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September 05, 2009


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What a lovely use for your scrumptious fabric, I bet you're enjoying playing with it. :-)


They're so cute!

jane l

love them both...

Rachelle Jones

Rosalie, I think they are just lovely. What lovely ideas.


Just love that green shade with the cutest pink houses and teapots. Fantastic projects. I've worked with vinyl/oilcloth. Bad words spewed. So good of you to put out a nice finish for easier sewing.


Love this little project! The Lecien PVC fabric is really cute. This is just really sweet.


Wow Rosalie, they all look wonderful together. That would be such a great back to school gift.


It's lovely!

Anne Heidi

They are all so pretty! What a great set!


oh rosalie, it is just beautiful!! i love the fabric you chose, the houses, for everything.

I also like that the PVC isn't shiny. The matte finish makes it look more beautiful. Good choices by you and Lecien!! ;0

Now get back to work! Don't make me fly to Australia because I will, you know, I will! ;0



So gorgeous!!
I have just bought my first piece of PVC but haven't started yet. What precautions should I take other than using a nice strong needle?
Andi :-)
Also, where can I get hold of your new fabrics, including the PVC stuff?

Rosalie Quinlan

TypePad HTML EmailDear Andi,
I didn't use a different needle. I guess it depends on how thick the pvc is. People suggest using tissue paper between the pvc and your machine foot. Some suggest using a teflon foot and some suggest spraying the pvc with silicon spray. I didnt do any of those things. Mine is quite thin. I did find that using sticky tape instead of pins to hold things together was helpful. Also using the bias tape meant that nothing stuck to anywhere on my machine.
I still dont have a list of who will be buying my fabric. Where do you live, I cant remember. Ask your local patchwork store if they are getting it. I know Patchwork with Gail B will have it in Melbourne as well as Foothills fabric and threads. I know that will also have the full range. I think it will be making its way to stores in the next 2 weeks or so.
Hope this helps. Have fun!
Rosalie xx

dotti white

These are absolutely adorable, Rosalie! I love them! You are one talented lady! Thank you for sharing!


Hiya Rosalie,just gorgeous if only I had girls,to make things for!!!lol...more fabrics & pretty things for me I guess...
I'm counting down the days till your fabric hits the stores..hehehe
Then roll on your new book..
looking forward to seeing plenty more creations..
Hugs Catherine xx
P.S your creations are always inspiring I'm off to poor sewing machine has been a little negleted.


They look great Rosalie...a nice dietraction!


I love it Rosie, how fantastic is that. Beautiful ideas!


Rosalie, How cute!!!! Can't wait to get my hands on some..

Sandy N

Raechel Gribbin

Hi... I so love the materials that you have designed & can't wait to get my hands onto some... any ideas when it might hit the shops and who will be selling your range... it's simply adorable... WELL DONE xx


GORGEOUS. The green house fabric is my absolute favorite ;)


Very Very Sweet! I love journal covers and pencil rolls, so much fun to look at. Great job, cant wait to get my hands on some.


Fabulous projects. Have fun with the pattern writing :)


I was sewing with oilcloth on the weekend which is super sticky. I used a "denim" needle, longer stitch length and I also wiped down the bed of the machine and the underside of the foot with a silicon wipe. Oh and I did purchase a "roller" foot, which does just that, rolls across the fabric. No sticky. BTW - Stunning fabric range.


Oh that is just gorgeous! Just wondering...are you planning on making that into a pattern? I love it!


This is the perfect set for the Christmas stocking!
Please please please release the pattern for the toiletry bag as well, Rosie! they're all gorgeous.
Loved meeting you at the first Stitch-in yesterday; had such a gr8 time!


Thank you Rosalie for the wonderful time I had at Glen Harrow on Saturday , Looking forward to next year. Sign me up

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