Many quilt patterns, both traditional and contemporary in design, incorporate units that must be made first before assembling the block or borders. Through the years, how quilters assemble these units has changed. Special rulers have been developed and time-saving shortcuts are now used. As with all things, change happens. Sometimes change is sometimes good and sometimes not, but with those changes comes possibilities. Quilters now have the option to create these units in ways that are comfortable for them and, with the use of different techniques, feel more confident to take the plunge to the next skill level.
Do you need a simple solution to organize your applique pieces, quilt blocks, rows and columns when order is very important to your quilt project? A set of Marilee's Numbered Pins is the answer. Each compartmentalized case contains 130 pins and provides multiple numbers of 1-20. These high-quality stainless steel flat-head pins will not damage fabric and remain stationary while you are assembling your quilt. What a great alternative to masking tape or sticky notes!
Marilee's, suggested retail $24.99