Sunday, February 22, 2009

SISTERHOOD of QUILTERS Fabric Has Arrived!

In the picture above, are the accessory fabrics folded in flag shape fat quarters. The full artwork panel, with 20 pieces of mini-panels can be viewed on the main Sisterhood website. In mid January the fabric collection was sent to quilt shops. It was a very exciting day because the process of artwork to fabric is a complex but rewarding journey. I have decided to call it a "birthing"!

Now that we can actually get our hands on the yardage; projects, patterns, and kits, are really popping!

The Sisterhood of Quilters Clubs are being birthed across the nation and our neighbors to the north - Canada. I will report soon on a Club in Michigan that I believe will be a great model for quilt shops that want to start with own Sisterhood Clubs. Remember this is a self-appointed club, free certificates and membership cards are available upon request and free download. It's fun and inspiring lots of Sisterhood ideas.

Please check out the website: to see the new projects and download your freebies - a Sisterhood Gratitude Quilt or our famous Quilted Heart Pin pattern.

If you can't find the fabric at the local store; let me know, and we will make sure you can join in the fun.

As you make your projects, Please post them for all to see - Showing and Sharing is what the Sisterhood is all about! If anybody needs samples of the fabric just email me and ask:


  1. I absolutely love your fabric site and the concept of your Sisterhood of Quilters with Faith, Hope, and Charity.

  2. I just found your website today, I love the three sisters, Faith, Hope and Charity. I printed them out to put on a bullentin board that hangs behind my sewing machine. Good reminders of what we should be and do. I love being part of the "sisterhood of quilters".

  3. Love the fabric, and the concept of the Sisterhood. I am a member of the sisterhood club in michigan, and we are really excited with this group. The fabric is very stunning, and I am very partial to the pinks and purples.I just finished a tote with the fabric, and am now working on a Jacket to match. Thankyou so much for bringing the sisterhood together.

  4. I was in a rural quilt shop yesterday and saw your fabric for the first time and I had to have it. I run around with 2 quilting buddies and we are named by our fellow quilters "The three Musketeers", so your three ladies on the fabric was perfect. I am going to do a special quilt to remind me of my "buddies". One of us is is in our 50's, one in her 60's and one in her 70's and we have so much fun and many laughs together!

  5. I tried subscribing but was not successful even though I am a to include you on my list, but I can't see to do that either...I am ordering all of the sisters fabric to make a quilt..just lovely indeed.
    madame samm