Monday, July 6, 2009

Goodbye blogspot

Since we changed web providers, we now have a blog on our website. So, I will no longer be updating my blog on this site. I will now being using the blog directly on our web site. So, unbookmark this blog and bookmark our web page which is I will continue to blog as I find it fun. So, just remember..... 8 days to Billy Joel! And, check out the blog on our website for a new display picture.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Free Web Site Quilt Block Pattern

Greetings quilting friends. Just wanted to let you know about a new FREE quilt block program we're about to launch. Beginning this Monday, 7/6/09, for the next nine Mondays we will be loading a FREE block pattern. After nine weeks, you will have nine completed blocks. On the tenth week, we will give you the setting instructions. We will have the blocks completed in two different color choices, reproductions and Christmas. Or, choose to use your stash and see what you can create. We will have the blocks kitted and available for you to purchase to be shipped to you every Monday. The picture is a sneak peak at the layout.

If we can get a lot of participants, we will have a quilt show in October to show off the completed projects and maybe win a little prize for viewers choice. So, please e-mail me and let me know if you're doing our web quilt and send pictures, too.


Sunday, June 21, 2009

Let the countdown begin.....

Only 49 days.... until the first fall NFL football game. Ok, so I know you probably don't care but I could be the football wife and have a football husband widower. I don't really follow any team, except Ohio State I just like to watch it. I love to have it on and sew away. Anyways, here's what's new: QSI shop hop starts tomorrow with Lemon day on Tuesday. My project for this Shop Hop is called Lemonade so we're having lemon day to celebrate. We'll have fresh lemonade and lemon flavored treats.

Here's another countdown for you. If you've followed my blog, you'll know I'm a HUGE Billy Joel fan. Only 23 days until I see my next concert. About the millionth time I've seen him but I'll keep going as long as he keeps playing.

Stay tuned for an announcement regarding a free block of the week pattern starting on July 6th.

New Fabric: Haunted Hallow by Red Rooster Fabrics. I love Halloween and fall. I have more quilts for that time of year than any other. Check out this fabric, you'll love it!

Monday, June 15, 2009

New quilt

We're busy getting ready for the NQA Show this week. Stop by and say hi if you're in the area. Here's a new quilt I designed just in time for NQA. This uses a "convenience" fabric in the center and two borders. Takes less than an hour to whip up and looks fabulous! This fabric is from the Clara Barton collection by Windham. The center piece is a reproduction from the Clara Barton museum (founder of the Red Cross) and has signatures in the center of the blocks. (click on photo for close up view). The kit will be down in the booth for NQA and is only $29.99 for this 46" x 50" quilt.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

New Fabric

We have received about 200 bolts of fabric so far in June. We just got Need it Neutrals by Andover, Figgy Pudding by Moda and Crazy Eight by Sandy Gervais for Moda.

Our web site is up again. We need a little time to get the items for sale loaded back onto the web site. With the NQA show and the QSI Shop Hop events coming up we're a little backed up right now.

We will have special NQA show store hours on Sunday, June 21st from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Web Site

Hi everyone - all 6 of you anyways:) If you have been to the web site in the last day, you'll notice it's not working. We are in the process of changing our web host and, of course, it didn't go as smoothly as planned. It should be working very, very soon.

More new fabric has arrived: Worn & Loved II, which I already mentioned but I will have photos soon. Folkorika by Andover and Harmonies by Jo Morton.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

NQA Little Quilt Auction

We love to go to the little quilt auction at the NQA show. It's on Friday night (6/19) and you can just come for the auction, you don't have to buy dinner. Here's my donation for the auction. I call it "Ode to Jo" because it is made using 84 different Jo Morton fabrics. It measures 11 1/2" by 14 1/2".

Friday, May 29, 2009

Mystery Quilt part 3

Here is Clue #3 of the Red Rooster Quilts/Country Register Mystery quilt.

Red Rooster Quilts Mystery Quilt Clue #3

From background fabric C cut:
40 – 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles
30 – 2 ½” squares

Using the 4 patch rectangle blocks from clue #1 and the 4 patch square blocks from clue #2 and the background fabrics from above, layout your pieces to look like this:

****Ok, an actual block layout should appear here but I can't get it to work. So, you can see the layout on The Ohio Country Register's web site. Go to Click on the current issue then click on the cover page. Go to page 15 to see the layout. I'll try to figure out how to get my image in here.****

Sew the blocks into rows, then sew the rows together.

Make ten of these blocks. Label them block #3.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

New Fabric

Well, here it comes! Some of the new fabric that was ordered at quilt market has started to arrive. Today, we received Kansas Winter by Kansas Troubles Quilts and Moda Fabrics. If you like Kansas Troubles, you'll like this new collection. It's their traditional style. We also have the charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes, turnovers and honey buns to go with the fabric. Click on the pictures to get a closer look.
Tomorrow, Worn & Loved II!

Golf Fabric

Since we(Dublin, O) will be hosting the Memorial Golf tournament next week, I thought you might like to see the golf fabrics we have in stock. Wouldn't these make a lovely quilt or office wall hanging for the golfer in your life? How about towel trim, pillowcases or boxer shorts? These would be great Father's Day gifts, too. Go Tiger!

Friday, May 22, 2009

Stone Cottage

Remember the Stone Cottage fabric I mentioned a while back? Here is the quilt we made from this collection. Isn't it wonderful?! The colors are so warm and pretty. It would make a comfy throw with flannel on the back to cuddle under during a cool spring night. The pattern is from the magazine Quilts & More Summer 2009. (Which, by the way, has many wonderful projects, 3 of which we have finished and one we are working on and we have kits for 3 of them.) The pattern is called Creme Brulee and it was designed by Dublin's own Gerri Robinson. The finished size is 61 1/2" square.

We have several kits left and they are $54.95.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Quilt Market

Here's a beautiful quilt done in the Warm & Loved II collection by Windham. Of course, I had to have it! This should be in the store very soon. Don't forget, click on the photo and you can see it close up. This one is worth a second look.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Quilt Market

Aaaah...back from Quilt Market. It's a crazy place to go. All the excitement of searching for the latest and greatest new things from patterns, books, notions & fabric, it's all there and then some. I found some cool leather buttons. They are laser cut and embossed. They were using these to embellish purses. They layered them with the large dill wood buttons and they looked fabulous on the purses. Look for those soon in the shop. Then there was all the new fabric.... it's so hard to choose. But, I forced myself:) You'll see more Jo Morton, of course, more civil war, more trendy pottery barn looking fabric, a small line with a butterfly print, Flourish the new Debbie Beaves line, new farmer's market fat quarters (fruits & vegetables), new collection for a cause by Moda and much more! Keep in mind that some of these fabrics will be in the shop soon and some won't be shipping until December. So, if you're looking for something specific, give us a call and we'd be glad to call you when these fabrics arrive.

Stop in the store soon and see all the new patterns and books that I was able to bring back with me. We have the new Jo Morton book in stock and the new Whimsicals book.

I could go on and on..... new wool colors and patterns, new button pins from Just Another Button company that would make great gifts stuck in a hand made pincushion, new Texture Magic by Superior threads. I'll end on that one. You're going to have to stop by and ask us about Texture Magic.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Jo Morton

Ok fans, here's the photos as promised. Most are from her new book which should be at the store any day now.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Jo Morton Fans

JO MORTON FANS here's the scoop. I sat through the presentation before Jo's so I could get a front row seat to her schoolhouse. I was so excited, she brought in a huge stack of quilts to show - new stuff from her new book, new club 9 and some other quilts she hasn't decided what to do with yet. She holds up the first quilt, I take this picture. She holds up the next quilt, I go to take a picture and my camera is full!!!! Darn those 800 Route 66 photos! But, she will have these quilts in her booth today so I'll get some more photos. But, I believe this quilt is a free download on Andover fabrics web site. ( It uses the new shirtings fabric and the new Cinnamon and Spice fabrics which we have both collections in stock. I just checked and the pattern isn't there yet but it will be soon so keep checking.

Quilt Market

Here's a look at about 1/4 of the booths at Quilt Market. On Thursday, we spent the day at Schoolhouse. It's a crazy day of 15-30 minute presentations on the latest fabric, patterns & books. Then we went to Sample Spree, an even CRAZIER place where vendors bring their wares to sell. I picked up a few samples and patterns. Today, we'll get to go inside to the booths to search for the latest and greatest goodies.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

route 66

This was what I called the bottle tree farm. This gentleman from California makes bottle trees and has them all over his front yard. I asked: "how many?" Over 400! He goes into the desert and collects all treasures left behind and this is his artwork.

Monday, May 11, 2009

New Fabric

Yes, we still sell fabric here at Red Rooster Quilts and the newest collection is Stone Cottage. Isn't it bea u ti ful! By June, we should have our new web site up and all the latest fabrics available for purchase on-line.

Route 66.

Donkeys just roam the town of Oatman, AZ waiting to be fed. In Oatman, I felt like an 1800's gunslinger was going to emerge from the saloon at any moment and start a gun fight!

Another iconic item along the way. I can't remember what state he was in but can't you just hear the kids screaming on a hot summer day after being couped up in the car all day.

Friday, April 24, 2009

More route 66

The first two pictures are from Illinois at the rabbit ranch. This gentleman has a love of all things rabbits from cars to the fuzzy little creatures. He even had his rabbit, Montana, up for the presidential election until his untimely death last year. He works out of his somewhat refurbished gas station so he's around most days to talk with tourists. Inside was full of route 66 things old and new. His "art" was inspired by two locations further on down the road. The first being Cadillac ranch in Texas. This farmer erected these Cadillacs, way out in the middle of his field, at the exact angle of the great pyramids. They used to be pink but unfortunately people have spray painted over them. I don't want my quilting blog to become the route 66 blog but this is so much fun to share.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Traveling Route 66

Rats, I left my camera at home today so you'll have to wait until tomorrow for the pictures. As I mentioned, there was a lot of "art" along the route. Here's a quote I heard about art recently... it was something like Art, it's what you can get away with. Keep that in mind when you see the pictures.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Traveling Route 66

I'm baaack. You may have noticed the short absence here. I just got back from a two week trip driving route 66 with a friend all the way! That's from Chicago to LA! (And, by the way it was 100! degrees in LA yesterday) The three most interesting things were: 1. The People. 2. The changing landscape across this great country of ours. 3. The interesting artwork along the way.
Let's start with the people. It was fun to see the reactions of people when we said we were traveling route 66 from beginning to end. Some were like, why in the world would you do that and others were like wow, that must be fun. We met people from all over the world, one man from the Netherlands who was BIKING! the whole route. A man from Italy who was traveling all over the USA including 66 for eight weeks. Another man from England who again was traveling around the US including 66. Meeting the people was twofold. First, there were the tourists we met: 7 people from Hilliard/Dayton area at the Grand Canyon, a couple at a restaurant in AZ wearing an OSU sweatshirt had a daughter there and many more. Then there were the people who lived along the route who were making a living off of it. I would say at least everyday we stopped at some quirkly little place and meet some very interesting people that had lived there all their lives with stories about the people who have traveled the route through the years. I won't bore you with all the details but it was a blast. I highly recommend it. Tomorrow, I'll post some pictures and blog more about #'s 2 & 3.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Chicago Quilt Show

If anyone is going to the Chicago International Quilt Festival show, I have two free tickets to the first person who comes in and asks for them. Enjoy!

Monday, April 6, 2009

New Fabric

This is the new Whimsicals Fabric called the Vintage Homestead. Click on the pictures to get an up close view. Isn't this fun? Gotta love the Roosters!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

New Fabric

The picture looks totally boring and uninspiring. But click on it to get an up close view of these new Jo Morton shirtings. These are the best background fabrics for your reproduction quilts. Don't you just need a fat quarter bundle to have an hand to slip into your projects?

New Fabric

Wow, there are so many, where do I begin? The first is Vintage Homestead by who else but Whimsicals. Cute panel with blocks that has a pattern with it to make into a quilt. Great little coordinating prints.
Then we have Iced Mocha by Buggy Barn. I'm making a huge quilt from this one to go with my new sofa. Pictures soon...

Thursday, March 19, 2009

National Quilting Day is this Saturday! And, here at Red Rooster Quilts we're having a sale on Friday and Saturday to celebrate.

All fabric cut from the same bolt is 10% off one yard, 20 % off 2 yards and 25% off three yards or more.

Thread is on sale and so are various Janome Sewing Machine models.

Everyone who makes a purchase will get a free pattern for the quilt shown here.

Come in early for the best selection.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

New 30's fabric

Here they are! The first 30's collection at Red Rooster Quilts. This is Daisy A Day by Karen Snyder for Timeless Treasures. You asked for 'em, we've got 'em. Stop by today and get some because as soon as we put our sample up, they'll be gone.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Mystery Quilt clue #2

Here is clue #2.

If you haven’t already started the Red Rooster Quilts Mystery Quilt, it’s not too late. Just pick up the January/February issue of The Ohio Country Register. Or you can get Clue #1 from our blog at You can call the store for a kit for $69.95.

Cut 4 – 1 ½” x width of fabric strips from Fabric B (or 1 from each of 4 different fabrics if making scrappy)
Cut 4– 1 ½” x width of fabric strips from Fabric C

Sew one Fabric B strip to one Fabric C strip along the long edge. Press toward the dark. You will have 4 strip sets.

Cut 84 – 1 ½” slices from the 4 strip sets. Sew two together to make a four-patch that is 2 ½” x 2 ½”. You will have 42 square four patch blocks.

From Fabric C:
Cut 2 – 4 ½” x width of fabric strips. Sub cut into 25 – 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles.
Cut 5 – 2 ½” squares from the remaining 4 ½” strip.

Make 5 blocks that look like the picture on the upper left (#1). Make 5 blocks that look like the picture on the upper right side (#2).
Put them in separate zip lock bags labeled block #1 & #2
Finished size will be 4 ½” x 6 ½” of #1. Finished size will be 6 ½” x 8 ½” of #2.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Original Sewing Expo

I have 6 free passes to get into the Original Sewing Expo in Cleveland on March 26, 27 & 28. The first customer who stops in and asks for them can have them FREE!

2009 Flag Quilt

This year's flag quilt is called Freedom 4 All. Thanks, Mary Ann for naming my quilts. The pattern is $8.95 and the kit with the pattern is $54.95. The finished size is 52 x 70. The pattern has directions for completing your quilt horizontally or vertically.

This is my fourth annual flag quilt.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Wizard of Oz

It's here. The fouth installment of The Wizard of Oz fabric is in. I love the fabric that says "surrender dorothy".

Thursday, February 12, 2009


Isn't this cool! If you have an embroidery machine listen up. If you don't, you'll want one after you read this. Here's how this works. You hoop your stabilizer and in some cases batting, too. The embroidery machine stitches out placement lines. Then, you put the fabric down and the machine stitches the embroidery over the pink piece. Then you keep putting your pieces down, right sides together and the machine stitches them in place. It's like paper piecing in your embroidery hoop. The left sample is the String Piecing pattern. The right picture is of the Block of the Month class that we're going to start in March. Stop in and see the sample. It's so fun to do.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

New Fabric

We just received the entire collection of Jo Morton's new fabric called Fairfax County. Isn't it wonderful? ! !

And, it's here just in time to use in the new Jo Morton Little Women's Club sample. The new club starts in March so you still have time to sign up and join us. You'll love her method of creating half square triangles, quarter square triangles and flying geese. VERY accurate which is what you need for all that small piecing.

Monday, February 2, 2009

New quilts

Did you watch the whole game? If not, you missed a good one. Now I know I said I was rooting for the Steelers, but, after watching all the pregame hype, I wouldn't have been sad if the Cardinals won. I wanted it for Kurt Warner but Larry Fitzgerald will get another chance. And, how about that former Buckeye Santonio Holmes! What a catch!!!!!

Ok, enough of that. I told you when I started this blog that I liked football and I'd have to sneak it in.

Here's what I did this weekend. This first little quilt on the left, and when I say little it's 11" x 12 1/2" and used 80 - 1 1/4" half square triangles, is for Jo Morton's Little Women's club. They are going to love this one. We are starting the new group of quilts in March and if you want to learn some very accurate methods for piecing small quilts, this club is for you. These techniques can be used in larger quilts too, but they make for very accurate little quilts. I am just loving this so much.

The little quilt on the top is about 9x12. The pattern is from Fit to Frame: Set Twelve using the new fabric Olde Glory IV by Windham. I used the paper piecing method. I am in the process of quilting it and then I'll probably frame it.

The last little quilt on the right is about 17x20. It's also from Fit to Frame: Set Twelve and uses the Olde Glory fabric line.
Did you know that if you click on the pictures, you can get a closer look? Just don't look too close as you'll see the dirty floor beneath. No matter how many times we clean, that pesky snow just keeps sneaking in here.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Go Steelers!

Well, I got a lot done on our snow day. I finished a Jo Morton Little Women's club sample, put the borders on my daughter's t-shirt quilt and put the binding on a throw. Sounds like I may need to look for something else to do next week. They keep saying it's going to snow but they won't say how much. In the mean time, the leak in the classroom roof will keep me busy. Can't wait for Spring and that new roof!

Tomorrow is our "Souper" Bowl Saturday party. Please bring in as many cans as you can to be donated to the Dublin Community Food Pantry. Fabric will be on sale tomorrow. Select fabric will be up to 50%! off. A one yard minimum will be required from the sale fabric.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Let It Snow

Yippee, a snow day. I plan to spend the day sewing but.... my DH thinks it would be a great day to work on taxes:( The store will be closed today but you can work on a new project using the charm quilt patten I posted yesterday. Have a good day and be safe!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Let it Snow!

I want a snow day. The kids get plenty; isn't it time for the adults to have one. Just in case we all get stuck inside tonight or tomorrow, I thought I'd give you a free pattern great to use with a charm pack or two. If you only have one, adapt the size to be a tablerunner. Enjoy! Please check the front page of our web site for store closing information in case of snow.
Laurel Charm Quilt
Finished size ~32" x 37"

2– Moda Laruel Charm Packs or
60 dark 5” squares and 3 light 5” squares
¾ yard light fabric for side triangles and inner border
1/3 yard for binding
1 yard backing
40” x 45” piece of batting

· Cut 7 – 2 ¼” strips from the light fabric, sub-cut into
108 – 2 ¼” squares.
· Cut 4 – 1 ½” strips for inner border
· Choose 3 light charm squares and cut them into 4 – 2 ¼” squares from each 5” square. I randomly choose 3 places to use these squares in place of the light fabric squares.
· From 30 dark 5” squares cut them into two rectangles from each. One should be 2 ¼” x 5” and the other
2 ¾” x 5”. You’ll need 30 of each size.
· From 2 – 2 ¼” x 5” rectangles, cut 2 – 2 ¼” squares for corners of inner border.
· From 4 – 2 ¾” x 5” rectangles, cut 1 – 2 ¾” square for corners of outer border.
* From the binding fabric, cut 4 – 2 ¼” strips.

Putting it together:

Draw a diagonal line on the back of each light 2 ¼” square. (I know this is tedious, but, I really like the accuracy of this method) Choose 30 – 5” squares. Lay one 2 ¼” square to the corner of one 5” square aligning the raw edges. Sew across the diagonal line. Trim the excess square away. Repeat for the other 3 corners. Repeat for all 30 blocks. Press the seams of two opposite corners in and the other two opposite corners out.

Arrange the blocks into 6 rows of 5 blocks. Sew the blocks into rows, then sew the rows together.

Using the 2 ¼” x 5” rectangles, sew together two strips with 5 rectangles each for the top and bottom and 2 strips with 6 rectangles plus the 2 ¼” squares on each end for the sides. Sew these borders to the top, bottom and sides.

Sew the light inner border to the sides first, then the top and bottom.

Using the 2 ¾” x 5” rectangles, sew together two strips with 6 rectangles for the top and bottom and two strips with 7 rectangles plus the 2 ¾” squares on each end for the sides. Sew these borders on. Measure your quilt before you sew these together. I had to sew mine with scant seam allowances to get it to fit. Theoretically, these should fit, but…. I’m not perfect so mine would not have fit without the scant seam allowances. You could also cut down your inner border a bit to make it fit. Or, you could add a little piece of another strip to make it fit.

Now you’re ready to layer with batting and batting, quilt and bind. Enjoy, I really liked this one. ~ Karen

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Red Rooster Quilts
48 Corbins Mill Dr.
Dublin, OH 43017

Let it Snow!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Here's my latest creation. I used the Declaration of Independence Panel in the center. I love these old red, white & blue fabrics we have. We have two collections that work nicely together that would give you that old worn and loved look. They are Civil War VI and Old Glory IV by Windham. I'm working on a sample right now using both. But, in the mean time, you can whip out this little quilt in a jiffy. The pattern is $8.95 and the kit that includes that pattern and fabric for the top and binding is $39.95.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Mystery Quilt

I have designed a Mystery Quilt for The Ohio Country Register. I love this little paper. It always has ads for some great little stores around Ohio that up right up my alley. I try to fit them in whenever I travel. We even picked one up last week while in North Carolina and stopped at a couple of quilt shops. Anyways, for those of you that like mystery quilts, in each issue this year there will be a clue. Get your friends together and try it. It only uses three colors. Ever buy a larger scale print and say: "what am I going to do with this"? Well, this quilt would be perfect for those. You need 1 larger scale print, 1 medium to dark fabric to coordinate with it and one light background. Simple, right? For those people who are stumped by picking out fabric for it, just give us some color options and we'll do it for you. A kit costs $69.95. The quilt is 52" x 70" finished, a perfect lap size.

Don't have The Ohio Country Register? Just tune in here the first part of January, March, May, July, September & November for all the clues.

This is also a good project to use up your stash. So, lets get started!

Red Rooster Quilts presents a Mystery Quilt for 2009. In each issue of the Ohio Country Register, a clue will be printed instructing you how to piece together this original design lap quilt. This mystery quilt is fun for beginners and experienced quilter's, too. The finished size will be 54" x 72". A kit for the top and binding can be purchased from Red Rooster Quilts for $69.95 plus shipping in the following colors: Red, Beige & Blue, Fall Colors, Christmas Colors, Antique Reproduction fabrics, Scarlet & Grey or Bright Contemporary Colors. You may purchase a kit through our web site at or call us at 614-734-9007. See our ad on page 5 of this issue.

Fabric Requirements:
Fabric A: 1 & 1/4 yard of a focus fabric, medium - dark color with medium to large scale print
Fabric B: 1 & 1/4 yard of a med-dark fabric to coordinate with the focus fabric
(Or, if you would like the quilt a little scrappy use 1/4 yards of six different
fabrics that coordinate with focus fabric.)
Fabric C: 4 yards of light background fabric
3/4 yard binding fabric
3 & 1/2 yard for backing fabric

Clue #1
Cut 9 - 2 1/2" strips from Fabric C
Cut 9 - 2 1/2" strips from Fabric B (or 1 strip from each of the 6 different fabrics and 1 more strip from 3 of the fabrics for a total of 9 strips if making scrappy)

Sew one Fabric B strip to one Fabric C strip along the long edge. Repeat with remaining strips. Press toward the dark.

Cut 232 - 1 1/2" slices from the nine strips.

Sew two of the 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" pieces together to make a four patch. You will need 116 four patch blocks. These will be rectangle in shape four patches. They will measure 2 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Be sure to sew them together so that fabric C is in the upper left and lower right corner and Fabric B is in the upper right and lower left corners.

Don't fret, this is the step with the most pieces. It will be easier from here on out. Don't forget to pick up the next issue of the Ohio Country Register for the Red Rooster Quilts Mystery Quilt Clue #2.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Purses have been very popular of late. We sell tons of patterns and you can never have too many. So, check out our completed class schedule. There are several purse classes along with many other fun and unique projects. We have a new monthly block of the month similiar to what Thimbleberries was. It's called Back Home Again. This class meets next week. We also have several wool projects and a wool block of the month that has been so poplular that we've filled the first class and will be adding a second. We have an applique block of the month, too. To view all the classes, visit our web site at