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Tula Pink – Tiny Beasts

Fat Quarter Bundle $99 and Half Metre Bundles $195

Playing with a smaller scale the Tiny Beast collection focuses on backyard animals and what they might be up to when we are not looking. In “One Man’s Trash” tiny raccoons go searching for treasure in the garbage cans. There are so many little treasures to find in this print including soda cans, fish bones, banana peels, wish bones and one raccoon desperately clutching the greatest treasure of all… a half-eaten apple core. Yum! In “Deer John” a flowering antlered, polka dotted Deer is camouflaged among the flora nibbling on grass and berries. In “Bear With Me” a filigreed Honey Bear is poised under a dripping bee hive hoping to catch some of that liquid gold. He is surrounded by striped Honey Bees busily conjuring his favorite snack. “Who’s Your Dandy” finds that some lovable hedgehogs have become a part of the landscape and transformed into living dandelions, their seeds blowing away in the windy field of wildflowers. In “Oh Nuts!” some Technicolor squirrels are preparing for the coming winter and collecting as many striped acorns as they can gather. In “Out foxed” several energetic foxes are leaping away in an effort to hide amongst the blooms and escape capture from their latest prank.

Ngurambang Panels

New in store – Ngurambang Panels by Devonstone. Ngurambang means ‘Home / Country’ in Wiradjuri language. This Aboriginal owned and run Business was created by Husband and Wife team Danielle and Wayne who are both very passionate about their culture and being able to share it with others.

Upcoming Classes


Workshops and Classes April/ May  2020       Call the shop to book 85546353

SASHIKO Pincushion with Elena

Saturday May 9th 9.30 to 12.30

Cost $35.00 includes a kit

This basic hand sewing session will start you on the beginnings of a Sashiko journey. A choice of four traditional designs are available. The pin cushion should be easily completed within a 3 hour time frame.

The session will include a brief history of Sashiko, types of fabrics to use, thread types and handling, methods of stitching, methods of design transfer, types of preprinted designs and handling of these preprinted products.



Needle-turned themed circles on low value fabrics as backgrounds. Beautifully hand quilted with thicker threads and larger stitches to finish of this modern/vintage looking quilt.

Saturday May 23th – 10am to 2.30pm

Cost $35 (includes a few themed fabrics to get you started!)




SEW TOGETHER BAG by Sew Demented taught by Wendy Whellum

The Sew Together Bag is a nifty little bag with three zippered pockets, four open pockets, a pincushion and a great little needle landing all held together by a zipper that forms two handles

Saturday June 13th – 9.30 to 3pm

Cost $30 plus pattern must be purchased to attend the class.




CATCH ALL CADDY with Jane Sanderson

Repeating this popular class. The ‘By Annie’ caddy has pockets and spots for all your gadgets. Preparation pre-class needed! Limited spaces available!

Saturday 25th April 9.00 to 5.00  Cost $40 You must have your own pattern to participate.



Tea, coffee and morning tea are supplied for all workshops, bring your own lunch!


Stitch Cats

In store now for the cat lovers: Stitch Cats by Nancy Nicholson for Clothworks.  Fabrics on the bolt, including a beautiful panel as well as popular tins.









Let’s Go Glamping

Let’s Go Glamping by Anne Rowan for Wilmington Prints is now in store.

Let’s Go Glamping is true to the glamping spirit, featuring picnic prints, yard flamingos and campers.

Choose from a panel, placemats or green feature fabric

‘Baby Jungle’ collection by Henley Studio Makower

So many Grandmothers and ‘Grandma’s to be’ ask for cute and educational panels. This one is perfect. Featuring numbers and the alphabet it is a playful juvenile range using a gender neutral colour palette. Cute jungle animals, alphabet prints, and coordinates  make this collection perfect for nursery projects and childrens clothing.


One of Moda’s newest designers is Norway’s Wenche Wolffe Hatling. Her first line for Moda—Jol—is perfect for winter and Christmas!

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