We’ve added this category for all the other fun stuff that doesn’t fit into one of the other regular categories, but we think is too darn cute to live without.

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Among Friends


32″ X 36″

Four designers combined their talents to create this adorable quilted wall hanging which features wool applique on cotton background.

  • Sheep Row created by The Woolen Needle
  • Flying Flowers Row created by Yellow Creek Quilt Designs
  • Baskets & Birds Row created by Designs by Cozy Quarters
  • Flowers Row created by Plays With Wool Designs

Kit/Pattern Combo (includes cotton & wool for top & binding)


Color Wheel Pin Cushion


Use wool or cotton to make a fun “mini tuffet” pin cushion.

Finished pin cushion measures approximately 4 1/2″ diameter.

Kit contains: Pre-drilled plywood base, 4 bolts, round foam, ground walnut shells, tufting cord, felt for bottom & instructions.

You supply: fat quarter muslin, 13 – 1 1/2″ X 5″ rectangles of wool OR cotton, decorative button for top, flat button for bottom, 4 small drawer pulls for “feet”

Out Of Stock

Hexagon Star-A-Day


Hand piecing pattern includes plastic templates by Karen Styles from Australia.

12 different reproduction Fabric packets available to make 365 stars.

Monthly fabric packets contain 60 (or 62) 5″ X 6″ fabrics (half light/half dark) to make 30 (or 31) hexagon star blocks.

Fabric packets are available. (Note: The letter “A” behind a pack number simply means that we’ve had to re-kit.)

Soap Dish Pin Cushion


Soap Dish Pin Cushion by The Woolen Needle

Finished pin cushion measures approximately 3″ X 4 1/2″.

Kit contains: pattern, wool, cotton lining, ground walnut shells, & wire container.

Thread used:

Rustic Wool Moire Thread Color #405




Hand piecing pattern and plastic templates by Karen Styles from Australia.

12 Fabric packets are needed to make 365 stars.

Monthly fabric packets contain 30 (or 31) 5″ X 10″ fabrics to mix and match to make 30 (or 31) star blocks. You will use each fabric in two blocks.

Fabric packets are currently limited in availability.
The first month you will also need to buy 4 yards of one fabric — for the “background” setting squares and triangles for all 365 star blocks.

To set the stars together as shown in the pattern, you will also need 364 setting squares from a variety of shirting fabrics.