Stitchery projects showcasing a variety of handwork techniques offer a bounty of inspiration to all who visit Huckleberry Patches in McCall, Idaho.
New wool and fabric collections team up with a bevy of handwork projects in the main room of the colorful shop.
Projects featuring dimensional appliquu00e9 and hand-dyed wool pop against the lavender walls at Huckleberry Patches.
Meet the Staff at Huckleberry Patches
Front row, from left: Katie Granger (owner) and Lisa Murrant (owner); back row: Kristie Forrey, Sandra Ormiston, and Joyce Alexander.
Autumn decor, quilt samples, and bolts of fabric team up in a fall-theme display.u0026nbsp;
The African Tulip Tote and coordinating coin purse by Sue Spargo showcase myriad embellishments and hand-embroidery stitches.
Blast from the Past
Rows of bolts featuring1930s fabrics accompany a block-of-the-month project and yo-yo quilt. Both projects provide opportunities to practice handwork.u0026nbsp;
Civil War Section
A generous selection of reproduction-inspired fabrics and patterns find a home in the Civil War room.
Rickrack, yo-yos, hand embroidery, and prairie points combine result in a quilt packed with texture and charm. Shop owners Lisa Murrant and Katie Granger designed Brimming Baskets for Quilt Sampleru00ae Fall/Winter 2013 magazine.u0026nbsp;
Brimming Baskets Machine-Quilting Details
A loop design in the backgrounds of the basket and wreath blocks, a feathered leaf in each Four-Patch unit, and a continuous vine in the border are highlights of Christine Vogel's machine-quilting designs on Brimming Baskets.u0026nbsp;
Get the Magazine!
Contact Huckleberry Patches to purchase a copy of Quilt Sampleru00ae Fall/Winter 2013 magazine, pick up the issue at your local quilt shop or newsstand, or get the digital issue online.Peek inside O'Susannah's Quilts and Gifts, another quilt shop featured in the Fall/Winter 2013 issue.