During the month of December we will give you a free 1/4 yard of our hand-dyed fabric (our choice of color) with any order placed on the Artfabrik website.
It’s a $6 value!
You can place your order online by credit card or by Paypal. To place an order by phone, call 847-931-7684. Orders are shipped within 7 – 10 days. Thank you!
A pair of 5″ knife blade KAI Scissors makes free-cutting small fused elements like dots, flowers, and spirals easy. They are high quality blades with sharp tips.
Schmetz Machine Quilting Needles
Use Schmetz Quilting Needles (size 14/90) to stitch through the top of your machine with our cotton 12 threads. They are sharp and strong enough for straight stitching as well as free-motion work.
Richard Hemming Embroidery Needles
Use Richard Hemming Size 4 Needles for stitching with our Size 8 thread. One packet contains 12 needles. (See the Needle and Thread Size Chart for needle and thread comparisons.
Dritz Embroidery Needle Packet
Use Dritz Embroidery Needles for hand embroidery work. One packet contains needles in sizes 1, 3, 5 to hand stitch with our Cotton 5, 8, or 12 threads. Confused? See the Needle and Thread Size Chart for needle and thread comparisons.
Silicone Release Paper
Silicone Release Paper is perfect for pattern transfer to fused fabrics, building fused collages, and protecting your iron and ironing surface. Highly recommended by the Chicago School of Fusing.
Pellon Wonder Under #805 Fusible Web
Pellon Wonder Under #805 Fusible Web (17″ wide with release paper) is the best for all your fusing needs. Highly recommended by the Chicago School of Fusing. 2 Yards plus Chicago School of Fusing Rules of Fusing Etiquette.
Dritz Iron Off
Dritz Iron-off is used to clean fusible web and other residue off your iron. It is non-toxic and non-abrasive. In a 1 oz tube.
Timtex is a stiff interfacing used for making the wrapped binding for shaped quilts. This curvy edged binding method is found in quilts like our flower Patterns and in Fanciful Stitches, Colorful Quilts. Measures 13 1/2″ x 22″.
One of the by-products of dyeing fabric is the threads that unravel from the fabric during washing. Be creative! Add Thread Ravels to your work. One baggie of thread clumps in a variety of colors.