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PEONY ROSE WORKSHOP WITH SANDRA

The ever so talented Sandra Boyle will be teaching the MOST amazing quilt here in February.


Her Peony Rose quilt is so stunning and you can get her expertise advise on making your own!


4 classes, running fortnightly.
Starting Thursday Feb 12th.
10.00 am - 12.30 pm.
$100 per person.


Places are limited to let us know if you would like to join Sandra for this class.
You can call us on (03) 9596 7225 to book.


Comments

quiltrob said…
this quilt looks amazing. I live in WA so cant do the class, does Sandra sell the pattern?
Harry Parker said…
Its very beautiful quilt. Please visit my site also Yahoo phone number
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Quilting Focus said…
Hi Jen, I'm, reaching out from Quilting Focus: we have your quilting shop listed in our directory: https://quiltingfocus.com/business-directory/1011/amitie-textiles-fabrics/ We would love to add some more photos to the listing and invite you to perhaps do a one off featured blog post for us to increase the profile of your quilting shop and blog. Happy Quilting Tarnya (webmaster QuiltingFocus.com)
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