Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Magic for Sale

Singing Pumpkin Fabric Panel
What can you do with a piece of 6" x 6" fabric panel like "Singing Pumpkin"?  Well, you could sew it onto a bag and make a one-of-a-kind Trick-or-Treat bag.  Or you could sew it onto your apron, or you could make a set of mug rugs to give as a gift, or you could make a fabric postcard and send it to your mom, or make ATCs, or you could make a fun holiday quilt for someone special . . . the possibilities are endless.

You could also find inspiring ideas in books and magazines . . .
 This is THE Premiere Issue
Imagine yourself lounging on your comfortable sofa with a cup of your favorite drink and happy music playing in the background while you flip through pages and pages of inspiration.  You see something shiny and you think about the Christmas and holiday projects in your closet waiting to be finished, or you see a new technique and say, "I can do that."  Find your magic in inspiring magazines and books.

I'm cleaning my studio and want to find new homes for some of my magical friends . . . ♥♫♥
If you're interested, send me an email and I will create a reserved listing in Etsy and add appropriate shipping costs.  Yes, I will gladly give discounts on multiple purchases--practically giving these away to those with a playful attitude and imagination . . .
Cloth Paper Scissors
1.  Winter 2004 Premiere Issue--posted in Etsy
2.  May/June 2007, Issue 12--posted in Etsy
3.  September/October 2007, Issue 14--posted in Etsy
4.  March/April 2008, Issue 17
5.  May/June 2008, Issue 18
6.  July/August 2008, Issue 19
7.  September/October 2008, Issue 20
8.  November/December 2008, Issue 21
9.  January/February 2009, Issue 22
10.  March/April 2010, Issue 29
11.  July/August 2010, Issue 31
12.  September/October 2010, Issue 32
13.  November/December 2010, Issue 33
14.  January/February 2011, Issue 34
15.  March/April 2011, Issue 35
16.  July/August 2011, Issue 37
Quilting Books - $2, plus shipping
17.  Patchwork Quilts Made Easy, Revised, 2nd Edition by Jean Wells
18.  Hunter Star Quilts & Beyond by Jan Krentz
19.  A Laurel Burch Christmas, Color the Season Beautiful with 25 Quilts & Crafts
20.  Laurel Burch Legends, 9 quilts inspired by the earth, sea & sky
21.  Along the Garden Path by Jean & Valori Wells
22.  Show me how to create Quilting Designs by Kathy Sandbach
23.  Dazzling Stars by Carleen Parlato & Victoria Stuart
24.  Quick Watercolor Quilts by Dina Pappas
25.  Mosaic and Tessellated Patterns by John Willson
26.  Dresden Plates of Distinction by Sharon Stroud
27.  Deidre Scherer, Work in Fabric & Thread
28.  Feltmaking and Wool Magic by Jorie Johnson
29.  Machine Embroidered Flowers by Alison Holt
30.  Making Memories with Fabric, Photos and Family Keepsakes by Margaret Sindelar 
31.  Lone Star Quilts & Beyond by Jan Krentz
32.  Diamond Quilts & Beyond by Jan Krentz
33.  Friendship Blocks by Marge Edie

Google these titles for information about their content.  

We're saving trees . . . and building a magical world.  ;-D


rzufik said...

I'd love to take a look at 29 - the machine embroidered flowers, so if it's possible, please save it for me, I'll soon be buying some panels from you. Is it OK?
love, Anna

Fannie said...

Hi, Anna. #29 is yours. Thanks!

WoolenSails said...

I just threw out a large garbage bag of old magazines, they were too musty to pass along. I tore out the pages that I wanted and then copied them. I have both of the laurel burch books, still want to make some things from them.


Lisa M Griffin said...

Very impressed... efficient, organized and resourceful. :)

PS I am on my last week of The Artists Way. What a wonderful book!

Fannie said...

Hi, Lisa. I'm glad you're enjoying that book. I reread it often. Hugs to you and your Little Ones.