Thursday, February 3, 2011

High Tea, Bowtucks and Dragonflies and Lancaster One Stop Hop!!!

This past year, one of our favorite purse patterns has been the Bow Tucks purse by Penny Strugis.  Not only does it feature a pretty pocket on the front but has ample, roomy pockets on the inside.  It's quilted and ties on the sides and a hook and button closure on the front so it doesn't sit open.  We've had several  classes in the Bow Tucks and have made it in several color-ways!  For these two, we used Hoffman and Island Batiks with two entirely different results!
Join the national fight to find a cure for breast cancer and show your support with Northcott's 10th Annual Quest for a Cure fabric, High Tea.  According to their website,

Quest For A Cure™

Committed in the fight to cure breast cancer

Northcott is donating a portion of the purchase price for every yard we sell of selected collections to Breast Cancer Research. Participating collections will be identified by the Northcott's Quest for a Cure ™ logo. This logo can be found on the caps of fabric bolts supporting this cause in your local quilt shop.
We also have a dragonfly infestation with Blank Textile's Dragonfly Magic.  In many cultures, the  dragonfly symbolizes change  in the perspective of self realization, mental and emotional maturity and the understanding of the deeper meaning of life.
 Also, mark your calendars for Lancaster's One Stop Shop Hop February 19th at the Bradley Building on the USC Lancaster campus from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..  It is a day filled with fun shopping with a variety of vendors (including Becky!) and quilting friends.

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