PatchworkPassionShop

PATCHWORK PASSION QUILT SHOP

New York, United States · 665 Sales

PatchworkPassionShop

PATCHWORK PASSION QUILT SHOP

New York, United States 665 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(185)

Announcement   Great variety of Fabrics, Layer Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Fat Quarters and Charm Packs. Also featured are Little Louise Designs Quilt Patterns, Books and more.
We are happy to combine shipping on multiple orders. Shipping overages over $1.00 will be given promptly during the processing of your order. International orders are welcome, please contact me for a custom listing.

We're located in the foot hills of New York's beautiful Adirondack Mountains.
You can visit our website at: www.LittleLouiseDesigns.com

Announcement
Last updated on Jun 17, 2016

Great variety of Fabrics, Layer Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Fat Quarters and Charm Packs. Also featured are Little Louise Designs Quilt Patterns, Books and more.
We are happy to combine shipping on multiple orders. Shipping overages over $1.00 will be given promptly during the processing of your order. International orders are welcome, please contact me for a custom listing.

We're located in the foot hills of New York's beautiful Adirondack Mountains.
You can visit our website at: www.LittleLouiseDesigns.com

Jude Spero

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Jude Spero

Fiji Batiks Jelly Roll by Moda
US$35.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(185)
francis32

francis32 on Jul 10, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

excellent quality of fabric and this will be a great blender to work with other prints. Seller is great and her products and service are top tier. Thank you.

francis32

francis32 on Jul 10, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

interesting pattern and rich color. Seller is terrific and I am very pleased with purchase and service received. Thank you.

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About

Patchwork Passion - fabric, sewing and quilting, a life long addiction!

Growing up in New York City, we didn’t have much. As a child I was always making do with what I had. There wasn’t a lot of money to buy expensive toys or clothes. My grandmother was a avid sewer and she raised me and my sister. My aunt lived downstairs and she and grandma would sew all evening making dresses. Aunt Margie would wear the dress to work the next day! So, many nights I would go to sleep with the whirring of the sewing machine. There was always lots of fabric around and I was sometimes allowed to mess around with it. I loved dolls and grandma would show me how to make clothes or little blankets. All the beds in the house had homemade bedding. I mean even the sheets were homemade. Grandma worked down on Canal Street in the textile industry. Every night she would come home on the subway with a shopping bag full of fabric. Every closet, under the beds, hidden in huge pillows she would make, everywhere she could tuck it in, there was fabric! So you see, it’s in my blood!
In the early 1970’s I developed an interest in quilting. I made baby quilts and dolls among other handcrafted items. I would sell them to co-workers, friends and family. Once a year I would have an open house and invite everyone to come. This would be my Christmas shopping money.
After my first child was born I became a stay at home mom. I made quilts for all our beds and everyone in the house had their own throw quilts. I used to call them “Fireside Quilts” back in those days.
Back in 1986 my husband and I moved up to the Adirondack Mountains with our two little boys. I eventually worked part time as a chair side dental assistant. I got involved with my local quilt guild and started making quilts, wall hangings and folk art fabric accents and sold them at craft shows. I also made custom quilts to order. As the years went by I evolved and started teaching quilting classes at a BOCES Adult Continuing Education program and at local quilt shops.
I purchased my first Longarm Quilting Machine in 2002. Things evolved again! I started hosting “Sit and Sew” sessions which gave me built in customers for my Longarm Quilting business. I needed more space and wound up opening Patchwork Passion Quilt Shop in 2006. A cute little shop located in historic Glenwood Manor in Queensbury, NY. The manor was also an antique center which made it a real fun location to visit! I had always designed most of my quilts and had written a few patterns prior to opening the shop. As new fabric lines came in, inspiration was all around me and I began designing samples for the shop and writing the patterns. They were selling very well and “Little Louise Designs” was born. Again, I needed more space and moved the shop to a bigger location in downtown Glens Falls, NY in 2010. As fate would have it we had a huge flood and sustained quite a bit of damage. My passion at that time was to keep designing and the demands of being a shopkeeper made that difficult to pursue. The flood made the decision easy! It was time to close the shop and do what I love to do best, design quilts!
I am now back in my Adirondack Mountain studio and Patchwork Passion is now an on-line quilt shop featuring “Little Louise Designs”. The shop offers fabrics, books, patterns and kits.
Thank you for visiting my website and hope you’ve enjoyed it!

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  • Jude Spero

    Owner, Designer, Customer Service

Shop policies

Last updated on April 14, 2016
All fabrics listed are 100% quilt shop quality cotton fresh off the bolt.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept PayPal, Direct Checkout and Etsy Gift Cards.

NY State add 7% sales tax.
Shipping
I will combine shipping on multiple orders and refund shipping overages of $1.00 or more. Orders are shipped in 1 to 2 business days, USPS Priority Mail. Insured by request.

I will ship International upon request.

Shipping prices may vary according to countries.

This will be arranged as a Custom Listing once shipping is agreed upon.
Refunds and Exchanges
All items listed are as described. Please read carefully!
No exchanges.

Refunds considered by circumstances such as damage or loss.
Additional policies and FAQs
Wholesale can be arranged by contacting me.

I only do wholesale on Little Louise Designs Patterns.

Fabric yardage is cut straight from the bolt.

Custom / Reserve orders can be arranged
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I will ship to other countries upon request.