Bound by April Rhodes is in the shop and online! This evocative collection has us dreaming of fresh living spaces and bohemian wardrobes. If you love April’s previous collections, BOUND is going to be your new favorite collection to work with. Shop Bound online now LOOKS DREAMY WITH:
Summer is winding down but Row by Row is still going strong! We’ve picked out some of our favorite rows from some great shops to share with you. If you’re traveling around, you should pick up these row patterns along the way. It’s not too late to get your hands on some great patterns!
This month in our MD Quilt Gallery we have the pleasure of displaying a number of quilts using an unconventional fabric. Wynde Dyer is a local artist who, among other forms of art, creates one-of-a-kind quilts using tarps.
Last month we had the pleasure of hosting the first Vintage BERNINA Rally. Our classroom was full of well-loved machines and vintage quilts. It was an afternoon we will not soon forget! Thanks to everyone who brought your BERNINA to show off and those who came to enjoy the afternoon with us.
This month’s featured presser foot is #39, the embroidery foot with clear sole. Ideal for decorative, satin stitches and appliqué, its transparent sole allows you to see your stitches at all times.
Our gallery is looking bright with colorful quilts featuring Kona Cotton solids from Robert Kaufman Fabrics. It’s fun to see what quilters can do when using exclusively solid colors. Solids are versatile and allow for modern, geometric, and traditional quilt designs.
Shop online now and receive $20 off your purchase of $100 or more. Use promo code: MDSUMMER20 Stock up on projects and save during our Summer Sale now through July 13. Local to PDX? Shop our retail store and receive $20 off your purchase of $100. This can be applied to all brands of Machine Service, scissor sharpening, BERNINA accessories … Continued
The week has finally arrived – it’s ROW BY ROW time!
This Summer is chock-full of fun events at the shop. Join us throughout the summer for demos, classes, parties and more!
“The 1970s quilts embody my childhood. The colored television, the bright clothes – these quilts just bring me right back to being a kid.” We had the pleasure of visiting with Bill Volkining, Quilt Historian and Collector, in the gallery to discuss the highlights of this collection he’s shared with us. These pieces represent a history of … Continued