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In a previous post, I was making this quilt.
Quilt, pattern and photo now completed.
Jardin Parisien pattern & kit now available at The Patchwork Tea House.
Thank you for visiting
Yesterday I picked up one my new quilts ‘Jardin Parisien’ for the quilters,
made from the latest French General range Ville Fleurie.
Love all of the mauve/purple prints.
Today being rainy/sunny and struggling to reach double figures for much of the day,
is the perfect day to be inside by the fire stitching the binding.
(A chilly 3·7°c outside & a comfortable 18·7°c inside.)
Kits will be available from The Patchwork Tea House,
from either their website or one of the many shows they will be visiting over the next few months.
It is with great sadness that I share the news that
The Patchwork Tea House store in Warburton is closing down.
This beautiful shop will be missed by many,
not only for Gary’s wonderful scones and
Marilyn’s generous support and encouragement.
I wish them well in their semi retirement
and look forward to their continued friendship.
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Who doesn’t love French General fabrics, personally I can’t get enough.
Always a new quilt when a new range comes out.
The latest range ‘Bon Voyage’ is no exception.
With a design already drawn there was no time to waste.
Before I knew it, the quilt top was completed &
off to the quilters. Next was to find the right spot to
photograph for the pattern cover. These old cases were just perfect.
Pattern & kits for ‘Bon Voyage de Paris’ are now complete
and are available at The Patchwork Tea House.
This week I visited a couple of patchwork shops,
to restock them with my patterns before the
Fabric Frolic starts. Checked out some of the prizes,
there are going to be some very lucky people.
First shop I headed to The Patchwork Tea House.
Always love the drive there, as I take the scenic route
it takes a little longer but is worth it. It rained all the way,
something special about the Aussie bush when it rains
with the smell of the eucalypts and the beautiful tree ferns.
The Patchwork Tea House is well known for their
Devonshire Teas, a must have if you visit.
So much to look at
and new for this visit are the batiks.
Second stop was to Palm Beach Quilting,
also part of the Fabric Frolic.
Not only to restock my patterns and templates
but to drop off sample to showcase a new range of fabrics.
Happy Fabric Frolicking for those
partaking in the festivites.