit
Show your appreciation for local veterans by
making scarves for them. Any pattern, any yarn
can be used. Project of the National World War II
Museum, Though scarves will be given to all veterans
of all wars and branches of service.
On-going project, donate anytime.
Ryan's Case for Smiles
Sew cheery, soft pillowcases for local children fighting
cancer. Formerly called ConKerr Cancer. Ongoing project;
Little Hats Big Hearts
Knit red baby hats out of acrylic yarn to donate to the
American Heart Association. Hats are collected all year,
then distributed to area hospitals throughout February
as a reminder of pediatric heart conditions. Let's put
little red hats on all those babies! We heard a rumor there
was a surplus of hats this year, so we contacted the AHA
and they said they are still collecting hats. They did have some
left over last year, but they will gladly accept hats this year.