Dancing in the Rain

Here we are and it is already midway through January. I hope the rest of the year doesn't disappear so quickly as I have so much to do!
Last week we had a terribly hot day ( I hate the heat) here and to put a smile on my face the delivery man knocked on my door and left me a box of lovely new fabrics from Moda.
Now these fabrics were meant to be here in December and I do apologise to those ladies who pre-ordered fabric but somethings are just beyond my control.
Anyway they are here now and these fabrics are just as lovely as I thought they would be!
"Dancing in the Rain" by Laundry Basket Quilts provides a selection of old world fabrics in blue, cream, butterscotch and a lovely terracotta with just a tinge of pink to it....I can't wait to use these.
"Old Glory Gatherings" by Primitive Gatherings are two fabrics that just fit perfectly with "Dancing in the Rain". You couldn't have asked for 10 more lovely fabrics.

All of these fabrics are now available so click here to purchase.

Special Offer.

Buy the combined fat 1/8th pack of "Dancing in the Rain" and "Old Glory Gatherings" and save 20%.

There are only 20 packs available so be quick.

Click here to purchase
The Shop re-opens Tomorrow.
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
Hi Everyone,
I thought I would just share with you a personal achievment of my children.
My daughter, Shelley has been saving for her own home sinse she was 15 and her brother Ethan joined the band wagon some 3 years ago.
Sister and brother, they have shared many "barnies" with each other, have supported each other through their sporting carees in Karate and I think deep down are the best of buddies. They will always "Look out" for each other and whilst they like to party hard they also work hard.
They have both travelled much of this country and the world and at such young ages of 23 and 21 they are well on the way to a finacially secure future
(I Hope!).
This leads me on to say how happy and proud as parents we are of all their achievments because this week they took possesion of the keys to their first home together.
They are currently busy down there washing and painting walls and have such big ideas for their older home on a quarter acre.
My underlying message would be....support your children in everything they do. It may be the good times of achievment and the not so good times of trouble, the 3am pickup and drop offs or the 6 extra bodies on the floor that were not there when you went to bed! Tell them everyday that you love them and ultimately when they do grow up, and you can see that all those sleepless nights have been worth it.
We love them both.
Carol and Martin