Spring has arrived and with it a flood of new fabrics. These are some of this week's boxes.
Girls who work in quilt shops don't need to go to the gym. This is our style of weight training.
So what has arrived? Here is a selection.
This delivery was mostly reproduction fabrics, but a few cute fabrics have arrived in Funky Fabrics.
Here are some beautiful bolts of fabric with an English flavour. Love the bees.
Carrying on with the "English look" here is Savannah, by Sara Morgan for Blue Hills Fabrics.
This fabric is the perfect to use in Judy Newman's very popular pattern "Museum Medallion Quilt" pictured below. It has the impossible to find bright Spearmint Green colour that was popular during the late Victorian period. Judy has used a similar colour in her original quilt.
Judy Newman is coming up from Melbourne, and we are thrilled to announce that she will be teaching a one day workshop on the Museum Medallion Quilt. She will be concerntrating on fabric selection and going over contruction techniques used in the quilt. She is bringing with her a number of Museum Medallion quilts in a number of different colourways. So it will be a mini-exhibition.
Judy will be teaching on Saturday 22 October, 10 - 3. Please give the shop a call if you would like more details or to book a place. 02 9550 4947.
Then we had the Jo Morton Collections. Yes, two full Collections by Jo Morton arrived on the same day!!!
For all of you who are thinking of making a Red and White quilt check out Varitey.
The winner of the week however is Elizabethtown. Absolutely classic Jo Morton mid-1800's prints.
I photographed them still in their plastic, because you needed to see them. They do look better without it, the colours glow.
The next French General fabric Panier De Fleurs, is expected to land in the shop on Monday.
We will try to have everything up on the web-site in the next few days.
Our new BOM - Friends of Baltimore, is now up on the web-site, so if you are ready for the challenge just contact the shop or order on line.