Winter’s coming quick, and CT has released an awesome flannel novelty collection just in time to bundle up for it! Not only can you now find four new and exclusive, unbelievably soft prints to choose from, but we also carry other flannel collections such as Blast Off!, Pumpkin Party Flannels, and our Quilter’s Candy basics in an assortment of prints and colors to cover any project you’ve got in mind.
This season’s new prints include Butterfly Jubilee, Safari Scout and Lodge Flannel, giving you room to create something special for someone of any age or gender this holiday season. Quilter’s Candy Flannel is made up of 100% brushed cotton, making it super cozy and perfect for any holiday project! Within the QC Flannel Novelties, there are tons of kits, patterns, plushies, and projects to choose from that are sure to be loved….
To start things off is a fun project targeted at the kiddos. The Pillow Quilt could be brought on a backyard camping trip or a long car ride for any little adventurer to enjoy. It makes a great gift for any kid that’s constantly on-the-go, and the design even folds into a pillow that tucks into a block pocket along the back.
Download the FREE Pillow Quilt Pattern here
You can find the full Safari Scout sampler here
Another quilt I adore lately in our new Butterfly Flight Flannel Quilt, which uses the Butterfly Jubilee print and a few matching basics to create a bright and happy little project that any little girl would think was just lovely. A peridot mirage print along crisp white and floral flannels make this project both modern and whimsical.
Find the Butterfly Flight Flannel Quilt Kit here
You can find the full Butterfly Jubilee sampler here
Easy piecing whips the snuggly Basket Case flannel quilt together fast! Perfect for cuddling under, this is a great gift to sew up just in time for the chilly winter weather. Not only is this project simple and cute, you can download the pattern for FREE at Connecting Threads! It would look especially good sewn up in the Lodge flannel prints.
Download the Basket Case Flannel Quilt Pattern here
It doesn’t take much time to sew up this sweet family of little owl pillows using effortless applique and piecing. Not only is putting them together a hoot, but the end result is so cute and soft you’ll want one for every holiday or occasion! The Who What and Where pattern download would look so good in our flannel prints!
Find the Who What and Where Pattern Download here
Keeping baby snug and warm around the holidays isn’t a problem with the Snappy Wrap. Sew up this simple pattern with just 1-1/3 yards of two flannel prints and 3″ of ribbing for happy parents and an even happier little one!
It makes a great gift for any new family and can be downloaded just by clicking here
Use QC Flannel in swirls Pioneer (5558) to create a festive pincushion cute enough to eat! This fuzzy little guy would make a great stocking stuffer for any of your crafty friends, and is so simple to sew up! Finish it off with some little buttons and a bit of embroidery to bring together an adorable ginger-man project. You can download the pattern for this simple gift for FREE at Connecting Threads!
Download the FREE Gingerbread Boy Pincushion Pattern here
Our Little Love Bunny matches so well with the Butterfly Flight Quilt, you could make them in their own set! He will not only melt your heart, but make you want to sew him up all over again! All you need is 1/4 yard of flannel fabric (or a single fat quarter), a few little squares for applique, and Hobbs Polyester Fiberfill to bring him to life. You can also make it your own by adding precious embroidery, button eyes, or even a bit of ric rac along the edges.
Download the Little Love Bunny Pattern here
I love how much cozier everything feels when it’s sewn up in flannel, especially during the colder months. As the temperature continues to decrease, stay inside and create your own cozy project for any of the people you love. These gifts are easy to put together and made from the heart, so you know they’ll be adored for years to come!
These Gifty projects would look great in flannel: