My last Newsletter for the year…..

I know I say this every year but l’ll say it again, the year has flown. Things start winding down a little shop wise, but family wise it gets busy. Our little family has 3 birthdays between now and Christmas, December 1stl break out the boxes of Christmas decorations and tart up our home. Love Christmas, the kids come home on Christmas Eve and stay a couple of nights so it’s one of my fav times of the year.


I have had a great year in the shop, have been invited to many quilt shows and stitching days, love packing up my little shop for a weekend of work. I also rediscovered the joys of hand piecing. The 3rdquilt l ever made was hand pieced, l have been quilting for 22 years so it’s been a while. I love having hand sewing to do whilst working away from the shop. 


It’s a lovely time of year in the garden, recently replanted my front garden to make it into more a cottage garden. Decided the Hydrangeas were taking over and stopping other things from growing. They only look great for about 6 moths of the year. I have relocated them in the back garden, looks like l’ve only lost one. I do a walk around every night, it’s amazing the changes you see each time you take a wander.


l am hosting a Snuggly Quilts Day on November 8th, if you can help shoot me off a message, the more the merrier, it’s a great cause.


A reminder l will be closing for 2018 on Thursday December 13thand reopening for 2019 on January 15th, 2019. Mrs Martin’s Quilt Shop celebrates 15 years in business in March. 


A big thank you for making my year a wonderful one.


 Sewing Circles …..

There are some places available Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning. If you have some time and would like to join us you’re most welcome to join us for bit of hand stitching, a cuppa and a natter.

Cost is $5.00


Saturday Sewing Circles…..

Gather together a group of mates and come spend a Saturday at Mrs Martin’s. Would love to have 8 guests, but if you can’t get that many let me know, l have people who are happy to come along and join you, we call them the randoms. And l mean that in the nicest way. 

You might consider a Saturday Sewing Circle for your group’s end of year break up. Let me know if you’d like to book.

$20 per person. BYO lunch and nibbles. Lollies, tea and coffee and entertainment provided. You’ll also receive a 10% discount of any fabric purchased.