Archive for March, 2007


As I prepare to launch my new website http://, I’ve been thinking about quilt project kits. Like all passionate quiltmakers, I have a fabric stash so large that 3 full lifetimes wouldn’t see me deplete it all! lol.
It’s time to share some of this wonderful quilt shop quality stash and what better way than using it to introduce newer quiltmakers to ? I have lovely prints and solids (100% cotton of course!) in just about all colours of the rainbow, although I must admit I haven’t collected heavily in the “brights” and cutesy departments. No orange, no lime green (called by some “the new neutral”) and no poodles taking a beauty bath or dancing in ballet skirts. Just lots of lovely classic prints and repro fabrics from the 1800’s and the 1930’s. I also have some pretty calicos of 1970’s 1980’s vintage and lots of thimbleberries.
I would like to assess whether there is any interest in my providing this sort of service – the kits will contain pre-cut and seam line marked fabric sufficient to successfully complete the quilt project outlined in the included instructional leaflet, and will also include suggestions for backing and type and size of quilt batt, optionally, these materials can be included at additional cost. In addition, you can feel free to contact me for clarification if any problems come up that you need help with while you are working on your project.
Any interest? Let’s talk, and we’ll see if I can supply you.

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