Thursday, 4 July 2013

Happy 4th of July

Juki TL98 P on the 6 foot Art Quilter frame
Ever notice that red, white and blue works on both sides of 'the pond'. My guess is that the colonial Americans were too fond of the colours to change. Whenever I use red white and blue I'm pleasing the English and American members of our household. I appreciate the Anglo-American mix in our family.Our children get the best of both! 

We've tried to maximize the benefits of both sides of 'the pond' in our quilting frames too. We're keen to make American innovations in machine quilting more accessible to the English quilter. We've taken an American idea and adapted it to fit in our English homes. Our New English Quilter frames are where American practicality and service meet the genius of British design. We think that we offer the best of both!

red white ad blue bunting FMQ sampler
But don't take our word for it. Come visit our stand at the Festival of Quilts this August in Birmingham at the NEC. You'll find us at the same place as last year stand A 46 B36-38. You'll be able to see and try JUKI sewing machines on our New English Quilter and Art Quilter frames. We'll have a great selection of Superior Threads available too.

a selection of red, white and blue threads from Superior Threads
Come and see classic British design and experience quality American service. Our frames are made in the UK. So we're right here when you need us. We offer ongoing training and support for all our customers.Our UK based demonstrations, workshops, retreats and online support will make sure that you get the most out of your quilting frame.

scalloped mussel shell filler - machine quilting detail
Stop by for a visit and we'll show you how to do this fun filler at the show. Stand A46 B36-38

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