This year, for the second year, Quilt Sandwich are taking all of their stock on the road to the Festival of Quilts. The road down to the NEC is a long one but it is wonderful to be able to see so many fellow quilters…
What a brilliant offer Fiona .. we hope you receive lots of entries!
I’d love to win and a batik backing to a quilt would be fab! I would choose whichever set off the front of the quilt well but I do like fossil fern. Cathryn
Berries indian ocean is my favorite, it is just right for backing my latest quilt.
Tie dye Aqua is my favourite, I used this recently to back a wedding gift quilt for a friend. Looking forward to FOQ this year as always great show!
Oh not fair to be made to choose but berries beach is my current favourite 🙂 I look forward to seeing these in real life at FOQ
The Pomegranate Fireglow really caught my eye. It would be awesome to see all of them in person though.
As a self confessed blue-fabric-aholic it has to be Electric Blue for me; not only would it make a wonderful backing but I know I could use any off cuts in patchwork quilts! Now thats what I call a Win – Win!!!
Berries forest,I think, but a bit like trying to choose your favourite child child,impossible!
Royal Timeless Treasures
Love the colours and gentleness of design.
Can’t wait to visit stand at NEC.
Feather swirls jungle would perfect for a quilt I am currently making
I love the pomegranate fireglow can’t wait for the festival of quilts!
My choice is B9595 Timeless Treasures
Masquerade pink is gorgeous
I love the QS Feather Swirls Jungle batik, its got stunning design and colors.
Hard to choose a favourite, but Pomegranate Fireglow is definitely my colours.
My favourite is Electric blue. Thank you
My favourite? there are so many it’s really hard to choose but I love the Michael Miller Floral Pop Magenta, think it will be great on the quilt I am working on.
January and February are both mad months in the QuiltSandwich Show Calendar.
Started with a magnificent new show at Newark. This was then followed by Edinburgh and Harrogate Quilt Shows. The next to come are D…
This last month has been hectic. We have been lucky enough to spend our Christmas and New Year on holiday in Lanzarote with my Mum – which as usual proved rather challenging for many reasons.
The day after we g…
As a longarm quilter, borders are the most common mistake I encounter.
In theory, it should be easy to cut a straight piece of fabric and just sew it to another – Right? WRONG! Its not. The implications for d…
Welcome one and all to my first Blog Post for the UK Quilters United. This is a really exciting time for me and of course for the group as a whole as they embark on their new website. First of all I want to wish them…
Great first post Fiona and I’m looking forward to more news from you.
Thanks Susan. x
I have been on a course at the Royal Bridlington, and can thoroughly recommend Bridlington, the food, the welcome and the fabric!
Wonderful to ‘see’ you here Fiona!
For those who ‘wonder about workshops’ I have been on many workshops at Fiona and Tim’s and can thoroughly recommend them. The tutors are excellent; the learning fun (if sometimes out of my comfort zone!); the food more than plentiful – take loose clothes!; and the break away from home very welcome. Fiona’s fabric ‘store’ is incredible – a great place to stock up….
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