I had a fabulous time at the Sydney Craft and Quilt Fair.It was really lovely to meet in person so many people who I have only had dealings with via emails, blogs and Facebook. My greatest thanks to everyone for making me feel so welcome.
While I was away some great fabrics arrived. Holly Woods by 3 Sisters and a beautiful reproduction range called Sarah French No5. Sarah French No5, designed by Nancy Kirk from Washington Street Studio is a reproduction fabric replicated from a quilt made by Sarah French c1850. Other recent arrivals include Larisa by Mary Koval, Sequoia by Edyta Sitar, Emma by Kathy Hall, Jo's Shirtings and Something Blue also by Edyta Sitar. There is a definite blue, teal and cream theme to the fabrics I have selected from these ranges.
At AQC I launched a brand new pattern called the Sarah Wistar Quilt, a beautiful new quilt designed by Megan Carroll. With 63 blocks in total this quilt offers lots of opportunity for fussy cutting and showcasing some of the beautiful fabrics you will have collected over the years. The blocks are eight inches square making them very achievable and very portable. If you like appliqué, I now have in stock a beautiful pattern designed by Corliss Searcey from Threadbear. The Auntie Tess quilt is a beautiful medallion syle quilt with a lovely centre appliqué. Again a lovely quilt you can make from your stashed fabrics.
I do hope you have time to sit and wonder around the pages of this site. I specialise in reproduction fabric and fabric suited to producing quilts from a past era. I strive to offer high quality fabric, tools and service so you in turn can make exquisite quilts for your family and friends to enjoy for many years to come. If there is anything you cannot find or need assistance with, please do not hesitate to drop me an email or give me a call. I am more than happy to take your order over the phone if on-line ordering is proving too difficult. Thanks for visiting, I do hope to see you again. Regards, Lenora.