The sisters worked hard to get all the products listed.
Mary & Margaret, Friendly shop owners.
They have also uploaded a very limited quantity of 4″ bow tie stamps. Go to their website listed above to do all your template stamp shopping. When the products are gone, they are gone.
I have to say, retirement is already very good! I’m pulling out patterns from other designers that I’ve always wanted to do, but there was always a new pattern or template stamp to develop or deadline to meet. It has been fun just working on my own projects and I’ll continue to post them on the Cindy Blackberg Facebook page from time to time.
I’ve gotten quite a few congratulations and thank you emails from many of you. I couldn’t have run this business without your support. I’m doubly blessed by your support over the years and knowing some of you from classes I’ve taught around the world. I do appreciate every one of you.
It has been a while since I wrote and needed to let you know that I’m closing my business down this month.
BUT… My local quilt shop, Twisted Sisters located in Maryville, TN is purchasing all my stamps and even some discontinued ones. When the stamps are gone, they’ll be gone for good. You can visit their website at: www.twistedsistersquiltshop.com
PLEASE give them time to upload all of the template stamps and products onto their website. Not only can you purchase my stamps, but they house a full range of beautiful fabrics including Jo Morton’s lines. (And lots of precuts and supplies.)
I WILL SEND OUT ANOTHER BLOG POST WHEN THEY HAVE EVERYTHING LISTED ON THEIR WEBSITE. For now, you can bookmark their site and I’ll let you know more in a week or so.
I have to thank all of you for the support you have given me over all the years. You have been a blessing to me and my family.
Hi everyone! I hope you are ready for Christmas. (It comes each year whether we are ready or not, LOL!) I’m almost there, but isn’t there one more gift to wrap, one more present to purchase and one more quilt to finish?
My good friend, Jo Morton just had her version of one of my very favorite blocks, the sunburst block, published in Simply Vintage.
The funniest part of the story is that Jo and I worked simultaneously on our quilts and didn’t compare until the tops were done! They are similar, aren’t they?
You remember my version appeared in American Patchwork earlier this year.
Well, maybe you need to make a few of these blocks for Christmas! And GREAT news for our international friends! My local quilt shop, Twisted Sisters, has agreed to do international shipping of my stamps! (See the header on my website for a link.)
I get at least 2 or 3 questions every week asking for information on piecing or basic tips I’ve covered more than once.
I’ve had a look at all the blog posts I’ve made over the past 6 years and there were a lot of them! It was so hard to find the information so I’ve deleted quite a few so you can find what you need quickly.
Here is how you can get the information you need. Just go to the “blog” heading on my website. Scroll down the right side of the page. You’ll see several categories. Click on the link that you are interested in viewing and you’ll see some great tips and information right at your finger tips!
Another way to see really popular tips is to click on “Free Projects and Tips” under the header bar. We’ve posted the 3 videos that I made there for your convenience along with some of the most popular blog posts.
Want something FREE? Got some great patterns under that same tab, “Free Projects and Tips”. Just click on the link and download your favorites!
While sorting through my inventory, I found some Inner City stamps. I’m going to offer them at first come, first serve, no invoices, no checks. You MUST have a Paypal account to purchase as Paypal will “count down” the amount I have left.
Inner City Stamp
This stamp will combine with Aunt Hattie’s Hexagon (1 1/8″ hexagon) to make other designs.
Option for using the inner city stamp.
Inner City Pattern included with the stamp.
Now for the bad news… My new stamp distributor has had to raise my prices a significant amount. I’m holding the line on my prices for a couple months. After that time, I’m going to have to raise my prices on any remaining inventory.
I’m also going to discontinue some of my slower sellers. The first 2 to go are the “Cracker Box” and the “Dresden Plate“. I’ll have counters on these 2 stamps and when they are gone, they are gone. I’m sorry to discontinue some of my personal favorites, but it is a business decision I’ve had to make.
I do have some additional good news! I’m working on some new patterns that you are going to LOVE! I’ll keep you posted!
It is here! I’ve been working away this summer on the new 3″ Churn Dash blocks. They are so easy to make and so stinkin’ cute you are going to love them!!! The blocks finish to 3″ and are so simple to hand piece.
I’ve created a new video on how I hand piece.
This video is hand piecing hexagons, but the same techniques can be applied to any blocks.
This video will be especially helpful for those working on my Rowing by Hand Mystery.
Here is the video, but it can also be found on my Tips page under Free Projects and Tips.