Sweet as Honey Trunk Show

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Jenn Thurston | 0 comments

We are so excited to announce that Bonnie Christine is coming to our store for a Trunk Show!! Yes, you read that right, our own little shop in Belmont will have a celebrity!

We hope you can join us on Tuesday, February 18th at 2pm.  Bonnie will be here to debut her fabrics and pattern line with a beautiful trunk show, and a lecture/demo style presentation that will feature several great techniques and tools! Bonnie will also be sharing about the process of fabric design and open it up for a question and answer session before closing with a free giveaway!


Have you seen her new fabric line Sweet as Honey?  It is AMAZING!  It's really nice to look at on a day like today... when we get 8 inches of snow.  Although some of us don't mind the snow...

Her new line has such a nice feeling of spring, the colors are so fresh and warm!  In fact, we liked it so much that we ordered her whole line!

*Photo by Bonnie Christine

I'm loving all these beautiful hexagons! 

*Photo by Bonnie Christine

Look at these mug rugs!  I love them, and these will be on display at her trunk show.  Free pattern of the Honeycomb Mug Home is posted on her blog!

*Photo by Bonnie Christine

Hope to see Tuesday, February 18th at 2pm!! 



Posted in agf, art gallery fabrics, bonnie christine, hexagon, honeycomb, quilt, sweet as honey

Hexagon Dish Towel

Posted on June 22, 2012 by Jenn Thurston | 0 comments

I made this cute little dish towel the other week and just wanted to share how it turned out.  It's no secret that I love Bonnie and Camille's fabric (what ever line it is, I can guarantee I have it).  I wanted to do something a little different with this fabric than just making a quilt, so I ran across some dish towels I had lying around for a while and thought I wouldn't mind doing some cheater applique with them.

I really like how it turned out, but with those colors how could you not??

Here's a close up of the cheater applique.  Traditional hexagons are all hand stitched - if you know one thing about me, I'm not a hand stitching type of girl.  So I used some heat and bond, and edge stitched.  It may not be traditional but I sure like how quick the project finished up!

Ready for use - although I think it maybe be too pretty to be used in our house!

If anyone is interested, there will be some kits posted soon.  Check back for an update of where they can be found.


Posted in Bonnie and Camille, Dish towel, Hexagon, Kit, Moda, Vintage Modern