Wool Bundles

Look what I added to my web site!  Little wool bundles!  These are so cute I may just send one to myself.  If I got one in the mail, I might be tempted to keep it bundled on a shelf,  just because the colors are so pretty.   But don’t do that! These little bundles are made to be used! 

So, what can you use these for?  Applique and crafts!  These are 6″ x 7″ pieces of  Weeks Dye Works hand dyed wools!  Remember that chick in “A Tisket, A Tasket” block four?  Here’s the perfect yellow for the little guy!  Use these wools for times when you don’t need a large piece.  They are perfect for applique! 

You can find them here on my web site!

I’m off to a breakfast at my Granddaugther’s school.  She’s so excited I’m coming, but then she’s only 10.  Think it will change when she’s in her teens?

Hugs,

Anne

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  • amber - That’s great! The colors are beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • jaybird - so cute that i want them both!!ReplyCancel

  • Mimi aka Faye aka qltnbe - Those colors are scrumptious!!!ReplyCancel

  • Diane - I certainly hope we don’t every lose that wonderful bond with our granddaughters. I have two, ages 6 and 2 — right now they’re my greatest fans. You’re so fortunate to have her close by!ReplyCancel

  • anna lee - I love the sherbert, it looks Yummy! It must really make your creative artisrty soar to see & touch these delicious fabrics….. yummy!!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - I’m so glad to see the little wool bundles in your shop….noticed the beautiful houndstooth ones were not there last time I browsed.
    Your granddaughter will love you forever!! My boys continued our tradition of Christmas shopping & dinner w/ their grandma until they were in their 20s, much to her happy surprise :-)ReplyCancel

  • Anna - Hi Anne,

    I am having a hard time finding some nice white wool to use for my snowmen…snow-women…can you direct me??? I love the wook bundles and they are on my list!ReplyCancel

  • KatieQ - Anne,
    I LOVE those colors. As a budding applique fan, I never thought of mixing wool and quilting weight fabric in the same block. (How dull am I?) Do I have to do any kind of special backing to use wool on quilting weight fabric?ReplyCancel

  • Bari Jo Moore - Love the bundles! And, no, I don’t think it will change when she is in her teens! I LOVED my grandmother – she taught me to sew and tried to teach me to knit! (I was a challenging student!) But I LOVED LOVED LOVED my grandmother and loved that she spent time with me – I wanted my friends to know her and it was a treat to be with her and I never changed my mind about that! I miss her so! Enjoy your day with your granddaughter!
    :O) BariReplyCancel

  • Renita Sullivan - Finally got to your blogspot Anne! I’m a bit behind at the moment! The wool is just beautiful…I would have a hard time cutting it up for at least a day or two :)ReplyCancel

  • Sunny - Oh how yummy! Learning to applique is on my list of things to do, and I can’t wait to use this!ReplyCancel

  • Erika - So very sweet and adorable.ReplyCancel

  • Inge Slaats - What a lovely beautiful bundles!
    Sounds like a lot of fun, breakfast with your granddaughter! Being a grandmother is the most wonderful thing in life. I have 4 grandchildren, age 2, 3, 5 and 6, 1 granddaughter, 3 grandsons and they all live nearby. Lucky me!

    Quilty regards,
    Inge from the NetherlandsReplyCancel

  • Linda Gardner - Love them both, I’ve been collecting patterns and looking for wool sources. However, no purchasing or pricing info, am I missing something??ReplyCancel