Fabric Shop in Bristol

I recently made a trip to Bristol to see Lydia of Made my Wardrobe fame. I blogged about Lydia not so long ago, you can read about her by clicking here.  She operates out of a very cool studio in Bristol Рhere she is in situ.

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She is starting to offer some textiles workshops (some fancy knickers were about to be made when I was there!), so if you are in the Bristol area, take a look at her website at: http://www.mademywardrobe.com.

Whilst in Bristol, I discovered a lovely quilt shop on the Gloucester Road, which rejoices under the name of ‘Flo-Jo Boutique’. You can just see the shop behind its scaffolding disguise:

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Inside was a beautifully-presented, well-stocked shop. You can see some of the great range of haberdashery on the right of the picture below.

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They stock an interesting range of patterns and kits alongside some attractive bolts of fabric.

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It was hard to pick, but I purchased a collection of different fabrics for my stock, and a little scrap bag, for who can resist the lure of a lucky dip!

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And they have the coolest publicity postcards:

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And how about this one?

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And while we are talking about images… if you would like to have a FREE March calendar page with a pretty Amanda Jane Textiles fabric design at the bottom, please fill in the contact form below. You will not only get the March page¬†(sent to you as a PDF) but I will add you to the list to get a calendar page for each of the remaining months of 2017.