2nd April, 2020
While the shop may be closed, we are certainly still open for business!
All the fabric is listed and available to purchase through the website. However if you are after any threads or kits, send me an email and I will get it organised and ready for either collection or posting. This has been working well so far!
If you would like to see the fabrics you've chosen all together, again send me an email and I can take a photo and forward it to you. If I think a fabric is obviously wrong I will always tell you, as sometimes the colours show up a little differently.
Keep an eye on us on Facebook, and please share any posts you think friends may like - the more people who know of us the better!
Anyway, look on the bright side ..... think how many unfinished projects you are going to get finished when we are all home for a bit!! I am joining you - my first project is to finish this bag - started about 5 years ago. I thought it looked bright and happy! The original plan hadn't worked (can't remember what it actually was now!!) so it got put aside - that will be the first of many!!
OK, so that hasn't gone too well so far! I have been getting very distracted by the garden, I divided up the back yard into sections - it was to be 1 section a day (hah!)
That beautiful rain will make the weeding easier though. I have also been working on a cross stitch I started in 2004!!
Have you labelled all your quilts? That would be a great job to get done - a bit like sorting out all the photo's. They are jobs we will get around to 1 day - well make it a plan to get it done while we are all home. If you feel like getting extra creative, make a small version of a block you used on the front of the quilt with some left over fabric, and actually stitch the wording rather than using a pigma pen - which does fade over time. We have packs of 4 available for $5.00. All varied of course!
On-line purchase is also available or email to click & collect.
In the meantime take care and if anything changes here, I will let you know asap.
Best wishes, Therese