Welcome to Elm Grove Patchwork
It has been a fabulous few weeks for fabric arrivals. Firstly came Rachel Remembered,
a beautiful reproduction fabric range by Betsy Chutchian. The range features lovely chintzy florals in soft golds, along with dark chocolate, rich reds, blues and gorgeous creams with complimentary sweet ditsy prints. Then came some bolts from On Maple Lake, Cheddar and Friends
and the beautiful full range of Riverbanks.
Be sure to check them out.Di Ford-Hall's Bally Hall fabric is on the shelves and the good news is that Andover have agreed to keep printing for the present time. Any bolts you see that are listed as Out of Stock will be returning back to stock soon, so keep checking back. I have also had a delivery of Star of Bethlehem, a lovely reproduction range from Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum which features some handy serpentine prints great for appliqué.
I am delighted to once again welcome Di Ford-Hall back to Nullawarre for a weekend of teaching. I have had to reschedule Di's visit to Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd July. Back from France and the launch of her new book Primarily Quilts 2. Di will be talking us through her newest quilts and offering her skills and expertise.
My step into edge to edge long-arm quilting is providing a lot of enjoyment. If you have some quilt tops sitting in your cupboard and would like to transformed them into a quilts, please drop into the shop or give me a call.
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.