Welcome to the Fat Quarter Shop portion of the 100 Blocks Vol. 14 Blog Tour! We're so excited about the release of the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Vol. 14, which includes 100 new quilt blocks!
These blocks are so fun, and we have some perfect, basics collections for you to completely customize the blocks!
Quilter's Linen by Robert Kaufman Fabrics comes in beautiful colors with soft texture! The variety is the perfect collection to make your quilt stand out!
The Mini Hashtag collection by Riley Blake is a fun spin on traditional basics! Flecked with the increasingly popular hashtag symbol on a tiny scale, these prints will catch your eye!
Alphabitties are an organized-crafter's dream-come-true! These adorable plastic squares are perfect for labeling your fabric pieces after cutting to coordinate with your pattern.
Aurifil thread is our go-to thread for all of our quilting and sewing. The Aurifil 40wt is perfect for machine quilting, applique, embroidery and for hand-stitching binding. 40wt thread is perfect for precise work on fine fabric! (For more thread weight tips, check this out!)
A sharp, precise cutting tool is ideal for seamless cutting and quilting! These Olfa rotary cutters come in a handful of sizes suitable for all projects, including the most-popular 45mm size!
We couldn't live without these reversible, Lori Holt cutting mats! The colors are beautiful and the durability is out-of-this-world! Protect those precious surfaces while cutting and tuck these gems away easily when finished!
What is a cutting mat and excellent sheers without a line guide?! This Creative Grids Fat Quarter Shop custom ruler is perfect for your favorite quilt, and it's a cute addition to any sewing room!
Be sure to catch the rest of the blog tour here! Comment on this blog post for your chance to win one in three prizes: a Creative Grids Fat Quarter Shop ruler, a pack of Alphabitties, or a Mini Hashtag FQB !
Labels: Aurifil Thread, Blog Tour, Lori Holt, Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet, Riley Blake, Riley Blake Designs, Robert Kaufman Fabrics