Oooohhh, the excitement, my new website home page is up and running.
Check out; www.quiltsbylisawatson.co.uk
There’s a cold snap forecast for this week, so a quilt is just the thing to keep you cosy;
A quilt will warm your body and comfort your soul. x
It might have been rather rather wet and miserable last Sunday in Manchester, but The Lakes were experiencing glorious sunshine, which meant my wedding photographer friend; Jo Bradbury http://www.jobradbury.co.uk/ was able to take some delightful images of my new quilts. Thank you Jo.
These quilt pics are for my new website that is being created NOW!
Incidentally http://www.mymas.org/ are supporting me in the development of my new website and if you are a start up business in the NW, it is well worth getting in touch with them too.
I was particularly impressed when I found out how MAS had assisted the iconic Brit brand Norman Walsh trainers; http://www.walshcasual.com/ so if it’s good enough for Norman Walsh…..
Just received today from Mr Frank Fult at Made in Manchester nine new quilts. They need a wee bit of finishing, such as sewing on buttons, but I am so bowled over with the stitching and zinging colour combinations, that I just had to share some pics;
Nothing like a cute cat to show off my tweed quilt beautifully. Of course Mike Plunkett’s skill as a photographer obviously is a bonus.
to see Mike’s fabulous wedding photography.
Thanks again to Mike and John for buying my quilt on Saturday. I’m still chuffed!
The Interiors Show, where my Harris Tweed quilts were for sale, has also now been reviewed by H for Home. To see their review click here; http://4ho.me/IndieShow
Just had a fantastic day at the Independent Interiors Show, chatting to loads of interesting people. Lots of positive feedback on my quilts and I’m chuffed I sold one of my sumptuous yellow velvet quilts to Mike and his partner for their new home. Thanks guys.
The Independent Interiors Show was organised by the talented Rachael and Victoria.
A big thank you out to Rebecca from the divine interiors shop in Knutsford; Aunty Mabel’s Seat for giving me her stand at the show.