Several years ago, rag quilts were quite popular. It started with flannels and homespun woven fabrics, and slowly made its way to the quilter's cottons. Quilts were made with or without batting, some with only the fabrics used and some with flannel used in place of the batting. Some had applique accents added and were done with unfinished edges so those would also rag when washed. Quilters got really creative. Baby quilts, lap quilts, throws and bed-size quilts done in this technique could be seen everywhere. What happened to them? Where have they gone?
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