From: the 3 A Quilting <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: October-01-12 9:00 PM
Subject: October e-Newsletter
Can you believe that we’re already into October?!?? Wow! Where did the time fly?
One more quilt show that has come across my radar:
Keswick Ridge Quilters:
Are there any of you that like to hand piece? Here’s a cool method to help you with your ¼” seams:
I’ve finished putting together my “Kitchen Class” details. Every month, I will be offering a different Kitchen Class quilt project…. December being the exception – I will be off.
For more information on this month’s class, please visit our link:
One attachment is for the FULL DAY class at Town and Country – Maximum 8 people.
The other PDF attachment is for the afternoon classes, in my kitchen – Maximum 4 people per afternoon class.
Remember – you NEED to reserve! If you reserved and something happens that you can’t make it, PLEASE call or email me. It’s a first come first serve and someone else might like to take your place.
Any questions? Give me a call at 672-8910 or email me.
Tumbling Blocks – I just LOVE them but HATE “Y-seams”, avoiding them at all costs!
I received an email from the Queen of Stitching. No, I’m not asking you to purchase the pattern but to study the picture carefully.
You can see that it’s an easy block to make. The trick is your fabric colors.
I wrote a pillow case tutorial, on my blog, a while back.
Home made pillow cases make incredible beautiful and personal gifts. You’re only limited to your imagination….
Christmas fabrics for the month of December. Birthday fabric – cakes, cupcakes, candles… whatever – for your grandson’s birthday! Your best friend’s favorite pet!
And have you SEEN the price of (plain) cotton pillow cases, lately?!?? Your gift would certainly be very much appreciated!
Well, that’s about it, for this month.
Just a gentle reminder that some of you might not want to read… *grin*
As I write this, I know there’s only 84 days left till Christmas:
Not to put any pressure on you or anything…. Just stating a fact.
Rosa and Gilbert