June 20, 2008 - 10:36 am

Welcome!

Hello! From here you can access your My Star Collection subscription (button on the left) and visit our bookstore (button on the left or top menu). Also, enjoy your favorite cartoon Mrs. Bobbins, read some fun blog posts, and get to know our authors. Enjoy!

14 Responses to “Welcome!”

  1. Where can I purchase a copy of “Out of the Box,” hexagon quilt patterns? Do you have any copies left?

  2. … unfortunately, it’s out of print. It was a great book for us, but sales had slowed to the point where we couldn’t justify publishing another batch.

    We are thinking, though, about putting some of the patterns on-line. So keep an eye out!

  3. Love the new look! It’s so much easier to read for aging eyes!

  4. I my goodness….I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the new website look! Great job! ~~Sheri

  5. I was wondering if this is where I should be for the Table Top Blog Tour posting? Did not see anything “obvious” on the site. Thanks for any information. Judy C

  6. Here’s the link, Judy. It’s now on our home page, too:

    http://www.kansascitystarquilts.com/2011/05/27/table-talk-blog-tour/

  7. Hello, whew I finally got on to your site. I’ve read your blog but was unable to reply.
    I want to have my name entered for your book.
    Thanks

  8. really like your site very informative and easy to use .

  9. I really like your website. I bookmarked you .Thinking about the star a week offer.

  10. You didn’t give the address for the Market for quilt show in KC.

    Thanks!

  11. Hey there! The entrance is on 16th and McGee streets. See you there!

  12. The book has great patterns. My early memories are of sewing with my grandmother on her Singer treadle sewing machine. We made almost everything we wore.

  13. Ooooo!! I’ve been following Barbara’s blog about this book. I’d love to win a copy!!! Thank you for the opportunity!

  14. Regarding the Alphabet Quilt: I have the original newspaper patterns and did not find the x or y pattern either. I do have a photo of another alphabet quilt using those patterns and there is a xylophone and yarn feature added. The mystery remains…were those letters not submitted to the newspaper collection?

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