Friday, December 27, 2013

Christmas Fabric Sale!!

We are having a sale on all full price Christmas Fabric starting now and continuing until the end of January!  So now is the time to come and get fabric for all of those projects you thought of last minute this year and want to make for next Christmas!  

Willie made this small quilt!  It's the perfect project for grandchildren or actually any child.  Make it a little longer and wider and it can be a quick lap quilt for an adult!  

Evie made this quilt!  Christmas cardinals!  You too can make and finish a Christmas quilt for someone to receive next Christmas!

Doris Gage West made this quilt!  It's not Christmas fabric, but it was a great Christmas gift!

Here's a closer look.  The centers of the stars are all different!  How cool is that!

So, stop in and take advantage of the sale! 

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas Hours

It's Christmas Eve!!  Tumbleweed will be closing at 2:00 today.
We will be closed December 25 and 26 for the Christmas holiday.

See you Friday!

Have a Merry Christmas!!!

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Almost Christmas!

Wow! I can't believe how quickly Christmas is arriving this year!  Some people actually finished  their Christmas projects!  I never seem to be able to do that!  
Debbie Zeida made this tree skirt for her son's family!

She even machine embroidered a label for it!  

Lynn Conroy made this wallhanging!  It could be hung all year round but is especially perfect for winter!

Shari Sears made this clutch!

Audrey Ward used fabric with sea shells on it to make this Christmas tree skirt!

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Kaffe Quilts Part 2

Here are some more of the "Where Have All The Flowers Gone" quilts shown in Houston!

More Quilts!

Diana Marshall made this jungle quilt for grandchild #6!
She made a door that opens so the monkey can see out!

Pat Mulkeen made this gorgeous red quilt using Kaffe Fassett fabrics!

Debbie McCabe made this quilt, using the pattern called Snake River by Judy Martin.  

In case you were wondering, there are 5548 pieces of fabric in this quilt!!! That's a lot of pieces!

Betty Crowell made this tablerunner in a week long seminar with Judy Niemeyer!  Pretty blues!!