Now why do we NEED these cute little tins? Storage…we know it’s all about decluttering and storing our things beautifully….and when Moda released these little tins…I just had to have one of every size…As you can see in the following pics you can use them for sewing storage….or I have one in my purse for those moments you just need a “hit” of dark chocolate! You know what I mean..and they’re not squishing around in the bottom of my purse when in hot/sunny CA…they are stored nicely in my moda tin…These tins are so well done too!
Obviously I do not have to talk you into these too hard especially when you see the price…all 3 for $10! BUT we only have 50 sets…So put your order in ASAP if you really want these! MODA TINS
Winners of yesterdays WOOL bundles are…
December 19, 2016 at 12:49 pm
I love to work with wool! I don’t know if I have a favorite; each project is my favorite at the time. Haha! I enjoy working with wool because it’s so forgiving, and it’s a nice project to have handy to stitch while watching The Good Wife (that show is addictive). Your wools are so nice! I just might have to take advantage of this sale — my stash is getting low!!
December 19, 2016 at 1:14 pm
Well for me, it started while visiting my Mom in Illinois about 6yrs ago I think! I spotted a new quilt shop by Mom’s and having taken hand quilting back in 1980 and never pursuing further, you know first child etc. it sparked my interest. I was in there exploring you might say, for quite awhile. I chatted and asked questions trying to update my learning. But quickly fell in love with a sample , of your snowman pin cushion made with wool embroidered. I asked the woman how hard it was to learn embroidery, oh not hard! Then next question how long to make that pincushion? Of course, she did it in one day! Well ok, I expect longer for me. So I purchased the pattern, wool, Valdani thread, needles and embroidery chart! My idea was to make a few for Xmas gifts. Well, everyone received their cute pincushions that year! To be exact I had made 3, I was so proud I had accomplished my new skill! So the story goes, that was it for me ! I am a huge wool embroidery fan . I have even expanded my friends down in Texas to this skill. You know wool/embroidery. was not down here back then So I was stock piling from your shop patterns, and wool from the web. Of course my favorite project is still the snowman!
December 19, 2016 at 9:18 pm
I LOVE LOVE LOVE working with wool. Your santa and tree mat is front and center on my coffee table. I am off to the quilters with a 12 block wool appliqué Autumn quilt the I recently finished and I just started your wool snowmen ornaments and the Home pin cushion. You have the best wool selection around!
December 19, 2016 at 8:22 pm
I have made several wool projects and love working with it. It is so forgiving, so it is a great introduction to hand applique. I’m not sure I have a favorite wool project, but I sure like your log cabin sewing machine pincushion and have made more than one of them!
December 19, 2016 at 9:20 pm
I discovered wool applique in early 2015, and I have been hooked ever since! I have completed 3 BOMs, but haven’t sewn them together. One of these days! In the meantime … on to the next project!!!
Winners…contact Amy at: email@example.com send her your name and address to send your prize…you have until 12/31/16.
I’m going in to work today for a bit…feel a little better…nose stopped running…but I also am working on frosting my cookies today…did one batch this morning…baking is done…just need to frost and sprinkle!
So…do you want to win a set of MODA tins? Comment today is..Tell me what you make for Christmas …I make…homemade, caramel corn, peanut clusters, cut out cookies and thats it, my Mom makes divinity and fudge so I don’t make those..I would love to try caramels and toffee-maybe next year!…if you don’t make food…maybe you make all your gifts?
Only four more of these countdown days left!!! It goes so fast!!!LB