In This Issue....
Quilting the Kaye Wood Way
- On Sale -Elisa Wilson of Back Porch Designs
- Strip Quilting Projects Books Mega Sale
- What's New in The Shop
- Tips and Humor from Kaye
- DVD of the Week
- Quilting Cruises
- Cast Iron Singers
- Quilting Events
- Fun Facts For July
- Kaye's on YouTube
- Show and Tell
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Have you ever seen a pattern and decided you just couldn't live without it?
Well, believe it or not, it happens around here quite often.
Years ago, we used to carry a few of Elisa Wilson's designs (Back Porch Designs), and when her Big Curvy Bag pattern came out, we couldn't live without it!
And while we were perusing her other designs, we decided to pick up her entire line, so this week, you benefit from our lack of willpower! lol
(just today there are still some leftovers from last week's sale..... just sayin'.....)
All on our SALE PAGE
What's On Sale....
Elisa Wilson of Back Porch Designs' entire line of books, patterns, rulers, templates and DVDs!
All this and MORE on our Sale Page!
Strip Quilting Projects Book Mega Sale....
Get Kaye's Strip Quilting Project Books 2-9 as a set for $8.00 that is only 1 dollar a piece. These book's sell for 5.00 a piece. That is a savings of $32.00.
PLEASE NOTE.... Shipping on this product will be $6.00!
Tips and Humor From Kaye....
I was in the waiting room of my orthopedic surgeon waiting for a checkup after my knee replacement. There was a man waiting to get a cast off his leg. We started to chat and of course we had to find out how each of us had been injured. He said he broke his leg in three places by kicking down the bedroom door.
"Were you trying to get in or get out of the bedroom?" is what I should have asked, but didn't really want to know.
I taught in Denmark shortly after I had my cast removed after breaking my ankle. I was still in a wheelchair some of the time.
Every time I had a question for the clerks at the front desk, they pointed me in the direction of the handicapped conference going on at the same time.