If you received a tablet during the holidays try adding a personalized touch by creating your own unique holder for it with Clover’s Trace n Create templates by Nancy Zieman. Now’s the perfect time to get a new project started, the Trace ‘n Create templates allow you to make this project in no time.
You’ll be able to make personalized tablet keepers for a variety of models and styles. Nancy notes, “Now you can write, read, or email in style!”
Our new Steel Crochet Hooks make it easier than ever to crochet with threads and beads. These crochet hooks are available in seven different sizes ranging from 0.60mm-1.75mm. We recently introduced this new line of crochet hooks at TNNA Winter and the CHA Mega Show and received a great response. You can crochet for a longer period of time because of the unique shape of the elastomer rubber handles. These handles are designed for comfortable stress free manipulation and reduced fatigue. Clover’s designer Fran Ortmeyer created this beautiful envelope with a flower embellishment. Use it to hold jewelry, money, or gifts.
Good morning everyone, another wintery California day over here at Clover. I know from the last post we discussed the Dresden plate design, and how I said I was going to make a tree skirt yesterday, well unfortunately I caught a cold (sadness) and have quarantined myself to my desk so that my colleagues don’t join my cold party.
I will create this project you see above, following these instructions from one of our free project sheets titled: Dresden Christmas Tree Skirt, which you can download and try yourself. I actually did not realize how expensive tree skirts can get. I’ve seen some for $45.99 and some I’ve seen for $16.99 that look decent. I thought “you know Clover has so many great tools, why not make your own and personalize it”
I want you to share your holiday projects you’ve done, working on, have currently finished. We can all learn from each other. Post your pictures either through Instagram, Facebook, Pintrest or here. Clover staff would love to see your work.
Happy Wednesday everyone from everyone here at Clover.
You may be asking yourself, “Why Dresden, Germany?” or maybe your not asking yourself that. Today are some facts on the beloved Dresden plate which the Nancy Zieman Blog has created a fabulous template for. Dresden, Germany was the center for 19th century romanticism movement in art with elaborate porcelain designs of flowers, fruits and motifs. I found some great resources through
Happy Friday everyone! Here in California we are freezing at 54 degrees fahrenheit ( We can’t complain). Here at Clover we are enthused about decorating for the winter holidays. All the silvers, golds, ruby colors, blues and so much more.
Also we found this cute flower-frill-christmas-wreath-decoration by Christmas Day TV. We hope you have fun this weekend with flower frills. Send us your project photos on our Facebook page or Instagram at cloverusa. Tune in next Monday for some quilting tips and fun with our Dresden plate.
Tis the season to deck out with Clovers Flower Frills. There are all kinds of fun holiday flower frill flare you can conjure up, like wreaths, candle accents, bows for presents and so much more. Watch our video to see how you can create your own flower frills, then add your own unique twist.