St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day occurs on March 17 and is day to remember one of Ireland’s patron saints, St. Patrick. It largely celebrates Irish-American culture in the United States, and the use of the color green is predominant.

  • Darice Bump Chenille Stems are wire based stems, like pipe cleaners, that have a bendable core that can be twisted into dolls, animals, ornaments and more. Bend and twist together, string beads onto or combine with other crafting materials to shape unique items. 15 mm x 12 inch. Bumpy. 12 piece in each package. Not recommended for children 5 and under.
  • Round Mix Self-Adhesive Rhinestones in Dark Green by Kaisercraft. This package contains 34 rhinestone circles in a mix of 24 small 9mm circles and 10 large 14mm circles. Perfect to "Bling Up!" any craft project!
  • A wall hanging featuring a St. Patrick's Day hat and shamrocks, with the look of a quilt, without the fussy cutting or sewing! Measures 6" X 6". The kit consists of a piece of foam (about 0.5" thick) with a thin board on the back and double-sided adhesive on the front. The design has been precision cut by a laser, through the adhesive layer and in to the foam. All you need to do is cut pieces of fabric slightly larger than the area you are trying to cover, peel up the protective paper on the adhesive layer, lay the fabric down and the poke it down in to the grove, creating the quilted look! The kit also includes complete written instructions, illustrations, a foam sheet to finish back of picture and a sawtooth wall hanger. Most quilt boards can be finished in an hour or two. This is a great way to make something creative with fabric scraps you have from other projects!

    How to Use a No Sew Quilt Kit

    Watch this video to see the basic process of making a "no sew" quilt.