Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Introducing Blossom Heart Quilts


So, you have picked your holiday memory photo, generated your fabric palette now you need to select your fabric. Well, today I am delighted to introduce Alyce, of Blossom Heart Quilts who is one of the very generous prize sponsors for the





If you have never come across Alyce's fabulous Japanese fabrics you are in for a real treat!

Over to Alyce ...



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When Fiona emailed me asking me if I would sponsor the Holiday Memories Mini Quilt Competition with some of my exotic Japanese fabric, how could I say no?! I love Japanese fabric - a term that covers so many different styles - and especially sharing it with others. This was the drive to open my little Etsy store, wanting to share my Japanese fabric finds with others. It's my "bit on the side" - as a full-time stay at home mum and a part-time English teacher, my fling with Japanese fabric is a great side interest! Because who doesn't love playing with fabric?!
Tanabata Japanese fabrics
For the competition, I've donated this beautiful bundle of Japanese fabrics featuring colourful and traditional prints. It's a bundle from my Japanese Bundle Club - a monthly bundle of fabrics selected around a theme. This bundle is from the Tanabata month - a Japanese festival held each summer. The bundle contains 6 prints symbolising Japanese festivals. Other months have included sewing prints, text, and the current bundle is a bundle of 6 warm-coloured fabrics in reds, oranges and yellows. Next month, available September 1st, is novelty prints! It's a month-by-month club, so you just purchase what bundles you want to by the end of the month, and by the second Friday of the next month, your bundle will be winging it's way to you from Japan! You can order a fat quarter bundle or a fat eighth bundle, and shipping is free! You can even combine shipping with any other item, and it will all ship together. If you've ever wanted to try some Japanese fabric, this is the best way to do it!
I can't wait to see what you create during the competition!!

Thanks Alyce, your Japanese fabrics are gorgeous.

All of the details of the competition, including the list of prize sponsors are available here

If trying out Japanese fabrics are New to You then there is still time to link up to


The link up is open until the end of the month.

7 comments:

  1. Lovely bundle from Alyce :)

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  2. I love the Japanese bundles and do the club, last month really was great, especially the fashion ladies and 1 month roses.. I am stashing them for a special project. The animals ones I am using in the ABC qal she has on her blog. I dont really like her new Blog site because I dont think it shows her true self as an artist. I didnt know she was a teacher, I quess thats why her instructions are so clear.

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  3. lovely, fingers crossed!!

    I've picked, palleted, bought, cut and started to join, and it's still looking something like the plan! yippee! !!

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