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What is a Pineapple Pack?

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You can complete projects faster and easier with our handy precuts

That's our own Brandon Williams above explaining the Pineapple Packs. Many of you have met him at shows or at one of our Outlet Sales at our Archdale, NC warehouse. 

And we get great feedback from our customers, too. Here’s a sample:

Although Pineapple Fabrics is primarily an e-commerce business, selling our products online 365 days per year/ 24 hours per day, we also enjoy traveling across the country to attend sewing and quilt shows. We are excited to introduce people to our Pineapple Packs and watch their eyes light up when they see the potential for creating many different projects quickly and easily.

It’s hard to say exactly what’s the best part of Pineapple Packs. Is it having precuts to work with instead of cutting a lot of yardage? Is it having five coordinating cotton fabrics for you in each pack, chosen around a central theme? Is it the wide variety of patterns – one free with each Pineapple Pack – that you can choose from?

What we like is all the different Pineapple Pack choices – we are constantly creating new fabric packs – at any time, you can see the latest packs on our main Pineapple Pack webpage.

So our Pineapple Packs include easy-to-remember names for different precut pack: Alice, Bella, Carla, Diana, Ellie, and Fran. Each one has a different combination of precuts – some are 2.5” squares, Bonus Quarters, 5” and 10” squares, 43” strips, and more! Each Pineapple Pack allows you to choose one free pattern sheet to complete a wide variety of fun projects, including table décor like placemats and table runners, various bags and totes, apparel, and of course, quilts!

Pineapple Packs give you many, many options to create beautiful projects quickly and easily, so you can move on to the next project. Which one will you start with? Be sure and send us photos of your finished project. Find us on Facebook and Instagram!

Shop Pineapple Packs now! 

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