Pineapple Placemat Tutorial
Having trouble putting together the Windy Moon exclusive quilt as you go Pineapple Placemats? Watch this YouTube video for a simple animation on how to assemble your placemats. Happy sewing!
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Welcome to the Moon!
We are a local quilt store serving Northern Nevada for over 23 years. We have an abundant selection of high quality fabrics. We offer fabric lines from Moda, Timeless Treasures, Alexander Henry, Windham Fabrics, Quilting Treasures, Andover Fabrics, and more. At Windy Moon you will find a large selection of notions and rulers including products from Creative Grids, Nifty Notions, EZ Quilting, Deb Tucker, Marti Michell, Olfa, Omnigrid, Collins, Sewline and many others. We are your local dealer for Brother, Janome, and Handi Quilter sewing, embroidery, and long arm machines. Windy Moon offers a diversity of classes ranging from blocks of the month, table runners, purses, free motion quilting, to embroidery classes. Windy Moon is a wonderful place for beginners to get started quilting and for advanced quilters to learn more and be inspired.
In July of 2013, Windy Moon Quilts opened up a second location at the historic Mary Lee Nichols Elementary School at 406 Pyramid Way in Sparks.This location serves as the BERNINA dealership for the Sparks area as well as a sewing center with a spacious and technologically advanced classroom to encourage learning and discovery. Windy Moon Quilts Sewing Center stocks over 500 bolts of fabric with an emphasis in modern prints and trendy designs. The Sparks location also carries a wide range of notions, rulers, books, patterns, and kits. This location also serves as your Sparks area service and repair shop for all BERNINA and Bernette machines.
How it all Began
The wind blew its gale breath on the shoreline of the lake, filling the night air with flecks of ice that reached for safety on tree branches. The Tahoe winters caused the young Indian woman to huddle in her makeshift residence and pray for warmth, her new babe at her side.
Gathering ground clippings and pulling the primitive animal skins closer, the need for warmth grew. The wind blew into the night and early morn, stopping only to show respect for the full moon when the clouds uncovered its glorious brightness.