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My quilts are being made now!

By lisawato / September 26, 2013 / 0 Comments

It’s happening, my first quilts are being stitched NOW!

In the next couple of weeks I will post pics of my new quilts, which have the same sumptuous velvet and gorgeous fabrics as my samples shown, and now have fabulous Harris tweed from;

Harris Tweed Hebrides - The major producer of Harris Tweed

I can’t wait to show you the finished quilts. Lx

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Welcome to my new blog; Lisa Watson quilts

By lisawato / March 27, 2013 / 0 Comments

I’m really excited about my gorgeous new collection of Harris Tweed and velvet quilts.

And to celebrate, I have started this new blog dedicated to lisawatsonquilts, my new venture;











These fabulous pictures of my current Harris tweed and quilt collection taken by Jo Bradbury, the talented photographer;

More details on my tweed and velvet quilts to follow shortly….

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Thanks to @lisawatso for the most fabulous quilt ever. Isn’t it gorgeous!!! And in my favourite colour…Green!

Dai-An Craig

I bought Lisa’s ‘sunshine yellow velvet and subtle blues, browns and greys Harris Tweed, quilt. Just love the fabrics, colour combinations and the workmanship is superb.

Kaori Laird

Oh my, my, my! Lisa, what a beautiful thing you create! They are heavenly beautiful! Simply, I am glad I came across your work and brought them!!!


I am so pleased with my beautiful quilt. The colours are lovely and they tone in really well with our bedroom colours.

Geoff & Nicola

Lisa is very proud of her quilts and justifiably so. I have never seen any like them, photos do not do them justice.


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