Shops we love

There’s nothing quite like touching the fabric and getting quality advice face-to-face. We are excited to have partnerships with the following shops in Perth where discounts are available for members… another great reason to be a member of PMQG!

Care2Create, 19 Chase Court, Woodvale WA 6025
Care2Create is your one stop creative haven for all your quilting, patchwork and sewing needs where colours are endless and rules don’t exist. They stock many ranges of fabric, patterns and notions and enjoy making your shopping experience special. Tessa and Kim are supplying PMQG members with a 10% discount, just show your PMQG key ring.  Shop hours for classes, workshops and shopping: 9am-5pm Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturday.

Carol’s of Midland, 47 Farrall Road, Midvale WA 6056
Michelle and her team are looking forward to welcoming you to their shop and are offering PMQG financial members a 10% in store discount.  Just show your PMQG key ring.  They stock a full range of Janome, Pfaff & Brother Sewing Machines and Overlockers with a full range of sewing aids and parts.  There is also a large range of Patchwork Fabric, Haberdashery, Embroidery Threads, Books, Patterns, Patchwork Kits, Giftware, Patchwork Classes and Patchwork and Quilting Clubs. They are willing to help you with your fabric choices or any problems so you can achieve the best result on your project.

Cotton Rose, 3/20 Burler Drive, Vasse WA 6280
Cotton Rose is a relatively new shop and workshop space that provides fabric, yarn and notions in beautiful Vasse, in the South West of WA.  Tanya also provides lessons and her aim is to provide a space to inspire creativity.  The shelves are filled with a good selection of Liberty, Tula Pink and Dashwood studio fabric amongst others. She has also created a workspace with a bank of Bernina sewing machines for customer use and a large table by a huge window for hand sewing or crocheting at.  Tanya runs her own classes and is also planning to host guest tutors (Judy Newman is already booked in!)  Tanya is offering PMQG members a 10% discount off their purchases when they show their membership keyring.

From the First Stitch to the Last8/40 Prindiville Drive, Wangara WA 6065

Handcrafter’s House, 7/401 Great Eastern Highway, Midland WA 6056
It’s worth the drive out to see Michelle, Sweet Sixteen salesperson of the year, and her range of amazing fabrics, notions and books. It’s quilter’s paradise in Perth. Just be careful, you may end up buying a sewing machine! Show your PMQG key ring for 10% discount!

Kraft Daze Sewing World, 7/80 Attfield Street, Maddington WA 6109
With over 11 years in the sewing and patchwork industry, Kraft Daze strive to bring their customers the best in sewing machines, classes, and products to spark your creativity! They specialise in quilting, embroidery, and all things sewing

Ocean Keys Sewing Centre, 2/1868 Marmion Avenue, Clarkson WA 6030
If you are up in Perth’s northern reaches and your sewing machine goes wrong, pop in and see Faye. Bag making is Faye’s passion and you’ll find a good range of interfacings and battings here. Show your PMQG key ring and tell her you saw OKSC mentioned on our site and she will give a 10% discount on non sale fabric and habby items.

Patchwork at Homespun, Shop 6-8, 6 Harrison Street, Willagee WA 6156
Just 15 minutes south of Perth you’ll find Patchwork at Homespun near Leach Highway. The spacious shop and large workshop area have a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for all stitchers, whether you’re a regular or just dropping by. The team are always ready for a chuckle, encouraging customers to “sit long, sew much and laugh often.” There are daily workshops and there’s always someone available to offer advice.  They are experts on colour coordination and carry an enormous range of tonal fabrics to help you create a harmonious quilt. They also specialise in kits and can make one for any pattern in the store or on the website. Show your PMQG key ring for 10% discount!

Materialise, 2/51 Aberdare Road, Nedlands WA 6009
Materialise is a contemporary patchwork and textile store. A treasure trove of textile style created to evoke and inspire. Their focus is on fabrics that are Made in Japan in a variety of styles. Sophie is offering financial members a 10% discount at this boutique fabric shop when they flash their keyring (excluding Liberty of London). A treasure trove of textile style… Created for you… To evoke, inspire and admire…

 

Online shops we love

Although we love visiting our local shops, sometimes it’s great to shop from the comfort of your own home. We are excited to also have partnerships with these online treasures, with discounts available especially to our members.

The Cloth Pocket
The Cloth Pocket is a bitty ‘lil shop in Austin, Texas, but they aim to supply an ever-refreshed, carefully curated stock of textiles for use in quilting, crafting, & apparel.  Their taste inclines toward the more modern styles, so if that’s what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place! Knowing that a lot of you delightful shoppers are quilters, they also try to keep in mind what sorts of prints you need to complete your project in the most unique way possible! Nicole loves MQG members so much, she is very generously offering us a 20% discount in her shop!  Ask a committee member for the code.

The Cotton Factory
Cotton Factory is a small, community focused Sewing Studio, located in Ballarat, Victoria.  They run a range of fantastic classes – all with a modern slant to quilting and craft. Their online store offers unique supplies, and lots of wonderfully modern, fresh (and sometimes quirky) fabrics that you won’t find everywhere. They work hard to source and support Australian Designers, and also work closely with a number of international designers, whose names will be well known to you.  Alison is supplying PMQG members with their very own 10% discount code to be used when shopping online.  Ask a committee member for the code.

Lady Belle Fabric
Lady Belle Fabric is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Rob and Brooke Becker. Brooke spent some of her childhood in Australia, but she has found her way into the southern hills of Tennessee. All of their fabrics are handpicked and cut up into bundles that are fresh, fun, and modern. Their goal is to bring to you gorgeous lines of fabric that are ready to go for your next project and then get them to you as quickly as they can. PMQG members are being offered a 10% discount code to be used when shopping online. Ask a committee member for the code. Please feel free to email them at questions@ladybellefabric.com with any questions or concerns. They can also be found on Instagram: @becker1210

Polka Dot Tea
Polka Dot Tea Fabrics is owned by Jeanette and Danielle, based in country NSW and Canberra. They are both quilters and their main focus is on quality fabrics, including some that are a little harder to find but sought after by modern quilters, such as those by Japanese manufacturers Kei, Yuwa, Daiwabo and Lecien. Recently they have also been building up their stock of Art Gallery ranges. PMQG members are being offered a 10% discount code to be used when shopping online (excluding Liberty Club, vouchers, or on top of other discounts which may apply). Ask a committee member for the code to use on their Etsy shop, or if you order through Instagram, Facebook or email, just let them know that you are a members.

SewMondo
SewMondo aims to provide you with high quality fabrics and tools for all your quilting and sewing requirements. Our focus is on modern essentials and we carry a large and growing range of our favourite essential, Essex Linen. All their fabrics can be used in quilting, dressmaking, bags and general sewing. Many of their fabrics complement your existing stash but they are equally comfortable being the star of your make. They sell and personally use the amazing high quality Aurifil thread. SewMondo also carry a broad range of tried and tested tools and notions to help you achieve your sewing goals and their are always on the look out for sewing related gifts to provide for sewing friends and family.

 

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