The Best Quilting Innovations Since the Ruler
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Husband and wife team, Paul and Janna Thomas co-founded Bloc Loc. Paul, an Australian, was an aircraft maintenance engineer and Janna, an American, is the author of Courtship Quilts; Inspired by the Victorian Language of Flowers, published by Martingale & Co 2005. Janna is a passionate quilt designer.
Now based in Loveland Colorado, Bloc Loc manufactures, distributes and sells their own patent pending products which are new and innovative, made of the highest quality materials by the old fashioned standard of making products which are built tough enough to last from one generation to the next. In everything they do, they honor quilt making’s rich role in cultures throughout the world.
Because of the design of the ruler, you can turn the HST and the ruler at the same time with no slipping. I love it!
As a quilting teacher, I try out a lot of new products–this is the best one yet!
I’ve just squared up 3 dozen HST’S in about 15 minutes and they are perfect–this is the greatest!
Talent and individual expression are not qualities that just other people possess. You have it, too. All of you have a capacity for creativity in your quilting. Let yours happen and realize there are no boundaries to your unique expression.
Don’t miss Janna Thomas’s new book – Border Bling I
The latest book from the creative mind of Janna Thomas. This book of unique and fun borders features several layout and size options for each border design. Add some BLING to your quilts with Border Bling!
What makes "art" is its life - pulsing and shining with the energy and intentions of its creator. The art of quilting glows with a respect for all the generations that have come before - putting thread, needle, and cloth together with vision and love.African American Quilting: The Warmth of Tradition by Sule Greg Wilson