Michelle Higgins from our Erina store has just completed one of Jacqueline de Jonge’s new colourful designs. You have to agree it’s colour is stunning and looks almost 3D! This pattern is now available at Hobbysew and in 2014 Hobbysew Erina will be running classes to sew it.
Buying fabric on sale at Hobbysew is easy this winter with 30% off Batiks and 25% off Oriental designs. The hard part is choosing which ones to leave on the shelf!
Available in stores now! Locate your nearest stores here.
More designs to choose from in stores. Fabrics may vary from store to store. Minimum cut 50cm. Offer valid until 31 July 2013 or until sold out.
Another goodie from Sew Easy – Freezer Paper is plastic coated and food grade making it THICK & THRIFTY. Thick, sturdy quality for appliques and templates and it can be used in multiple ways to save you money. Full instructions for making applique pieces printed right on the box. That’s thrifty. The dispenser box has a sharp cutting edge ensuring straight edges and it folds cleanly and crisply.
This bright and funky new range of fabric, designed by the clever Lisa Tilse, is now available at Hobbysew Erina. Perfect for a child’s bedroom or how about using it on cushions for a contemporary apartment look. Phone the store for info on the new Hello Tokyo quilt classes 4365 1127. Also available at Hobbysew Top Ryde and Hobbysew Belconnen stores.
Pam Furness’ quilts are very well known in Australian as competition prize winners, which have also been featured on the covers of Australian craft magazines. Luckily Pam has agreed to teach monthly classes at Hobbysew Erina and you can catch a mini exhibition of some of her quilts on display in-store – Chevrons, Everlasting & Medley. You can choose which of her quilts you would like to learn as she will be teaching several different patterns at the same time in her classes. To book on the following dates (25 Sep, 30 Oct, 13 Nov, 4 Dec and on into 2014) ph 4365 1127. For more information about Pam take a look at her website http://pamfurnissquilts.com
Want to know more about a BOM class? Take a look at the photos of work being completed by a class which has been running since February at Erina. The quilts are now starting to be pieced together. To join a BOM class, check out the Class Schedules at your nearest Hobbysew store at www.hobbysew.com
Deb’s stunningly beautiful quilt took out first prize in the “Old Traditions Made New” category at this year’s Sydney Craft Show at Darling Harbour. If you would like Deb to show you a few of her special winning techniques, book in to one of her classes at Hobbysew Kings Park store. Check this link for information or phone 02 9621 4000.
Customers have voted in the ‘Autumn in Our Town’ quilt challenge at Belconnen. 20 quilts were entered and due to the high standard most received at least one first place vote. Take a look at the beautiful winning quilts for first, second and third prizes (L to R). Competition winners were announced at Hobbysew Belconnen’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Thank you to all participants and to the 110 shoppers who voted to choose the winners of the Mad March quilt challenge at Hobbysew Top Ryde. The winning quilt is on the left whilst the winning Junior entry (top right) was made by a student from Hobbysew’s Junior Sewing Academy (held after school every Wednesday). The 3D quilt at the bottom was Runner Up and was made by one of Christine Mitchell’s students, who is just learning how to use a machine!