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Tuesday 5th and Thursday 7th of Febuary and save 15% on your purchases.

(Full price merchandise only).

Lots of new fabrics available plus all of the beautiful regulars will be here.

Paper piecing products, great book titles, patterns and wonderful fabrics.

Personal Shoppers only …..

(not available online)

Trading Hours

10.00 am – 3.30 pm

Tuesday and Thursday

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Somersby NSW 2250


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What a lovely surprise today to find the latest French General fabric by Moda…..
“La Belle Fleur” perched on my doorstep.
Opening the box with much enthusiasm I wasn’t disappointed at the beautiful teal, french blue and reds just wishing me to get started on another project. Wonderfull birds and florals for quilt centres or border prints to fussy cut…..something to tempt all who looks upon them.
Alas I have nothing in mind for this fabric at the moment but you possibly might when you take a peek!
  Click here to purchase.
Miss Elizabeth update.
For those of you asking about the pattern for Miss Elizabeth it is progressing well and will soon be available. The quilting has begun..wooo hoooo….and I am working diligently to get it finished for you.
Lots of new pre cut papers have been added to the website and are available now for purchase. There will soon be a starter pack available for Miss Elizabeth.
Click here to see more.
New books have also arrived…but more about that next week.
All personal shoppers  
next week (Feb 5th and 7th only) will receive a 15% discount on their purchases,
so come along and see what takes your fancy.
Shop Hours
My little shop is now open every Tuesday and Thursday.
10.00 am – 3.30 pm.
Classes only 9.30 am – 2.30 pm.
Happy stitching

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I thought I would share with you  the latest on my scrappy hexagon project. It seems to keep on growing!

The centre and first two borders are complete and I thought I might add some elongated hexagons…….

and some fussy cutting!

I am trying to get better with the fussy cutting ( personally I dont think this is too bad!) so we might be seeing more of this in the outer border.


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