mandy munroe

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Fat Quarter Bundles


Love a fat quarter?  – well how about twelve!!!!!!

As you know I’m a bit of a sucker for fabric, so when I was invited by Newcastle Fabrics to select some for a bundle I was happy as Larry.

Mostly from the Styl Mod range there are some WOW stripes, large graphic florals and a few Margos shirtings to give them a bit of space. They will be available in quilt shops in March, I’m hoping they will make some wonderful gifts!

– and you’ll be pleased to know that they inspired a quilt…….. coming soon!

Check out Newcastle fabrics – they’ve just launched their new website!

Mandy's selection

“It’s very nice of you to help me with my bundles” said the lady


– to quote Syd Hoff from Danny the Dinosaur -found rescued and spiral bound alongside many others by Ex Libris Anonymous. ( I just bought this for my son)!

2 comments on “Fat Quarter Bundles

  1. rags4bags
    February 11, 2013

    Love them!

  2. mandymunroe
    July 3, 2013

    Knew you’d love the green!

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