Saturday, February 2, 2019

KT February Special

Time to Stock Up

It's a new year with a whole new list of projects to make. Make sure you never run out of basics in your stash with our KT 8-packs of fat 1/4 bundles. We choose our best tone-on-tones, small prints and blenders - all in one color per pack - to round out your stash for the coming months. Fat quarters usually retail for around $3.25-3.75 each. Our KT 8-packs are on sale for only $20 (that's only $2.50 each) plus FREE SHIPPING thru the month of February. Pick your color pack and we'll do the rest!


Find our KT fat quarter 8-packs HERE.

Want to win an 8-pack of your choosing? Comment here on how you collect/store your fat quarter collection. I'm enjoying everyone's ideas.

Note: Robert is with me in Florida for a week teaching. He will ship your fabric as soon as he returns. Thanks for you patience.

62 comments:

  1. I LOVE Fat Qrts and I LOVE Kansas Troubles! I store them together in collections by designer so I keep them together. I also sometimes take a pattern and all of the fabric for it and I bundle it together and store in a tubby until I can get to it. That way when I make the pattern I have all I need! I am picky about fabrics matching! One of my favorite KT collections was Heartfelt!!

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  2. I don't have too many fat quarter collections, but the ones I do have I keep separate from my regular fabric stash; my fabric is stacked by color on shelving units, and the fat quarters are on top of the shelf.

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  3. Storing far quarters is not an issue as I rarely have many. There is one quilt shop within 100 miles of me so I tend to purchase online going with yardage.

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  4. I only have a few fat quarter bundles and they are left, as is, with the ribbon still tied. They look so cute that I can't bear to take them apart...at least not until I decide what to do with them. The single ones are pre-washed and stored by color with my other yardage.

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  5. I'm a primitive quilter and love all the darker prairie prints. My stash is in cupboards according to color, but FQ's stay bundled on the counter top always in view and ready to join a project.

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  6. I only have a few FQs bundled still and on the dresser in my sewing room! Lovely decorations for sure!

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  7. I keep mine folded by color on some old metal racks that they fit on. I don't remember where I got the racks, but all fabs 1/4 yd or less go here in color families. LOVE your fabs!

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  8. Hi Lynne, Really enjoyed the Pumpkin Seeds class in Sevierville yesterday. Hope you have a safe trip south. Sue bennett

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    1. Sue, so good to meet you. We really enjoyed everyone in the class, too.

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  9. I have my fat quarters in piles with other sized cuts by color. I am going to have to see which piles need some KT bundles!

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  10. I store all mine in see through plastic bins.

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  11. I have my FQ bundles stored on my shelves in my sewing room. I keep them bundled together until I need them for a project. They are so versatile and just lovely to look at!

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  12. I usually buy fat quarters for a specific project so all components, fabric & pattern stay together in little paper shopping bags. Every store displays their fqs in different ways. They’re folded in triangles, quarters, thirds & rolled. If I buy cause color or pattern grabs my attention then I have a square plastic box to store them. Holiday fqs have their own smaller box. Will need to look at your cream bundles.

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  13. I like to keep my fat quarters tied in the ribbon they come in until I’m ready to use them. Eye candy for the sewing room

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  14. Like so many others, my fat quarters are by color in a plastic shoe box. Any fat quarters or smaller scraps are saved. Some cut their scraps up into a system of sizes, but I just save mine as they are.
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  15. I have mine in a plastic box.

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  16. I am a retired teacher and have an old library card catalogue that I keep mine in. They fit perfectly in the drawers and I keep them organized by color. Terri

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  17. KSS I plastic box that I keep them in.

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  18. I bought the cardboard fat quarter boxes from Connecting Threads. They should hold about hundred, I have 3 of them filled. I had them tower stacked and they fell over have lol! I love fat quarters have over 1k. Now I have to do something differently

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  19. I have a set of closet organizer drawers in my sewing room. My husband put mounted my cutting table on top of the drawers which ended up being the perfect height for me (I am tall). I love that I have all my fat quarters right there for me to look through. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I have a fat quarter storage case that I bought several years ago. I store loose ones by color and keep collections together. I also have a stationary storage box for overflow. 😊

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  21. I wish I could say I had a wonderfully innovative way to store my fat quarters. However, I store them upright in shoe boxes or plastic storage boxes by color.

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  22. I don't have a whole lot of fat quarters, but when I visit a quilt shop and I'm not really "buying" that day, I try to buy 4 FQs to support the store. I just buy what I love so I have the most KT FQs! When I get home, I fold them all the same...quartered both width and length wise and then they get stored according to colour. They are all stacked in a glass curio cabinet and I can always see what I have. But the bad thing for me and FQs is that once I buy them, I don't want to sew with them!!! I want to collect and keep them!!! Thanks so much for this chance.

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  23. I buy fat quarters when I see one or a collection that I like. Sometimes I buy them to go with something I already have. I store my fat quarters in boxes that I have covered with upholstery fabric samples. My husband built shelves to cover one wall of my sewing room. Each box is covered with the same color fabric that is in each box.

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  24. Most of my FQ are for specific projects so they are placed in a 12 X 12 clear plastic container along with the pattern, threads and any yardage all set to cut and sew. When I purchase a FQ bundle it usually sets out where I can enjoy looking at it while it decides what it wants to be ☺️

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  25. I have a neat old wooden CD holder that I put all my fat quarters in. My KT fabric and KT FQs warrant their own metal storage basket! Love them!!!

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  26. I have my fat quarters stacked vertically in 5" wide plastic baskets that I got at Target. The baskets are placed on their side and stacked 2 high. The fat quarters look like little books on a Shelf. Organized by color and designer.

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  27. Mine are stored according to color, and Civil War fat quarters together Love Fat Quarters! Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your beautiful fabrics!

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  28. I store my fat quarters folded, by colors and themes. Love your tone on tone fabrics beautiful colors!

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  29. I don’t have many fat quarters, actually just one bundle of them that is awaiting a quilt pattern. But yesterday, I saw at a store a beautiful display spread out on on a round table — all reproduction prints but the same color scheme as Kansas Troubles. Lovely!

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  30. My Kt and other bundled collections are stored in a barrister's bookcase. My 30s collection is in storage cases. The rest is scattered as I haven't figured out where or how to store them after I moved.

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  31. I usually get my fat quarter from a local quilt shop. I however, love getting fabrics from online orders. I have a small shelf that hangs on the wall and holds 4 shelves of fat quarters. The little shelf was purchased for $3. at a yard sale. I love it!

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  32. I just spent this awful cold spell organizing all my KT fabrics. The fat quarters were wrapped on a comic board, 4 fit easily. I can't stop looking at how beautiful my tub looks now!!! (I'm glad I did it, I realized I have very few of the purples)

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  33. I used to work in a quilt shop, so I have to fold my fat quarters a certain way--lol! I sort them by color and store in plastic bins.

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  34. I tend to collect fat quarters when they go on sale.
    I have an old dresser from the kids, that I store them in.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  35. My fat quarters are kept together in a separate storage box. Occasionally if they are blenders I do split them into color groups. I'm intrigued by your sale bundles! I'll have to take a look!

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  36. hi lynne....i buy those comic book cardboards and wrap my fabric. i then sort by color in plastic bins and this has worked for me. i would like to find another way to store them so i am working on them. too many bins. thanks for the generous give-a-way. janet

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  37. I like to store them in clear Sterlite plastic containers. They stack well and you can see the colors through the side of

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  38. I store my fat quarters in a plastic drawer system. I try to keep them together by color.

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  39. I wash, dry, and press my fat quarters, then fold them in half lengthwise, then in half again lengthwise, then fold that strip in half. I stack them on shelf, usually by color but not always. There's probably a better way but until I reorganize, that's my system. Thanks for offering a chance to win a bundle of fat quarters.

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  40. By color, either in clear plastic boxes or drawers, depending on the color (ran out of room in one so expanded to the other! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  41. I usually store fat quarters by color. But my primitive ones go in my primitive bins which is where your's are in!! Just love your prim colors!!
    Carmen

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  42. I store them in a Longaberger laundry basket, two layers of fat quarters.

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  43. I store my fat quarters by color or theme, and keep them in clear plastic bins so that I know what I have. Thanks!

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  44. My fat quarters are stored in plastic containers(like the ones that go under a bed). They are arranged by color so that it is easy to find the color I am want.

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  45. Fat quarters ARE fun to collect and have on hand for that extra touch of a different color in your quilt. I have storage bins that are on a bookcase unit that I store my fat quarters in. They are mostly stored by theme. Yours would love to live there! Thanks!

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  46. I have 2 long old Singer drawers that I store my fat qtrs. in and use them as decor on the the top of the entertainment center along with some long bread baskets I picked up at the thrift store. They add color and personality to the room.

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  47. I only have a few fat quarters. They are left in their bundle in a wicker basket until I get ready to use them.

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  48. My fat quarters are arranged in a clear plastic tote according to colors.

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  49. I store my FQs in baskets on a bookshelf sorted by color. They look too pretty to use, but I love to sew them up and replace the gaps!

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  50. I have all my Kansas Troubles in a wonderful bag which had been made by a friend. They are all in one place, so I can use them together. I have several projects in various stages.

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  51. What about an order I made back on January 15th?
    Have not received.

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  52. I don't have many fat quarters. Most of my fabric is folded in piles on my tables. I would really like to find a better method for storing fabric. My sewing room is not the picture of organized.

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  53. I store mine in plastic bins so I can easy see them.

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  54. My husband made me a special shelf for my fat quarters. I sort mine by color or fabric line.

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  55. I like to sort mine first by project. When I have random or extra fat quarters I place them in a special zipper pouch with a see through top.

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  56. I sort by color or theme. The fat quarters are then stored in under the bed type plastic storage bins. Everything is folded and placed on end for visibility. Works for me. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  57. I used to have closed bins but the fabric didn't breathe. Now it's sorted by color in open baskets in a closet. Much better idea. No light and I put lavender dryer sheets to ward off moths.

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  58. I like to store my folded in flat tubs so I can see all the colors at the same time.

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