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« on: October 23, 2005 09:18:47 PM »

Ok, so I just found this site:


and love some of their own fabrics - I also *adore* the Cath Kidston stuff they sell, and the toiles are nice too.  I'm wondering if anyone has bought from them before, or, if anyone has made a quilt from Cath Kidston and can tell me whether the fabric is ok for quilting.  I had thought it might be too thick.  It's so pretty, I'm imagining a really beautiful quilt made from some combination of Cath Kidston and some slightly less expensive things Smiley
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2006 04:15:33 AM »

I have never purchased from them, but I will check them out.

I have sewed a bit w/Cath Kidston's fabric.  It is heavier that traditional quilt fabric, but it is a personal choice.  I think the biggest problem with Cath Kidston fabric is the price.

I usually purchase online or roady to Chicago to go to Fishmans and Vogue.

Hope that helps.

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« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2008 02:47:48 PM »

I made a nine-patch quilt this year with loads of my stash, including Cath Kidston cotton duck fabrics. This was long arm quilted, and has turned out successfully. As to hand quilting, I can't comment, as I haven't tried that yet.
I haven't got a good pic of the quilt yet, but hope to take one soon, and post it on here.
Have a go, & we'd all love to see your quilt! Wink I love CK fabrics too.
Happy quilting.... and New YEAR! Grin
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