Tuesday, January 3, 2012

New Stitcher's Revolution Patterns for the NEW YEAR!

Hello all!
It is has been quiet here on the blog for a while, but how that the holidays are over I can get back to some business. First we have NEW Stitcher's Revolution patterns to talk about!

SR15 Movie Munchies

SR16 Tiny Tot Designs

SR17 Urban Garden

SR18 Animated Fruity Fun

We also have new 5", 7" and 10" plastic hoops available on the website!
We have Napkins in stock on the website too-these are new item for us--let me know what you think of them. We often think about getting a baby bib, but I go round and round about if it was already assembled and quilted would you want to see the stitching on the back? Should we offer them unfinished? Just can't decide. I love the new Tiny Tot pattern, and so many of those would go great on a baby bib. How do you all do it? Have you ever stitched on one before? How did it turn out?

Off to finish up our new catalog--they should be ready to ship by Feb 1st. I will keep you all posted when they are done! More soon!


  1. I picked up a bib kit at a retail store. Considering it was just a piece of cloth with a pattern on it, it was pretty pricy. Of course you could see the stitching on the back, but who looks at the back? Will the baby care? Hmm. Somehow I don't think so. If the price point was fairly low, I'd probably make a few for my own baby or for anyone with babies coming up in the future. A bib is the same size roughly as a napkin and smaller than a towel, and it's only used for a few months. I wouldn't expect to pay $15 for one bib (although I did for a friend, and wouldn't ever again, that was insane, but it was all I could find at the time)... Another suggestion? Not white. Baby food stains. :-) A day's of the week set, or a 3 pk of B, L, D or 5 pack to include snacks or something would be awesome. But again, you're not going to hook a lot of people with $15/bib.