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We are very excited and inspired by a brand new collection of perle cotton threads from WonderFil. The Alison Glass Collection features 48 brilliant colors of Eleganza Perle #8 sold in 4 lovely boxed sets of 12: Flora, Fauna, Sun, and Stars (variegated).
Designed for her Ex Libris collection, the iconic circle design by Alison Glass became an instant bestseller. Back again in her new collection, Art Theory, Alison has increased the scale of the circle and added new designs in two colourways: Day and Night.
This amazing rainbow of 22 colours works beautifully with the entire range of AG fabrics.
Aurifil’s 50wt thread is our most versatile and most popular Cotton thread. 50wt is strong and thin, and results in remarkably flat and crisp seams. While it is wonderful for piecing, subtle quilting & topstitching, and English paper piecing it also works incredibly well for hand applique, bobbin and machine lace, machine applique, machine embroidery and of cours machine quilting.
Wish is Carri Bloomston's latest collection full of magic and playful mystery. It embodies and honours craft and artisans through collaged found papers and painted sheet music. The prints evoke a handcrafted life. And, of course, there are triangles.
Wonder is an earlier collection full whimsy and textures including stacked triangles and newspaper print.
Our curated collections will give you a head start on creating a beautifully co-ordinated quilt.
These collections make great gifts, or treat yourself and pop one (or two) in your stash to keep for that special quilt.
Kogin and pre-printed sashiko fabrics are used for embroidering traditional Japanese patterns.
Kogin is a counted thread technique worked on an evenweave cotton fabric and sashiko is free stitched with a running stitch.
Use kogin or sashiko threads for these traditional Japanese embroidery techniques