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Starter Kits and A Giveaway

We've completed the NEW starter kits for Green Tea and Sweet Beans.
A few people have asked to see them before purchasing as we started they aren't all original fabrics so I have taken a few photos for you.

All hand picked by Jen to keep the look and feel of the original quilt.

These kits are $125 and are LIMITED!
To order please ring us on (03) 9596 7225 or e-mail

In other news. We're doing a GIVEAWAY on Facebook.
Like the 'Amitie Textiles' page, and like the photo we posted (same as below) to be in the running!


Cathy said…
Fabulous starter kits, your fabric choices are brilliant as always! xo
Jodi said…
I contacted you a bit ago about the Liberty Bom that I'm interested in participating in but have not heard back. I sent you my info from the States. Please advise...
amitietextiles said…
Hi Jodi,
not sure what has happened. Will try and get in touch with you to sort it out
Amitie Textiles

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