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Posted by on Mar 09, 2019 .

We are on a relaxing break away - doing what I love "SEWING" and watching Movies .... this break away I decided to start finishing some of my UFO's.....   My English Pieced Grandmother's Flower Garden is first on the list -  I hate to admitt this but I do have quiet a few projects unfinished...  this lovely quilt is all hand pieced and as you can see from the photos the fabrics are some what older than we see on todays shevles at Glenrose Patchwork ......  I started this before I opened my business 14 years ago and I'm very excited at last I'm getting closer to having it finished.

We would love you all to share your UFO's and photos -...

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 .

Hello and welcome to another week on the blog.  We have had a few requests for Glenis's beautiful Scone receipe with jam and cream.....

Glenis's Scones..

Place in a bowl  -  2 Heaped cups of Self Raising Flour and 1/4 cup sugar.

Place in a 500ml tupperware shaker - 300ml cream, 2 eggs and the fill to the top with milk - then shake.

Tip into bowl with dry ingredients and mix with a knife.  The mixture should be sticky but hold shape and drop off the spoon - not like a cake mixture.  Spray baste muffin tins with oil and drop spoonfulls into the muffin trays.    Makes 12 scones..... Set oven at approx 185 degree for about 15mins...

Posted by on Feb 13, 2019 .

Firstly a big thankyou to everyone who commented on our first little competition for 2019... We had some great names to choose from but we thought "Licorice Allorts" best suits.  So Congratulation to Alison Day for your winning entry.  Please contact Glenrose for your free Fat Quarter Pack.  Well done!.

New this week -  "Hickory Road" designed by Jo Morton from Moda , available on website

I wonder what Glenis will make with these... any suggestions??? 

Until next week we will look at some shop samples and maybe one of Glenis's favourite receipes.

Happy Sewing...

Posted by on Feb 06, 2019 .

Another week gone already!!!  Hopefully some of your sewing projects are getting half finished at least.  So this week we have had some new material come into our hands and some cute little bits and pieces. 

Our competition for the free Fat Quarter Pack is drawn next Wednesday, just simply leave a name that you think we should call the little quilt. Good Luck!!!  Also, a Sneak Peak..... I wonder what Glenis is up to now??

  Keep checking our Blog to find out!!

   Until Next week, Carolyn





Posted by on Jan 30, 2019 .


Hello and welcome to our first week on the Blog.  The time has come for our first "GIVEAWAY" for the year,

  All you have to do is suggest a name for our latest shop sample, materials used are from the Sleepy Sloth collection.

  Lucky winner will recieve a Fat Quarter Pack.  Leave your name suggestion in the comments below.  Drawn on the 13th February.  GOOD LUCK!

Posted by on Jan 22, 2019 .

Snippets designed by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics.... this cute block uses a Charm pack or use a Layer cake to make a bigger quilt -  Layer cake size 72 inches square. The pattern incudes a pattern for a MIni Quilt - how cute would that be.....

Pattern is called "Moda Love Charm Quilt",  you can find it here......

Glenrose Patchwork has a full range of pre cuts available - check out our website.


Posted by on Jan 29, 2019 .

  Slottered Trimmer by New Leaf...

This ruler makes perfect half square triangles several different sizes: 1-1/2 inches to 6 -1/2 inches square.

  One alignment, two cuts.

Plus removes dog ears.

  Great instructions and also You tube demo's....   

Rulers can be found under Notions and them click Rulers...

Posted by on Jan 23, 2019 .

Hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year and had plenty of time to sew and relax.

My Name is Carolyn and I am Glenis's left hand for the website, everyweek I will be doing a weekly blog on our products and samples,  I might even sneak in a free giveaway along the way - But dont tell the Boss!!!!    

  Stay tuned, Thanks Carolyn