Welcome to Elm Grove Patchwork
The year is rapidly drawing to a close. At 4.00pm Saturday 14th December, I will be closing the shop for a short break. The doors will reopen on Thursday 2nd January 2020. The on-line shop will remain open, with orders dispatched as normal. I would like to thank each and everyone of you who have called into the shop or visited on-line. I am truly thankful for the wonderful support you give me. I wish you all a very merry Christmas and I hope the new year brings much love, happiness and wonderful sewing time to you.
Just in time for Christmas I've had a delivery of new books. You can see them all here. These are from our favourite designers including Edyta Sitar, Jo Morton, Kim Diehl and Yoko Saito. I also have some great coffee table books which will make great gifts for that hard to buy for person. Check out Minick and Simpson Blue and White and Little Farmstead Living.
On the fabric front Chesapeake by Di Ford-Hall is now in stock. This range features some strong, deep colours. I see great opportunity to make something for the males in our lives. Wild Flower Woods designed by Evonne Cook, Chatham Row by Paula Barnes, Reed's Legacy by Jeanne Horton and County Clare, a lovely reproduction range designed by Karen Styles are other new arrivals.
Please check out my newest pattern, Maggie Maguire's Garden. The quilt features 168 fussy cut hexagon flowers, set around a centre appliqué of birds and flowers. It is made by hand using the English Paper Piecing method.
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.