They sell a lot of embroidery programs, and the following three pieces show some of the things you can do with them. Flowers...
texts of various styles and sizes,
...and a lot of other fun stuff!
This modified sampler quilt in island colors is bright and cheerful.
This example demonstrates how one design can be re-sized for different applications.
Batik traveling stars with an Asian print backing.
This quilt pattern gives the appearance of being interwoven. I like how the color gradient and size of the pattern goes from smaller and lighter to darker and larger. And what a lovely backing.
And the coup de gras - my personal favorite - a Hawaiian print Whack & Stack, with a brilliantly colored pieced border.
Here are my favorite stars - the fire star...
...and the flower star that resembles a beautiful lei.
When I asked what products or patterns could I find there - that would NOT be available on the mainland, I learned the blue print in the Whack & Stack was one made for and sold only in Hawaii. Of course, I had to have some! So I bought a couple of yards in red.
Eye candy! I'll have to think a long time about what to do with it before cutting. Below is my other purchase, not specific to Hawaii, but I've been into roosters lately, and after seeing them all over the island of Kauai, this kit seemed fitting.
Here's the real McCoy. This picture was snapped a block or two from the fabric store. LOL
Other products of interest were Hawaiian pillow kits, suitable for machine embroidery (most kits are for hand embroidery only) and an excellent selection of blender fabrics. I must thank the kind folks at Discount Fabric Warehouse for their assistance and hospitality.
Thanks too, to my ever-patient hubby who not only accompanies me to quilt shops, but takes the time to look them up and plan them into our trips. He's a keeper! :)