Only two flannel packs left… thanks everyone :OD
♥ Flannel Pack One – very pretty, this is one of my favourites :oD
♥ Flannel Pack Seven – bright colours perfect for sticky toddler fingers :o) SOLD TO SN
I have the following packs of flannel, consisting of 5 1/2in flannel squares, for sale. There are a minimum of 150, 5 1/2in squares per pack except the blue and cream pack which has 94, 5 1/2in squares. The packets actually have between 170-200, 5 1/2in squares. You will be able to get a scrappy lap quilt (top only) measuring 60 1/2in x 60 1/2in from 144 squares.
The photos are the best I could get considering the cloud cover today. They are reasonably close to the actual colours (on this monitor). What you see is what you get. Some colours/patterns only have a few squares, others have 10 plus.
For Aussie buyers – the flannel will fit into an Australia Post 3kg post satchel for Aus$13.40. Please message me for overseas postage costs.
Please message me if you are interested. If you know someone who would be interested please let them know. Thanks.
♥ Flannel Pack One – $20 plus $13.40 postage.
♥ Flannel Pack Two – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Three – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO S.
♥ Flannel Pack Four – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Five – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Six – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Seven – $20 plus $13.40 postage.
♥ Flannel Pack Eight (purple) – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Nine (autumn) – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Ten (cappuccino) – $20 plus $13.40 postage. SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Eleven (camo!) – $20 plus $13.40 postage. Perfect for the teenage male of the species who is into camo gear! :oD SOLD TO E.
♥ Flannel Pack Twelve – $9 plus $8.95 postage. 94, 5 1/2in blue and cream squares. SOLD TO S.
It’s clear out time here. For sale… 37 pieces of Quilter’s Lame. Most of the pieces are US Fat Quarters, two are fat eighths and there are some yardages. I purchased the fabric on a trip to the US a couple of years ago. I couldn’t tell you the manufacturer of the fabric, but it was purchased from a good quilt shop. I don’t buy from cut-price stores. I think there are two different types of fabric, from different manufacturers. Some pieces are distinctly shinier than others. I’m selling them because I don’t like working with it, I hate the feel of it, it gives me the creeps! The retail price would be around $180. I’m selling them for $60 plus postage in Australia. You can find the details on my website here.
Also for sale, seven pieces (1.25m x 3, 35cm, 1m, 40cm, 1.1m) of Asian/Japanese fabric. I love buying Japanese prints but I never work with them LOL and I need the cash! LOL Aus$50.00. plus postage. You can find the details on my website here.
is sheep. The English language can be mind-boggling boring sometimes :oD
Three new patterns this week… released later this week when I have had enough coffee to make typing and proof-reading work. I’m a complete zombie at the moment, except I don’t like the taste of brains *shudder*. My sister used to love them, brains not zombies, until she found out what the revolting grey things were… it wasn’t my fault, big sister did not let the cat out of the bag… honest!
My love affair with scraps continues, plus a determination to use up the flannel scraps that have been sitting in my stash for so long they could get a guest roll in an Indiana Jones movie as ancient relics. Lack of sleep has me obsessed with sheep, or counting them, and scrap bin sheep was born.
Wendy the Witch is just about ready to go.
And there is a Kitty Kat stitchery just for fun.
Remember the unsoluble soluble applique paper incident? The one I got yelled at over? Well I sent off samples of the paper to the wholesaler and the product has been recalled as faulty. The glue was too strong and most definately unsoluble. The wholesaler has arranged with the manufacturer to recall the product and replace it for free. Everyone who purchased that faulty batch should get a replacement product in the post over the next few weeks. I’m not very popular at the moment but the product was faulty and in that capacity had the potential to ruin a lot of quilts.
The May/June giveaways are in full swing. Remember if you purchase a pattern during May/June you go in the draw for some great prizes including a copy of Gail Pan’s new book Simply Christmas 2013 as well as a small wallhanging made by me. The second giveaway is just a simple, no purchase necessary, just leave a comment on the blog, like Red Boots on Facebook or follow me on Pinterest to go in the draw to win a copy of Gail’s new book or three of my new patterns. The details for this giveaway are on the sidebar under the heading Rafflecopter. Just follow the link.
Happy Monday everyone, I’m off to find breakfast. I had to fast overnight for a blood test and now I’m absolutely starving! Bacon and eggs? Spaghetti Ooops on toast? or a big boring bowl of healthy oats? I reeeaaaalllllly want bacon and eggs but oats it will be. Curse middle-aged spread! toni xx
Happy Monday everybody! Please help me share my designs and enter in the draw for some wonderful prizes. I have one (1) copy of Gail Pan’s new book Simply Christmas 2013 and three (3) printed patterns of your choice, not including bundled patterns, from Red Boot Quilts to giveaway. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
Unfortunately the Rafflecopter widget will not work for me on WordPress, so please simply click on the pink text that says “a Rafflecopter Giveaway” at the end of this post, or click on the widget on the sidebar. Please let me know if it doesn’t work, this is the first time I’ve used Rafflecopter to do this for me!
Thanks everyone, please pass the word. It’s really hard for small indie designers to get our designs out there!
I have another quilt for sale.
Fishy Fishy Fishy. It measures 60 1/2in x 88 1/2in. The quilt has blanket stitch applique, done by hand, buttons for eyes, and is quilted professionally on a longarm quilting machine. It is perfect for the little fisherman or fisherwoman in your life :oD Please remember that buttons aren’t suitable for children under three (3) years of age and you should replace the buttons on the quilt with applique, safety eyes or felt shapes.
The quilt is $150 plus postage. Postage would be approx. $15 in Australia. Please contact me for international postage rates.
Please message me if you are interested. Thanks, toni xx