Let’s hope we get the weather for one!
In one of the brief moments we had to chat to neighbouring stands at this year’s Festival of Quilts we met Sue Schofield of Springwood House Designs. She has just launched a new publication called Fun with Leaves and it is full of leaf templates that are just perfect for our New Autumn fabric collection – don’t you agree?
We asked to see your projects on our Facebook page and want to share these with you. This is Dresden Flower from Monika Huelsebusch ca. 60 x 80 Inch, all Oakshott Fabrics
sewn by machine, appliqued by hand, quilted on an APQS longarm machine
Ursula Josefs-Kirschbaum: My daughter Anne was busy and made this beautiful Quilt. In Lakes and New Colourshott
Read all about her time at the show on her blog: thequiltquine.wordpress.com
“I loved being part of the professional and friendly Bernina team which included representatives from Switzerland and Scandinavia”
Can you tell she comes from Scotland?Read more about Linzi and see some terrific projects at www.thequiltquine.com
Don’t forget to pay us a visit on stands G13 and G21 as you overload your senses on all the beautiful creations at this year’s Festival of Quilts at the NEC from 6 to 9 August 2015.
Oakshott have a lot to show you
Packs, patterns, quilts, kits, fabrics and ideas galore:
We are looking forward to meeting you at Stands G13 and G21 at this year’s Festival of Quilts, but then there are all the quilt categories to drool over as well! See if you can spot the Oakshott …
We congratulated Karen Terrens for winning best in show in Sydney in June 2015 now we can actually vote for her to win the Victorian Craft Award. Her Sanderson’s Apprentice Quilt (made using Oakshott fabrics) is a finalist in this wide-ranging event: it had 116 finalists out of 450 entrants; is exhibiting in four venues across Melbourne, Australia; covers all crafts from jewellery to ceramics, fabric to glass.
Read all about her work on victoriancraftaward.org.au/karen-terrens/ and vote for her in the People’s Choice (once you have checked out the other entrants, of course!) and be in for winning some craft vouchers.
Don’t you just love the world wide web; such beautiful things to see without moving an inch.