Jelly rolls, charm packs, fat quarters – they’re all here. All colour co-ordinated and cut to size. Pop into your nearest store and browse through all the different fabric lines available in Precuts. Then straight into the fun part of sewing up your quilt project!
Soft and feminine, these delicately striped mending kits come in two designs & feature floral padded lids.
The smaller gift box-shaped kit opens flat for easy use and includes pins and needles, tape measure, mending thread and scissors. The larger kit is also filled with haberdashery including a pin wheelie, scissors, seam ripper, needle threader, pin cushion and lots more, all set out in individual compartments. The lid has a gathered lining pocket for extra storage.
These sewing kits are so pretty they can be left out on a table, so no more rummaging for emergency mending supplies.
You have got to love these little containers for trinkets,
jewellery or even party favours!
There are 4 slices in the Swiss Roll, each a soft, decorated
fabric box with lid, whilst every Cupcake box is set into its own polka-dotted pink patty case and the ‘fondant’ lid is decorated with fabric accessories.
These sweet little boxes would be perfect for holding those thank you surprises to give to family or friends – yummmm.
Ever wanted to create a piece of art with just your fabric stash, different stitches and some unusual techniques? Well, students in Michelle Higgins’ classes in Erina are loving her embellished colour wash art quilt called “Defying Gravity”.
One of the students summed it up with, “WOW!!! What fun it is to work ‘outside the box’ and do something completely different from what I am used to doing.”
If you sign up for a class you’ll be having fun making quilts too.
The kids are sewing up a storm in Erina. They attend on Thursday nights and have already completed a sewing bag, a pencil case and pyjamas. Next week their project will be a surprise gift for Mothers Day and after that they start on a lap quilt. Only 8 years and twelve years old – how’s that! Just goes to show how clever your kids can be.
… and they get to take home their Brother NS10 sewing machines at the end of the 10 week course – for keeps!
These mouthwatering batiks due in Hobbysew from 3rd week in May, come in Bundles and Boxes. Each bundle consists of 9 colour-coordinated fat quarters. Each box contains 5 half yards of fabric, packed in an handcrafted fabric-covered box which can be used for storing sewing notions or would look fabulous filled with jewellery or trinkets. The hardest part about purchasing your bundles or boxes will be choosing which of the brilliant colours to take home!
This very pretty hamper is stuffed full of goodies in a crafty oval tin. Featuring co-ordinating fabrics from Moda’s yummy Dogwood Trail collection, there are also machine needles, Madeira assorted threads, hand cream and even a sweet little owl ornament, all decorated with ribbons and bows to enchant your Special Someone.
Available now at Hobbysew you can snap up these soooo cute pattern kits. There’s Roxy Long Socks in lots of fun colours. Or how about the dear little Ooshka Babushka dolls? Easy to complete, the patterns come with all the instructions and even includes the fabric panel with the face already printed on it. They are fun to make up and even more fun to pop on a desk or bed to brighten a room with their cheery faces.
To be eligible, consumers must purchase one of the following Brother products. The following machines are available at Hobbysew:
• Overlocker 3034D
• Overlocker 4234D
Click here to register and enter the competition.
Hobbysew Erina is holding a Sew-In on Friday & Saturday 15/16 June, 9am – 5pm to support the Cancer Council by making turbans and head scarves for those women who are losing their hair through cancer treatment.
Anyone who can lend a hand is invited. Even if you can’t sew, there will be plenty of cutting, pinning and ironing to do.
All materials will be supplied, but if you would like to clean out your fabric stash, your donations will be appreciated.