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  • Jill C. 9:43 am on November 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , june quilt,   

    Quilt Show in Bangkok December 2019 

    quilt showThis is the third Quilt Show showcasing the lovely quilts made by Khun June and her students.

    December 10-22 at Bangkok Art & Culture Center BACC Floor L.

    Open every day 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, closed Mondays.

    The BACC is the central point of Bangkok’s contemporary art movement. Entry is free. The art center is just a few steps from MBK and Siam Discovery. There are 9 floors of free exhibitions, shops, an art library and a couple of cafes serving coffee and snacks.

    Location: 939 Rama I Rd, Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
    BTS: National Stadium


    These are the lovely quilts made by Khun June and her students on display at Bangkok Art & Culture Center.

    Google maps for BACC

    Khun June owns the quilt shop June Quilt near BTS Station Ratchathewi. Search for JuneQuilt on Facebook.

    Google maps for June Quilt Shop

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    • orchid 6:14 pm on November 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Seychelles Rupee


    • Hlaing Wai Lwin 9:56 pm on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Is there any retail shop that can buy online in Thailand?


      • Jill C. 3:50 pm on June 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Try Quilt Republic https://www.quilt-republic.com/ and Hong Garment Accessories https://www.hga2001.com/


      • Karan 2:21 pm on October 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        We have just received about 500 traditional style cotton muslin and cotton/poly quilts from our contractor. Single size, 58in x 80 in. Batting is 100% polyester. They are machine washable and can be tumble dried as well. We’ve been gifting them to our textile customers. Feedback has been very good. They are available for sale.


    • backyard - Reid 10:26 am on November 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill.

      I’m quite new to Thailand, and would love to reach out to you about sewing generally in Bangkok. I think it was one of your posts that led me to a sewing machine shop where I was able to buy a new set of legs for my industrial lock stitch machine. Thank you.

      Kind regards, Reid


  • Jill C. 3:18 pm on August 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , patches, polyester, pratunam, , ,   

    Wholesale Fabric at New Mall, Shibuya at Pratunam, Bangkok 

    Now there is an elevated walkway from Gaysorn Plaza to the Pratunam shopping area. The skywalk is called R Walk (Ratchaprasong Walk). I took the BTS Sukhumvit Line to Chidlom and walked to Pratunam on the R Walk, to check out a new mall called Shibuya. I saw it mentioned in the Facebook group Bangkok Shopping Finds. The mall has three floors of wholesale fabric, mostly polyester and lace. I bought 2 meters of polyester at 100 baht per meter. If you buy more you will get the wholesale price.

    A food court, Food Center on the 6th floor, is open daily from 9:00 – 6:00. Closed Sunday.

    Sirinda Shop does made-to-order labels, patches, stickers, printed and laser buttons and more. Look for sirindafanpage on Facebook. I bought a few decorative embroidered patches at 20 baht each.
    Hours for Sirinda Shop:
    Monday through Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Closed Sunday

    It’s also called Shibuya 19 Shopping Mall. There are lots of fashion clothing shops in the mall too. See pics at this link.  Bangkok.com


    At Sirinda Shop they can make to order: labels (woven, printed, screened, leather), size labels, care labels, buttons, hang tags, ribbon, thread, plastic and paper bags, embroidery, elastic, cotton tape and garment accessories. They have a branch at Bobae too, open Monday – Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm closed Sunday.

    • Jo Pooley 11:55 am on October 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill. I’ve just moved to Bangkok and was hoping to join a quilting guild or group. Are you part of one? Or do you know of any around? Thanks in advance


      • Jill C. 5:41 pm on October 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Join the facebook group Bangkok Quilters, maybe you can start a group. So far we just have the online group.


    • Yvonne Bone 6:18 pm on August 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply


      Thank you for the new location to check out!
      Any idea where one can buy shell and other buttons in Bangkok? Would love your feedback.

      Thanks a mil.


      Sent from my iPad


    • Ursula 3:46 pm on August 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill
      Thank you so much for this information.
      Ursula from the Philippines


  • Jill C. 9:43 am on March 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , clothes, , lightweight, ,   

    Jim Thompson Outlet for Silk in Bangkok 

    The Jim Thompson Outlet on Sukhumvit Soi 93 is open every day from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. They have a range of silk from heavy upholstery fabric, to lighter weight for clothing. The lighweight silk is called 1 ply. It is washable and great for sewing up quilts or clothing. Silks are on floors 1 and 3. Enjoy lunch at the cafe while you’re there. However they don’t have chiffon or anything light like that. The lightest I saw was a shimmery white silk in a couple of different weaves that would be good for blouses or dressy clothing.


    • Samyakk Clothing 6:43 pm on April 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, We are Samyakk.com and online company. We sell wedding designer clothing for brides, grooms, bridesmaid, groomsman. we want to promote out products in your website please let us know the way to do it.


    • Kerin McMahon 5:31 pm on November 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill,

      I am a quilter living in Thailand and am wondering if you have seen many of the batik fabrics in Bangkok. I didn’t see any in Chiang Mai and I am now living in Krabi and wish to make a quilt using about 10 different batik fabrics..

      Thanks kindly

      Kerin McMahon


      • Jill C. 7:58 am on November 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        We were always on the lookout for batiks when I was in quilt group. Never could find any real ones. We only found quilt fabric with batik prints at Kimono House (like Robert Kaufman), and then we ended up using sarong fabric sometimes.


    • Tam 7:29 pm on October 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill,
      My name is Tam and I just get to know you through a website (Quilt batting at Sri Song Swad shop in Chinatown, Bangkok) where I found your post. Ideally, I want to find places in Thailand that sell the polyster wadding (mass market) inside the fabric on the first picture that has been attached below; and also the type of fabric in the second picture. However, I have tried to search most of the websites to find out mass markets but couldn’t see any that sell these types of product. Can u please help me to find any markets in Thailand that sell polyster wadding and the fabric on the sencond picture but in mass quantity? It would be great if you can help me
      Thank you for your kindness!


    • Nava 4:36 pm on July 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill, Can you guide me where I can buy Artificial Flower petals in China Town or anywhere in Thailand. Im planing to travel early August and want to buy in wholesale. Please do let me know


    • tinytinker1 6:34 pm on July 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi jill , i am in bangkok and looking for upholstery fabric for sofas and chairs like the one they have at index or koncept furniture.Can you Pls guide me


      • Jill C. 8:14 pm on July 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Sampeng Lane and Pahurat. Not sure exactly which shops. You’ll have to walk around and look.


    • Pearlyn 11:50 am on April 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill

      Back in 2016, with the help of your post, I went to china world, visited the store that you raved about, on level 2, which was kind of hard to find but i managed to find it and bought a lot of fabrics

      Now, im visiting bangkok again and planned to go to china world on next monday, but i forgot the name of the store. May I know if you remember the name of the store? Was it kimono house? Is the store still there?

      Besides belleboo, do you recommend any other shop for cute 100% cotton prints?

      I will also be going to Jim Thompson Outlet on Sukhumvit Soi 93 for thick silk as well.



      • Jill C. 5:25 pm on April 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Yes the name is Kimono House and it moved. It’s nearby in walking distance from China World, and it’s on google maps. It’s a separate shop near Starbucks. The address is: Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200. I don’t really have a new or favorite shop. Haven’t been shopping for a while. Will have to get back there again soon. Have a good trip and good luck shopping!


        • Anonymous 7:25 pm on May 7, 2018 Permalink

          Just an update. I found kimono house opp Starbucks. I found a lot of nice cotton prints at chesun on level 2.

          I also had a very hard time tryin to locate sampeng lane and due to time constraints & fatigue, I purchased a lot of fabrics from belleboo and left, without going to #150, #159 and #277. What a pity!

          I will go to those shops in my next trip


      • sanjay 11:26 am on July 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        hello jill, ia msupplying tools for jewellary industry in india.looking for someone who can supply our tools in bangkok.please check our website http://www.sukharamexport.com
        i hope you can give us an idea.thanks.
        our number on watsup is 91-9825290090
        sanjay sukharamwala


    • Natalia 9:31 am on April 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hello im looking for stud hook and more accessories for bag can you help me


    • Natalia 5:19 pm on April 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Jill I’m in Bangkok I’m looking for rayon i found very little in Chinatown where I can find more


    • Lea 10:31 am on March 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill!! I just stumbled upon your website and since I‘m going to Bangkok, this is very helpful. In Chiang Mai I found some aweseome quilt fabrics, and I think I‘ll have to buy more just before my flight back home. I wish I could upload a picture, so you could see which ones I mean. They are cotton and have these amazing borders and have lots of gold on them. The other ones I really liked were the indonesian batik fabrics. Do you have anything inmind, where I could get those?


      • Jill C. 11:03 am on March 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Those are sarong fabrics. They are sold at local markets. If you can get to Sampeng Lane in Chinatown, the walking lane shops go by number and there’s a shop number 96 “Vibul Kit” and another shop near that. There are a lot of shops selling sarongs in various markets, maybe you can show the concierge at your hotel desk. If you can bring one along when you shop, that would explain to people what you’re looking for. Good luck. We use those in quilting all the time! Also good for tablecloths, sewing two together along the longer sides. Some shops even sell this fabric on a bolt.


        • Lea 1:57 pm on March 21, 2018 Permalink

          Thank you so much!!!


    • Fabienne 12:45 pm on March 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill. Where can i find good Lycra fabric and bright colors stretch fabric in Bangkok? I need to make leotard and dance costume for the end of te Year show. (70’s theme)


    • Kyla 5:40 am on March 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill,
      I’m sorry if you have answered this question above, as I tried to search through and find my answer but couldn’t. We are making sarongs and love the “sapun” fabric that is in Pahurat. Do you know where we could take the fabric to have the ends sewn and wholesale quantities?
      Thanks so much!


      • Kimmi 11:05 am on April 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Hi there, Did you find a good place to get the ends sewn in large quantities (300 units) in Sampeng Lane. I’m also looking for the same


    • Ann 9:35 pm on March 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Does the outlet have any silk threads or silk yarns?


    • Tracy @ It's a T-Sweets Day! 12:45 pm on March 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What a find! I wish I was near Bangkok! 🙂


  • Jill C. 9:25 pm on July 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: labels, tags   

    Labels, Tags, Iron On Transfer Sheets at Sampeng Lane 


    #48 Sampeng Lane, Hong Garment

    bkk thaviwat

    #89 Sampeng Lane, Bangkok Thaviwat

    At these two shops on Sampeng Lane, you can order tags for your clothing manufacturing. At Hong Garment, you can order woven tags. At Bangkok Thaviwat, you can order printed tags on satin polyester ribbon. That’s where we got our quilt labels long ago! They were printed on satin polyester ribbon and the minimum was 1000 labels for those because they were big. Smaller labels such as those that go into clothing, can be ordered with about 6000 labels at a minimum and the cost is around 8000 baht total. You can email your logo design in an ai file.

    The items pictured below are found at Hong Garment #48 Sampeng Lane. Clothing labels are available in black and white. The price is 120 baht per roll and provides 480 labels. The letters are woven into the ribbon. For example there is “100% cotton, Made in Thailand, Machine Wash Separately, Cold Water, Tumble Dry Low, Do Not Bleach” on one label as shown below, along with sizes from S to XL. They also have “Dry Clean Only” labels.


    Clothing labels on a roll, 120 baht

    If you would like a smaller quantity, consider using iron-on transfer sheets to make labels. An inkjet printer is all you need! Hong Garment #48 Sampeng Lane or their branch at Mega Plaza, 900 Mahachai Rd, used to be Merry King, open every day Mega Plaza Facebook


    HeatnBond EZ Print Iron On Transfer Sheets, 10 sheets for 350 baht, 8.5 x 11 inches, or 22 cm x 28 cm



    StitchnSew EZ Print Quilt Block sheets, for printing foundation blocks for paper piecing, and sewing over the paper, 20 sheets for 280 baht, 8.5 x 11 inches, or 22 cm x 28 cm



    HeatnBond EZ Print Lite, for fusing applique, 10 sheets for 280 baht, 8.5 x 11 inches, or 22 cm x 28 cm


    • John 12:56 pm on November 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill,

      I am looking for 8 to 10 meters of printed Poly Spandex/poly viscose, stretch lace/floral corsages and lace trim. I will be in Bangkok as of the 6th of November to the 13th of November. I am also interested in finding someone in Bangkok who would be interested in looking for fabric for me, do you have any suggestions? Please feel free to contact me at john@mazi.com.au


    • Ali 9:20 am on December 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill – I hope all is well! Do you know where I can have pillow covers made with specific measurements?




      • Jill C. 1:03 pm on December 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Just ask around for a local tailor. There are always local curtain makers in every neighborhood, and furniture repairmen, and people who will do pillow covers too. You have to ask locally.


    • annacroucherart 12:14 pm on November 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Jill, Thanks for all the information. I am a total beginner to quilting but would love to learn, I find it hard to follow videos on you tube. are there courses in Bangkok please? Thanks so much


    • Pearlyn 10:33 am on November 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill.

      May I know if sampeng lane and china world are open on weekend, particularly Sunday?


      • Jill C. 8:45 pm on November 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Sampeng Lane is open on Saturday and Sunday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, except for Chinese New Year in February and Songkran holiday in April. Some of the shops close early on Sunday at 2:30 pm. China World is open every day from 9:30 to 19:00 including Sat and Sunday.


    • Steve 8:28 pm on October 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, Nice site thanks for listing fabric outlets in BKK. But I’m desperate to find a place where I can buy off-the-rack business shirts. I only have one day in BKK on a visa run from Vietnam. Hope you can help. PS would’ve sent this to an emaill addy but couldn’t find one, so sorry for the cross post. 😉


      • Jill C. 9:18 pm on October 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        I don’t really know. Doesn’t Viet Nam have business shirts? I don’t know if you’re looking for cheap, expensive or wholesale. How about Central Dept store. There are many branches and they have good quality shirts.


        • Steve 9:50 pm on October 19, 2016 Permalink

          Not XXL. Only able to get tailor made and the tailor quality is sub par. If I had more than 1 day in BKK I would be tempted to go down that path ie tailor made. But my only option is to try and find a place that sells reasonable quality white business shirts off-the-rack. Thanks for the tip on Central – not heard of it before.In fact as I’ve never been to BKK shopping before it is a welcome start. And I’m just after half a dozen. BR Steve


    • Lisa Middleton 2:00 pm on September 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, can you tell me if there is anyone in Bangkok that will machine quilt smaller projects (baby quilts)? Thank you, Lisa


    • Cathie 3:38 am on September 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill: I am attempting to locate some quilting thread made in Thailand, called Shoppers Rule, Premium Select, Nanofiber in 3000 meter cones. Would you happen to be familiar with this or know of a supplier? In one of the links, I notice an upper shelf stocked with cones of thread, but can’t recall which link it was in. Thank you, Cathie


      • Jill C. 10:29 pm on September 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        That image is from a post I wrote about a local notions shop where I live north of Bangkok. They only have local thread Venus and Ten & Co. Ask where a sewing notions shop is around you. Then try the local thread. Otherwise we quilters bring our supplies from the US when we go home on vacation. https://bkkquilt.com/2010/10/22/sawadee/


    • Maria 8:32 pm on September 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, I have just moved to Bangkok and am looking for supplies for weaving: silk yarns, yarns with big texture and maybe even ribbons. Do you have any recommendations for where to look? I can make a special trip to China town if you know some really good places. I normally have my two toddlers with me so if you know of a place in town along the BTS that would be great too!


    • Radiah 10:52 am on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill, any idea if they do 100 pc woven label overnight or in anfew days? How much does it cost? Tia


      • Jill C. 8:03 pm on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        It takes 4 days to get the sample, then more time to get the order. It’s more expensive than the printed. I don’t know the price.


    • Sam 7:32 am on July 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill
      Great site
      Thanks for your generous info
      I was wondering what price I should be looking at for airfare
      Also do you have any knowledge concerning manufacturers and makers for lots of say 100 pieces


      • Samantha Stolhand 8:20 am on July 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Hi Jill Can I email you via this address



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  • Jill C. 7:31 pm on February 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Sampeng Lane for Quilting Cotton 

    • Patricia Moncur 3:41 am on April 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Visiting from Florida. Wanted to buy fabric in Bangkok; read over your blog. Obtained a lot of information. Thank you


    • lubaina ammar 2:27 pm on November 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      hi jill , how are you ? i ma interested bangkok cotton fabrics at a wholesale rate and also thailand laces .. can you get in touch with me ?


    • Anne 10:30 am on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, I pan on a day trip for fabric hunting in Bangkok. Would it be ok to go on a saturday? I will only be in Bangkok for a couple of days! Probably will hire a driver for the day so we could visit to most of the places in one go.


      • Jill C. 2:35 pm on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Yes the shops in Chinatown and Pahurat are open on Saturday and Sunday. Have fun!


    • Nibras 9:54 am on March 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill,
      Great blog. Thank for sharing.
      I need to buy single jersey printed. About 100 meters per colour or print.
      Where is the best place to go? Hoping to 1st of April. Would literally appreciate your advise! Thanks


      • Jill C. 12:03 pm on March 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        There is a market for cotton knits in Suksawat, Bangkok. I don’t know much about it, but it’s the place to go for tee shirt fabric.


        • Nibras 1:33 pm on March 26, 2017 Permalink

          Thanks for your response Jill. Could you also advice me where I can get good shirting? I would need about 100 meters each colour and in a few colours.

          Thanks a million


        • Anonymous 4:39 pm on March 31, 2017 Permalink

          Hello Jill C, I like to find out is there any online shop that do international shipping?


    • aijerome 12:31 pm on March 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, thanks for your amazing info.
      Is there an online shop for fabric and accessories for thailand?


    • Anna 4:01 am on September 25, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill,
      would you happen to know if there are any one-on-one beginner’s sewing lessons in Bangkok?

      Kind Regards,
      Anna 🙂


    • Gabriel 10:29 am on September 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill
      I will go Chiang Mai next week, any recommend quilt shop in there?


    • Radiah 10:49 am on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill, any idea which shop sells white embroidered cotton and/or white egyptian cotton? I plan to go to Sampeng in early Sep. Thank you in advance.


    • Renee 8:13 pm on July 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, thank you for information. I’m leaving for Bangkok in a few days. I would love todesign my own Kimono’s. Do you know a place where they also produce or customize kimono’s/ bathrobes?

      Thank you so much!

      Best, Renee


    • Rowena 3:10 pm on June 24, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill – great blog. Very informative. Can you recommend a shop in Bangkok for heavy jacquard upholstery fabric? Thanks…Rowena


    • Shambavi 12:53 pm on June 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Jill I live in Dubai and am visiting Bangkok soon. Would you advise I buy sewing machine trolley from there as it is very expensive here and not available in India. Thanks a ton for your other insights.


    • RAJA 3:09 pm on April 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill,
      Please may I ask… Where in Bangkok to find large fabric cutting matts? (for use with rotary blades)


    • miestaflet 6:56 am on April 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, we are moving to East Pattaya this Summer. I stumbled upon your site and it has given me hope to find sewing supplies and fabrics in Thailand 🙂 Are you only familiar with fabric shops in Bangkok? Is there a sewing community I could connect with?


      • Jill C. 9:58 am on April 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        The Pattaya International Ladies Club used to have a quilting group but people come and go so they may not have that now. Anyway it’s a good group to join and connect with. http://www.pilc-pattaya.com/


        • miestaflet 7:17 pm on April 30, 2016 Permalink

          Yes, definitely will join them. Thanks!


        • Laura 4:45 am on September 20, 2016 Permalink

          Hello Jill- I hope this isn’t off topic, but my daughter (19) is teaching in Saraburi and will be coming into Bangkok this weekend to fabric shop for school costumes – specifically lightweight Scottish looking plaid tartan for the Christmas International plays. Any chance you could point us in the right direction. I’m stuck stateside giving yardage/metorage advice


    • Abhiranjan Sharma 9:17 pm on April 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      hi sir
      I requirement for latest printed garment and printed fabric cutting 2 mtr flower,digital,geometric design so you have provided you don’t very I will pay your satisfied Money

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    • Mary 11:12 am on March 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi, does anyone looking at this site happen to know the names of the two shops across the street from terminal 21 mall at asok BTS? There is a nice fabric shop on that corner, and a small but decently stocked notions shop around the corner.


    • Anonymous 2:04 pm on March 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      By chance do you know any place that sells tweed fabric


    • Chris Calkins 5:19 am on February 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi, Jill,
      I’m a longarm quilter in St George, UT. One of my customers asked if I would continue to quilt for her if she mailed her quilts. Needless to say, that would be crazy expensive for her.
      I googled, thinking there might be quilters in Thailand – and here I am!
      Do you know of anyone with a quilting business I could refer my friend/customer to? Anywhere in theFar East would be closer then me! 🙂
      Thank you!
      PS: Great site! Wish I had a trip to Thailand coming up. Maybe I could deduct it as a business expense. 😉


      • Jill C. 11:24 am on February 27, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        There aren’t any machine quilting businesses in Thailand. That’s why we learned to machine quilt our own quilts here, out of necessity. If you’re interested in getting some hand quilting done, you can contact me through these comments. It would involve mailing your quilt to Rayong, Thailand, to Khun Tiew and Our Home quilters. Thanks!


        • Chris Calkins 10:52 pm on February 27, 2016 Permalink

          Thanks, Jill. I’ll pass this along to my friend as well as alert her to your site!


        • Hangminhhh 8:52 pm on November 9, 2018 Permalink

          Hi Jill,

          I am looking for some factories that can produce 2000-3000 quilts/day. We have already had designs and all the work that factories have to do is priting our designs into Quilts.
          Can you recommend me some factories that have large capacity and can offer us a competitive price?


    • wendylanghorne@gmail.com 3:17 pm on February 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Jill, thanks for the updated information. I went looking on our last visit to Bangkok, and was amazed at what is available at what prices, and just didn’t have room in my suitcase for any more. I found some wonderful bargains. I will be back later this year in September, and will be checking out some of these wonderful places. Quilting fabrics in Australia are so expensive, and these are a great find.

      Thanks again Wendy

      Sent from Windows Mail


    • pattayazeppetello 11:33 pm on February 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you

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