Sunday, June 14, 2015

American Summer SALE - Day 2

Whew, that was fun.  Are you ready for Day 2?

Our notion of the day is the Hera marker.  It's our favorite handy-dandy tool when we are marking quilts for quilting.  It is perfect for marking straight lines.  You see, you just run this butter-knife-looking-thingy along side your ruler and it makes a perfect sharp crease in your top.  The crease stays in for a couple of days - and you never have to worry about any pencil marks not washing out.
You can find it HERE

Our special One Of A Kind item is this....
We have 2 vintage 1940's Halloween paper baskets filled with 14 Fat Quarters of Scaredy Cat - our now extinct Halloween fabric collection.  This one of a kind goodie won't last long and you can find it HERE.

We still have some Gift Bags from yesterday - you can find them HERE. 

Polly has made up a special rug hooking kit for the sale.

The price of the kit is (hand drawn linen with finished edge, all the hand dyed wool needed to hook it)   $175.00 and you can find it HERE. The finished rug finishes at 17.5" x 24"

Also, all items ordered today can get an additional 10% of with the coupon code SALEDAY2

And now for today's auction item. (Remember - to bid on the auction item you need to leave a comment on this blog post with your bid - and leave your email address so we can contact the winner) The auction will be until midnight Eastern Standard Time.

Here is an original rug designed and hooked by Polly Minick.  It measures 19" x 19".  This auction starts at $125.00.  Again, a portion of the proceeds for the auction will go to Semper Fi and the Humane Society.

Thank you everyone

Polly and Laurie


Pam said...

$130.00 - I love this little hooked rug!

Ruth said...

Happy Monday - i bid $135.00 -
Semper Fi -

Clb. said...

In regards to the patriotic sand pail rug kit, is the light color white, off white or beige?

Laurie said...


The wool color is off white



Clb. said...

Thanks for the information. Carol

Laurie said...

Ruth - email me at and I'll get the Santa out to you!

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