• St Patrick's Day Sewing Projects

    St. Patrick’s Day Sewing Projects to Make & Give

    There’s still time to decorate with St Patrick’s Day Sewing Projects! Here are 5 St Patrick’s Day Sewing Projects to whip up in time for the little leprechauns to visit. Shamrock Place Mats These cute place mats are quick to make and you can use whatever green and white fabric you have in your stash. Try quilting them with Summer Grass Blendables 30 Wt. Cotton Thread. 2. Mug Rug Use this under your Shamrock Shake or Green Tea for a festive addition to afternoon tea. 12 Wt. Cotton Petites Thread is perfect for wool applique. 3. Pretty St Patrick’s Day Pillow Embroider a shamrock, like this Mendhika Shamrock from Urban…

  • Why Blendables are the Bomb for Quilting

    “You will love the intriguing results you get with Sulky 30 Wt. Cotton Blendables Thread.” I remember being in a quilting class when I heard this statement. Honestly, my interest was peaked because of the word ‘intriguing’. I would never have described my quilting that way, but gosh, I sure wanted my quilting to be intriguing! So, I got some Sulky 30 Wt. Cotton Blendables Thread and tried them out. Before I tell you my thoughts on them, let me tell you a bit about the thread itself. Blendables are different from other variegated threads for several reasons: They are a masterful blend of different colors within the same range of tone and intensity…

  • Sulky Focus on Blendables Photo Contest Winner

    For the month of May, Sulky ran a photo contest on our Facebook site. For the contest, the entrants had to submit a photo of a project that used Sulky Cotton Blendables® and the photo had to include the spool of thread they had used. The winner received a Slimline box of Sulky 30 wt. Cotton Blendables thread. The winner was Anne Marie Miro and she did this amazing thread sketch. She said this is her first thread sketch! Anne Marie was thrilled when she got her box of thread. I hope Anne Marie has inspired you as much as she has inspired me. I think I will do a little sketching…