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Gypsy Wife & a thank you!


I am happy to announce the release of Jen Kingwell's latest booklet, Gypsy Wife.



Gypsy Wife was once a BOM, but the program is full sooooo if you missed out, here is your chance to grab your copy!

We're still learning with Block of the month. They're getting more and more popular which feels fantastic!! But, with growth comes new systems to learn. In the past Jen has been here to oversee and organise. Gypsy Wife was the first BOM that happened with her M.IA. I personally would like to thank the girls who work at Amitie for their support with BOMs, Stash Club, Liberty Addicts and in general. The shop is a juggling act and I am still learning to catch everything. Without you ladies it would be impossible!

And, as a team we thank our customers (both near an far) for all their support and kind words. It's so nice to hear from customers that they love getting the fabrics and that they think the quilts are wonderful.
Australian fabric shops have taken a hint from online shopping and without our loyal customers who knows where we'd be!

If you wish to purchase a copy of Gypsy Wife visit HERE or pop in to the shop.

Again...
Thank you!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
xoxo
Lucy

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Lisa said…
This is such a beautiful quilt!

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