Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Do you know Tracey?

I have only recently stumbled across a new (to me) UK quilting shop.  Tracey Pereira of Quilt Me Happy owns the shop and is also a long arm quilter.  That was how she and I "met" since I was looking for a long-arm quilter and Tracey and I started chatting and today my first quilt is being mailed to her to be long arm quilted.  Well not my first quilt but my first quilt to be long arm quilted.  It's my mahoosive swoon and I will be sure to let you see it when I get it back.


So then I realised that Tracey also has a quilting fabric shop and I just wanted to mention it to you in case you didn't know.  Quilt Me Happy covers a range of modern (think Aneela Hooey, Deb Strain, Sweetwater, Pat Bravo) and what I would call modern/traditional and what I would call modern/traditional fabrics (think Fig Tree, 3 Sisters, Chloe's Closet, Sentimental Studios).


She stocks everyone's new favourite solid, Essex Linen as well as some nice Moda essential dots.


She has some Timeless Treasures and Dear Stella coming soon as well as the delicious new line, Curious Nature from Parson Gray.  Perfect for a Father's Day Quilt.  If you have a minute, pop over to her shop and take a little rummage around, see if you can't find yourself a little treat or perhaps a sale bargain.

10 comments:

  1. Oh what fantastic fabrics - I'll add her to my list of OLQS's

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  2. Ohhh that Parson Gray line speaks to me!!!

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  3. Thanks. Good to know another UK fabric shop.

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  4. I was hoping somewhere UK based would do that line :-) She also does the crushed walnut shells for pin cushions, you know, that's meant to keep your pins sharp.

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  5. taking a look always nice to find other UK shops thanks! x

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  6. I've been on that website quite a few times actually. Haven't ordered anything from it yet..I'm being good for the rest of this month...that's not to say next month I won't go shopping crazy =D

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  7. Love, love, love the Curious Nature from Parson Gray fabrics. Thanks for the heads up.

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  8. Of course I know Tracey! (just a different Tracey)... speaking of, I have your LynneBob block to send. You can see it in flick if you'd like. :)

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  9. Curious Nature looks lovely - thanks for the introduction!

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