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Quilting Possibilities
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Hello Happy Quilters!

The weather is a bit, well shall we say strange lately?  It snowed here at the Jersey early Monday morning and we awoke to 3" or so of wet, heavy stuff.  Then Wednesday it was almost 70 degrees here!  Mother Nature needs a vacation or at least a mental health day I'm thinking.

So I've been stitching away waiting for the weather to make up it's mind.  It's that funny time of year, on warm days you're itching to get into the garden but the ground is still too cold and you know you'll be sorry if you start mucking around in there and turn the soil to cement for the summer.

I'm working on a new Step Two class, something to take the beginners to the next level and also a class to strengthen piecing skills for those want that.  I'm hoping to have it ready to unveil by the end of the month . . . stay tuned!

I'm also finally ready for the Wooly Block Adventure - good thing because it started this week!  Our block is a cute little hermit crab and if you're a wool applique lover, click here for the details.

I'm also fooling around dyeing more wool - having a blast doing that! - and working on some samples for the summer.  
Our sample for the 2016 NJ Shop Hop is finished, ok the pattern isn't written but I know where my notes are!  And I'm working out the details of our 2016 Row By Row Experience row and driving everyone crazy trying to describe what I want to do.  I've done one really rough drawing and it looks really good in my head.  I'm starting to collect supplies to get it out of my head and onto fabric.

I'm also stitching up a sample for a demo we'll be doing during the Shop Hop.  I love the block, I'm wondering why I made it 3" finished though - but it's easy, there's a trick!

What are you working on while you're waiting for Mother Nature to calm down and bring on Spring?

What's New AT QP?
Twenty GORGEOUS Summery batiks have arrived!  My favorite colors are in this line.  And we have them online!  Click the picture for a link.

A pretty runner for your Spring table.  Click the picture for a link.
Our new associate, Pearl, is dressed for the season in our front display - stop in if you're in the area and see what Pearl has up her sleeve!

The shop will be closed Easter Sunday.  We wish all those who celebrate Easter, a joyous day.
Debbie's Tip - click this link for a video on how to do perfectly mitered binding corners.  
Quilting Possibilities

918 Lacey Road
Forked River, NJ 08731
(609) 242-0033

Store Hours
Tues- Sat 10-4, Sun noon -4, closed Mondays

One of the finest quilt shops in NJ, Quilting Possibilities opened in 1995 and moved to it's 4th and current home in 2012. Pleasantly overstuffed with thousands of bolts of quilting fabric, notions, Debbie's hand dyed wool, wool supplies, hand and machine embroidery supplies, books and patterns - and Debbie's original pattern line, QP Design Studio. QP is the quilter's destination at the shore! We are authorized dealers and service centers for Baby Lock, BERNINA, Elna and Janome sewing machines, sergers and embroidery machines. We also represent Handi Quilter with a Avante and Sweet 16 on the sales floor. Koala and Horn of America sewing cabinets are also on display. We are also AccuQuilt Signature Dealers with all cutters on the sales floor for demos. Ask about our AccuQuilt Club!