About Patchwork Dreamer
Hello and welcome, I am Mary the dreamer behind this web site. I have been playing with fabric since about the age of five when my grandmother showed me how to sew paper pieced hexagons. Moved along to dressmaking in my teens. Took a Diploma in industrial fashion and design and then more or less stopped as life took over. I dabbled in the patchwork on and off for many years before deciding to take a beginners course a few years ago with the lovely Abbie Searle. Abbie gave me the confidence to try out new things and I am now undertaking a City and Guilds level 3 in patchwork and quilting. Patchwork and quilting has rather taken over my life and with the support of my long suffering husband and children I have given up my job as a childminder to set up Patchwork Dreamer. So join me on this fabric dream use the social media at the top of the page to tell me what you like and what you would like.
Patchwork Dreamer is a new exciting web shop in the heart of Cornwall. Patchwork Dreamer tries to bring you something a little bit different from the comfort of your home. We have lots of lovely 100% cotton fabrics, Kona solids in the full spectrum of colours. Roll ups, charm squares and Hexies also from Robert Kaufman. Blend offers Field day by Josephine Kimberling, Bonjour mon Ami and Bella by Amanda Murphy and Gossamer by Shell Rummel. Art Gallery Fabrics represnted by Textures by Angela Walkers, Bijoux by Bari J, Carnaby Street by Pat Bravo and Color me Retro by Jeni Baker. Our Riley Blake collection includes Geekly Chic, Hooty hoot returns, So Happy Together and Ashbury Heights with Enchant Cottons by Natalie Lymer comming soon. Michael Miller has Indigo at the Beach, Nevermore and some lovely Batiks. YLI threads for both hand and machine quilting along with a large selection of John James hand sewing craft needles.
Best of all we have a unique design wall setting which means you can plan your projects and "audition" fabrics from any collection, mix and match. And as many of us have more than one project going at a time you can have several walls going just name them and they will be there on your next visit, lots of fabric fun.