The pioneer sewing ribbons and haberdashery
If you are a craftsman, there are a few things you to know you want to keep stock: tape measure, pins, a pair of scissors, a few pretty fabric swatches, a needle or two…oh, plus a handy sewing kit to keep it all together.
And from today you have one more something to add to the list! Thanks to the launch of The pioneer sewing ribbons and haberdasheryyou can sew, craft and stitch unique masterpieces, all in the cheerful floral prints that adorn her line of The Pioneer Woman products at Walmart.
“Seeing my kitchen and home products come to life is such a passion for me,” Ree said of her new line of fabrics, which are also available at Walmart and walmart.com. “I hope fans of The Pioneer Woman Collection will be inspired to create their own beautiful designs. I can’t wait to see all the amazing and creative things they create with many of my all-time favorite colors and patterns. “
Because they’re made from machine-washable fabric, the new ribbons are ideal for all kinds of projects: think hand towels, oven mitts, placemats and kitchen aprons! Choose a pretty grosgrain ribbon to wrap gifts or a metallic-edged ribbon to decorate the wreath of your front door. There are also a number of jacquard ribbons, lightweight crochet ribbons and ric-rac trimmings to put the finishing touch on, well, anything.
There’s even double-ply bias tape and double-ply quilt binding, both in four prints, to put together that heirloom quilt you’ve always dreamed of making. 😍
Ribbons are available in all widths, colors and styles. If you can’t choose between two or three different rolls (and who could blame you?), we’ve got you covered: The Pioneer Woman’s Ribbon Bundlesavailable in four sets, feature some of the best-selling models such as mazie and sweet pink. This way you can mix and match them however you like.
But our favorite of all the new offerings would be have be the new Pioneer Woman Iron-on Patches. Available for just under $20, this seven-piece set includes all your favorite Ree-inspired designs: four flowers, a colorful cowgirl boot, a vintage truck, and one of Ree’s basset hounds, Henry. (We know, it’s too cute for words.)
Now how are you this for a little frontier flair? 😉
Alexandra Churchill is associate editor of The Pioneer Woman, overseeing the site’s strategy in food and cooking, home and living, beauty and style, crafts and vacations .
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