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- In the heart of Indiana is a bright yellow door. Inside is a quilt store.
- Take a peek inside the Yellow Door Quilt Store!
- We hit it off and Mary Beth now offers a number of my designs in her booth and shop!
- Furthermore, you simply MUST experience Mary Beth’s “Hootie Hoo” Facebook Live sessions!
In the heart of Indiana is a bright yellow door. Inside is a quilt store.
Enter the Yellow Door Quilt Store to find a cute little quilt shop filled with fun, beautiful fabric (and some cool patterns)!
Take a peek inside the Yellow Door Quilt Store!
Located south of Indianapolis, in Nashville, IN, the Yellow Door Quilt Store carries unique and bright fabrics. They might have a modern flare, but there’s definitely something for everyone!
Initially, I met the owner, Mary Beth, when I popped in to her booth at the Paducah quilt show. I think she noticed I was looking at both sides of her fabrics. As usually happens when I’m auditioning both sides, a lively conversation ensued. I knew right away her fabrics would work beautifully with my patterns.
We hit it off and Mary Beth now offers a number of my designs in her booth and shop!
You’ll likely find bright, bold, and interesting fabrics at the Yellow Door Quilt Store which might include Kaffe Fassett Collective, Marcia Derse, Kathy Doughty, Jane Sasseman, and Alexander Henry. Regardless of your favorite quilting and fabric style, I’m certain everyone will enjoy a visit to the Yellow Door!
Additionally, it was Mary Beth’s who suggest I make a sugar skull pattern using both sides of one focus fabric.
It was certainly a milestone to send the first printing of the Flora Quilt Pattern (sugar skull) to Mary Beth, even though she already carried a number of my titles. It’s fun when a shop owner is excited about using both beautiful sides!
Basically, Flora is a fast, easy pattern made with fusible applique and broderie perse. First, trace and cut the skull shape from a full-size paper template. Next, press the fusible template onto the RIGHT side of the floral fabric. Finally, cut Flora’s flower garland from the floral motif itself, arranged on the quilt and fused. Learn more about broderie perse HERE.
Flora is made with BOTH beautiful sides of a floral fabric. Click HERE for link to Flora Focus Fabric Kit.
Grab a hot cup of coffee and stay in your jammies to shop!
Visit Mary Beth online HERE or in her quilt store!
SHOP more than 50 unique quilt patterns that use both beautiful sides of fabric!
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