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Kathleen Rountree 

‚Äčquilts and fiber arts

hi - I'm Kathleen, and this web site is about my fiber art and quilts  Truth is, I love fabric art,  new or old, fancy or simple.  if you enjoy these pages, drop me a note on the Contact page, or invite me to visit with your group for a trunk show or to judge a quilt show!

FAVORITE QUILTING TOOLS

Who can know a quilter's needs more than another quilter?   Enjoy these tools, which have been created by quilters especially for their classes and students.  Each one is unique and performs a special much-needed task.   If you wish to purchase, contact me by email at [email protected]  


I'm working on being able to take orders and payment here on this site - but not yet, so for now, i'll send you an invoice, and you can pay through Paypal or by sending a check.

Sorry, no international sales.  

Rip 'n Tweeze


Yes - it's a combination of a seam ripper and a tweezer, and it's made by the Famore cutlery company, and designed by artist-quilter Cindy Needham.  And like they say on TV - it's not available in stores !   I have a small inventory, priced at $20 each, plus shipping and handling.

Just another blue washout marker????

oh no...:)

 Blue Wash-out Pens  THAT WORK !!!!

Have you wondered why all the blue washout markers are all dried up or half-filled with ink?  Well, I can't answer that - but I can tell you that I have gotten my hands on a small supply of GREAT ONES.  These were imported direct from China by my friend Jill Schumacher.  They are chock full of ink, they have a soft tip that transfers the ink to your fabric beautifully, and they last at least three times as long as the 'standard" ones.  NOT ONE COMPLAINT have I received about these pens.


And - yes, they DO wash out, if you are careful never to subject them to heat.  Just keep things cold, and submerge your piece in water, and the lines are permanently gone.


$10 each, plus shipping and handling

$8 each for 5 or more, plus shipping and handling

Thread Guide

I have done it so many times - taken a cone of thread to a retreat, and then realizing i need my Cone thread holder, which is at home. 

Well - this little tool is your answer - it's small, inexpensive, lightweight, and takes up no room amongst your quilting supplies.  Developed by quilter Julia Quiltoff, this is just the neatest thing I have seen in a long time !  $10 each, plus shipping and handling .