Blast Off – Cabin In The Woods Quilters

Today’s guest blog hopper is Penni Domikis of Cabin In The Woods Quilters. Penni is a pattern designer, author, longarmer and Terial Magic Queen. Terial Magic is a liquid fabric stabilizer. I have some on order and can’t wait to put it through the paces to learn all about it…and then pass that onto you!

At some point in the past Penni had trouble making the available plastic templates work for her patterns. She then did what any good entrepreneur does…made her own!

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Penni has also written several books and does guild presentations around her scappy concept. She promises no pre-cutting and no pre-pressing. Yup, you read that right! Just grab your scraps and get to making something wonderful. That sounds like something I REALLY need to hear more about! Check out her website to learn more about her products. Schedule her to come to your guild to teach you her scrappy methods. Then invite me to come too. I’m a lazy quilter and her method sounds wonderful…


You can visit Penni’s blog to see what shes got going on. Be sure and leave a comment for a chance at her giveaway. You can also find her at these social media locations:

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Grand Prize Comment:  Before you head over to Penni’s leave a comment here to be entered for a chance at the grand prize by answering this question…

Yes, Penni lives in a cabin in the woods. Yes, I live in the woods. Two rural quilters who live many states apart and yet we manage to find each other. The internet is a beautiful thing sometimes. What’s your favorite social media site? Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter…some other one I haven’t figured out yet?

5 thoughts on “Blast Off – Cabin In The Woods Quilters”

  1. Joyce Jackowski

    Facebook is my favorite social media site. I am also on Twitter and Instagram but rarely go to those. My son has started to use Snapchat and seems to like it.

  2. Instagram is by far my favorite. I only follow those in the quilting community, and it is overall a very positive and supportive place! Very different culture than on Facebook. The encouragement of many there is what led to me becoming a pattern designer too! (I\’m envious of your designer group! How encouraging to have a group with experience and tricks of the trade!)

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