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We have decided to move from typepad to blogger. We have been blogging since May 2006 and felt like a change!
We hope you continue to read and enjoy our blog!

* amitiĆ© textiles’ fine fabrics, patchwork and quilting.
* Our shop is bright, has an open layout, we have friendly staff and a spacious classroom. Complete with comfortable chairs, large tables and purpose-built cutting benches,it all makes for the perfect learning environment.
* Come along and participate in a class, we'd love to have you!
* With fabrics from Liberty of London and Kaffe Fassett, linens, plains and a wide range Japanese brights and florals, plus an extensive list of books, patterns and essential equipment, this is the place to indulge your fabric fantasies.

shop address:

281 Centre Road
Bentleigh, Victoria, Australia, 3204.

phone 61 3 9557 8551
fax 61 3 9557 8531
email: amitie@amitie.com.au

email for BLOG VIP & amitie upstairs: amitietextiles@gmail.com

we an online store www.amitie.com.au

we also offer phone and mail order
payment can be made using
credit card or paypal

shop hours:

Mon-Fri 9.30 to 5pm
Sat 9.30 – 4pm.

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