Monday, July 19, 2010

Free again?!

I guess Free stuff is just on my mind lately. If you guys haven't heard of it already Quilt Shop Carousel for July is still going on and you need to participate. Well, there's not too much really don't have to do much to get a free pattern. And these patterns are fabulous too! They are projects you'll actually WANT to make! Check out the current sites and their free patterns and then make sure you stop in at our website in August to receive our FREE pattern! 

All for fun and fun for all, on the Quilt Shop Carousel!!

Take a look at the site by clicking HERE!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

FREE fat quarters...

Yes, FREE fat quarters to all of our favorite online followers! Send Quilter's Refuge an email with your address included and we'll send you a postcard to redeem at our 6th Anniversary Sale (September 1st). Are you a far away follower? Well, send us your address anyway and we'll send you a postcard with a code to use online that you can redeem for 10% off a future purchase!

We appreciate all of you that participate in our online fun!

Have a FABULOUS day!

<3Bonnie Jean

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

We LOVE Free :)

And we know you love FREE too! So I'll be giving away a free Christmas charm pack. Deadline to leave a comment or post a picture is July 30th so get to it ladies & gents.

Take a look at what you could be winning....

12 Days of Christmas charm pack from Moda...


Fruitcake by Basic Grey for Moda

Join in the fun! Also make sure to keep an eye out for some extra specials I'll be posting on Facebook and on here for our upcoming sale in September.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Let's Remember Where It Started...

With the most famous seamstress of all...Betsy Ross. She even showed up George Washington, who suggested a 6-pointed star, and showed them how to make a 5-pointed star in one snip! (See how to do it yourself HERE!)  It just goes to show you that you can't do anything without some sewing/quilting involved, including beginning a new country! You go Betsy!!
While your chin is held high, knowing us crafty ladies once helped begin this nation,  we also need to take the time to reflect this Fourth of July on the lives that have been lost defending our country. 
I don't think it matters whether you support the current war or if you are strongly opposed to it. The one thing I believe we can all 'unite' on is that we care about all of our soldiers and want them to be safe! My cousin is a Marine and is currently serving his first tour overseas. While we don't know where he is, we always pray that he is safe and sound. 

So make sure you take the time to remember the soldiers, both present and past, while you're grilling hot dogs and swimming. Let's remember to be thankful for all that we have (especially fabric!) this 4th! Check out more info on Betsy Ross at this website.

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