The Corn Wagon Team

In 2005 we expanded and now occupy 4,000 sq. ft. of building space to bring you the latest in quilting and stitchery ideas and products. Our goal is to provide you with expert, friendly advice whether it be in fabric selection, piecing, quilting or any stitchery questions you may have. We are always happy to support and encourage you in your creativity.

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What do you want for Valentine's Day? A Corn Wagon GIFT CERTIFICATE! (I mentioned sticky notes last week. How did that go? Has he gotten the hint? Do you need to go poster size? That would get his attention...hehe) How about another idea? He can make these Fat Quarter ROSES! I know, can you believe it? Roses that won't wilt and fade away. Fabric Roses that stay around until you decide you need them in a project... then recycle! Re-use! Go Green! Simply pull it apart and voila! You have a fat quarter again! I know, don't you feel like you want to hug a tree? It's brilliant! Oh and I thought that this would be a perfect way to hide some of my fabric stash... you know... "hide them in plain sight"! Make a fat quarter rose bouquet in various colorways and fabric lines that you have collected. Come to think of it, this might get out of hand. They could be everywhere... IF you have a stash like mine. It is BIG! HUGE! I mean, 15 years working at Corn Wagon, Big! I have fabric EVERYWHERE.... even... do I dare say....rented a storage unit...That may or may not contain mostly totes of fabric that I WILL USE SOMEDAY PEOPLE! I WILL! (I also store a box of old files and golf clubs in that same storage unit to throw off the hubby...) Yes, I have a problem and I'm admitting it. This is the first step I am told. But it's the only step I'm taking because I love this thing called QUILTING! It is my therapy. Now that I shocked you with my extensive Fabric stash, I'll get back to my roses...Yesterday, I played around with this Fat Quarter Rose idea. I didn't want the Fat Quarter to be glued or cut so you could unwrap the rose and use your fat quarter in a future project, so I figured how to do it and made one! Then made a few more, and before I knew it I had a bouquet! I wanted to share my idea so I made you a "how-to" tutorial on you-tube. Search the title of 'Fabric Fat Quarter Roses' and you should find it. Now you can "hide your stash in plain sight" and make a fat quarter bouquet of roses! Better yet, show your hubby what you really want him to make you.... a dozen fat quarter roses! If he isn't too crafty, he can buy them, already made, at Corn Wagon! SAWEEET! UPCOMING SALES: "Diamonds are Forever"....but our DIAMOND TEXTILE FABRIC sale only lasts until Saturday, February 13th so take advantage of this savings while it lasts! Back by popular demand, our wonderful woven Diamond Fabrics are ON SALE NOW (30% OFF) until February 13th. You won't want to miss this sale. These wovens are yummy! Marvelous Monday! All Wool is 25% off! Hand dyed, wool on the bolt, and wool kits are all 25% off. Need I say more? I think not. Dont forget about Wrong Price Wednesdays! Everyy Wednesday, All Fat Quarters are $1.99... (until we come to our senses). ;) Hope to see you soon! Mary Ann and the girls at Corn Wagon

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Pumpkin Farm

Five Stuffed Pumpkins by Threads that Bind #200

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Summer Penny Garden

81 x 96. by Primitive Gardens

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A Hummingbirds Garden

20″ x 26″  By Primitive Gatherings.

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