We also got Mill House Inn the latest range from Figtree quilts. This ever so pretty range was inspired by a recent family trip to the Cotsolds. A rich pallette in these fabrics pack with colour names like currant, rose red, clotted cream, pond, fresh apricots, butterscotch pudding and meadow grass.
A charming mix of simple, vintage and modern prints can be found in the Simple Abundance range by Bonnie & Camille. Simple Abundance is sure to inspire creative living.
Full of florals, stripes, paisleys and tonals, in rich aquas, lush reds, chocolate brown and the sweetest pink, Simple Abundance leads the way to a simple way of living life, full of the things that one loves most.
Comfortably fashionable in the red, blue, cream, and khaki that has come to define the fabrics from Minick and Simpson, their latest range is a celebration of Wiscasset, known as Maine's prettiest town. The commercial seaport of Wiscasset has seen a treasure trove of antiquities from across the globe. These reproductions revolve around the stunning, etched Jacobean floral and include madder paisleys, several calicos, a floral stripe, polka dots, and mini rose buds.
The fabrics I have been waiting for through is the latest release from the Collections for a Cause Range - Alliance (above). Proceeds from these collections are donated to charity. I was thrilled to be involved in suggesting the charity this collection supports - NETs.
The NETS mobile humidicrib. This trolley has everything they need to provide mobile intensive care for babies
NETS provides a mobile emergency service for babies and children across NSW and the ACT who need intensive care. Thomas (my oldest) was transported by a NETs team from the San hospital to Royal North Shore the evening he was born as his lungs weren't properly developed when he was born.
They were a fantastic team and I know of many other families who have NETs to thank for getting their child to the services they need.