mandy munroe

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Townscapes at Hometown

I have to say a BIG thank you to Marion for hosting another (full) workshop at Hometown in Rochester and also to all the lovely ladies who tried and trusted my freeing up method of designing their own town quilts. Jennifer of Glindaquilts has kindly written about the day on her blog so click and take a look at some of the unique ideas and fabric choices everyone came up with. I cant wait to see the finished results!

WIP Wednesday – Workshop with Mandy Munroe 🙂

Lovers of Hometown will be pleased to know that “Five Doors Down” a sister pop-up shop opens in November for 4 weeks only and will be full of seasonal decorations and gifts.

Five Doors Down – 66 High Street Rochester, Kent UK


2 comments on “Townscapes at Hometown

  1. Jennifer
    December 30, 2012

    Hi Mandy, thought you might like to see my finished quilt which my sister-in-law absolutely loves! Thanks again for the great workshop, hope to come to another one in 2013, Happy New Year, Jennifer 🙂

    • mandymunroe
      January 2, 2013

      Jennifer, it’s wonderful – well done!
      Happy New Year to you also, hope to see you again soon.

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