Sunday, December 8, 2019

Holiday Favorites Blog Hop.......

Blessings upon all quilters this Christmas season!

I was asked by my friend Lori of Humble Quilts to participate in the......

I am so looking forward to reading these
blog posts and I hope you will 
join me in supporting
some of my favorite artists
by reading their blogs for this
holiday inspired blog hop.
It starts tomorrow, so
please be sure to visit each
artist's site on the date by
their name and blog site below.
Simply click each link to visit them.

Sometimes, holiday shopping is
a little daunting, so,
I thought I would share with you all
some of my favorite things I use
as a scrap quilter
here at the Quilt Cave.
Maybe you are in need of a few ideas
for a little gift for that special quilter
 in your life?
Maybe it is a bigger gift for yourself?
I hope the following products
will give you an idea of
something to get him, her, or you?
(I am in no way affiliated with any of these
products, and am NOT financially
compensated in any way.)

My IronEZ!
You can see it attached to my custom
ironing board in the photo above.
Before I used my IronEZ, I was constantly
knocking off my bottle of starch!
Not anymore with this handy dandy holder!
I am also not searching for my
spray bottle as I am
ironing through wrinkled scraps.
It is always in the same place now!

Watch Scott Huff creator of 
in the video above share the story
behind his product.
Scott has generously offered my readers
a discount on IronEZ
if you order using the following
discount code:
Thanks IronEZ!

This is my absolute favorite starch
to use on my fabrics.
I know not everyone uses starch
or starch alternatives, but, I do.
I layer fabrics as I starch which I feel
increases the accuracy of my cuts.
If you can't find this starch in your local
grocery store, you can find it

I could not imagine cutting through my scraps
without my Kai 7300 series scissors.
These are beyond amazing in my opinion.
They have the heft my man hands need!
I can starch and iron up to 10
layers of fabrics and slice through them
very easily using these scissors.
Find them

I don't know what I would do without my
Accuquilt Studio die cutter.
As many scraps as I go through,
this purchase was a go big, or go home
moment for me.
I personally feel my quilt making 
has improved due to 
accurate cuts.
Their strip dies are my favorites.
Browse the Accuquilt web site

If you know me, you KNOW I am NOT
ashamed to profess I use a seam guide
to sew with.
Accurate cutting, along with sewing an
accurate 1/4" seam, produces
accurate results.
Bonnie Hunter's is my favorite!
You can find one

And last.....
I cannot sew without a good pair of snips.
I have a pair located at every sewing station
I have.  That way, I don't have to go looking
for them every time I sit down to sew.
They come in all different shapes and sizes,
but, you can find my favorite ones

There you have it, a few of my favorite things
I use in my quilt studio.  Maybe you saw something
that could enhance your sewing space?
As always, I want to thank you all for your
continued encouragement and support.
I count it a privilege to have you all
visit me when you read a blog post
by Ole' Kevin the Quilter.
Let the fun begin tomorrow with the...

Thanks for all of the encouragement!
Keep on Quilting!
Kevin the Quilter


  1. Thanks for sharing your favorite little tools. Some of them I already have (cannot have enough Kai scissors, IMHO); some never saw (Faultless spray starch in a can?)
    Can't wait to follow the blogs for the holidays!

  2. Many of your favorites are mine too!!

  3. Oh, I can't wait for this hop!

  4. Well, I subscribe to 2 of the blogs on the and Lori!! Love that I'll be introduced to new blogs!! Thanks for the cool list...I'm off to check out the scissors and snips!!

  5. Never used starch before but on my next visit to the US I will buy me some and try it!

  6. I have to agree with your favorite things. To add some of mine: The Purple Thang to turn things inside out or poke a corner, Karen Kay Buckley scissors (the serrated edges are phenomenal), Clover fork pins for piecing seams on top of each other, my Singer 301 machines, Stripology ruler, Quilters select non slip rulers, Panasonic cordless iron, wool pressing mats, a design wall, Glide and PremoSoft thread- are all items I use all the time that make my work better. Now, you can add more things to your Christmas list!

  7. Kevin thank you for the recommendations! I ordered two pair of the snips and they also had the hand quilting needles that I have been having a hard time finding!


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