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  • Jill C. 2:09 pm on August 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: heirloom piece, Our Home, Quilt,   

    “Our Home” Quilting in Thailand 

    Khun Tiew shows us a quilt made for a customer in Singapore!

    pineapple quilt

    This Pineapple Quilt is made with all solid color 100% cotton fabric.

    “Our Home” provides expert quilting services in Thailand. We can

    • make a quilt to your specifications
    • finish a project for you at any stage
    • repair and restore antique quilts
    • hand quilt a quilt top to make it an heirloom piece

    Khun Tiew supervises and teaches quilting to young women, some having small children. Our Home takes in young women from different backgrounds that need a helping hand and a fresh start. Tiew and her husband provide a home, and the young women acquire an artistic skill and income… from quilting!
    bkkquilt@wordpress.leemail.me

    donate $5

     
    • Martha Sumi 10:23 pm on August 27, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Jill, Thank you for the update on “Our Home”. I am planning a trip to Thailand in January, and wonder if I could visit “Our Home”. Thank You.
      Martha Sumi

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  • Jill C. 8:35 pm on June 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Shopping for quilt fabric at Sampeng Lane, Chinatown, Bangkok 

    Sampeng Lane has quilt fabric in lots of styles and colors. Here is a sampling of the shops that sell 100% cotton.

     
    • Karin de Jongh 7:50 pm on April 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I foud more quilting fabric in Chiang Mai than in Sampeng lane. Was I just at the wrong places in sampeng? Used Nancy Chandlers map. Lots of places not there anymore.

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  • Jill C. 5:35 pm on June 2, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Mosaic Felt Bag Workshop by Noriko Nozawa in Bangkok 

    saha group trade fairIf you’re in Bangkok from June 30th – July 3rd, 2011 then I recommend a shopping day at The 15th Saha Group Fair “Saha Wonderful WORLD”, a MEGA exhibition showcasing the Group’s latest collections of top-quality export products ranging from garments and textiles to leather, footwear, food, and household products at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center from 10:00 to 22:00 every day. Saha Group’s consumer products will be presented at over 850 booths offering over 1,000 items, all at special prices. Brands include Lacoste, Arrow, Elle, Guy Laroche, Wacoal, Itokin, Mizuno, Naturalizer and many more. See a fashion show of up and coming clothing designers at the Bangkok Young Designer Awards. See a quilt exhibit, including one of my quilts and two of Marjolein’s, at the Janome booth and shop for quilt fabric and accessories from Japan!

    NorikoWhile there, take a quilt class! Learn mosaic patchwork with Noriko Nozawa. Noriko has been teaching in Spain, Belgium and recently was here in Bangkok in March. She has been quilting for over 11 years. bagsThis class is for anyone who is interested in quilting and can use a sewing machine. The class is 3 hours long and you will finish the project within that time. Cost is 2450 baht. You will make a sewing bag and learn these five techniques:

    • how to arrange a mosaic pattern
    • sew with variegated thread
    • appliqué with invisible thread
    • make your own label
    • and learn a neat new technique for appliqué

    Choose a class time

    • Saturday July 2, 14:00 to 17:30
    • Sunday July 3, 10:00 to 13:30
    • Sunday July 3, 14:00 to 17:30.

    Location: at the Saha Group Trade Fair at Queen Sirikit Convention Center.

    Please sign up by contacting one of the sponsors:

    Janome 90 years 1921 – 2011

     
  • Jill C. 9:52 am on April 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: contest, , japan, Quilt, ,   

    Janome Quilt Contest in Thailand 

    quilt contest

    Open to everyone! Enter and you could win cash, prizes, a Janome sewing machine, or the grand prize: 6 days 3 nights in Yokohama sponsored by “K” Line Travel. Total value of prizes over 500,000 baht.

    Janome 90 years 1921 – 2011

    Create a quilt and show support for Japan after the earthquake

    • the theme is “Japanese quilt” and you can show this by fabric, quilting or any idea you have
    • finished size up to 100 x 100 cm including borders
    • you have up until 15 June 2011 to submit your quilt to Wien Co. (Janome) or Sewing Lovers Club shops
    • tel. Wien Co. (Janome) 02 689 8520 x 244

    The quilts will be part of a traveling exhibit in Thailand to help Japan after the earthquake.

    Grand Prize
    10,000 baht cash, Janome OMMC 11000 sewing machine retail price 250,000 baht and
    package tour to International Quilt Week Yokohama in Japan 3 nights 6 days valued at over 50,000 baht

    2nd Prize
    10,000 baht cash and Janome OMMC 4900 sewing machine valued at 49,000 baht

    3rd Prize
    10,000 baht cash and Janome sewing machine valued at 27,000 baht

    Honorable mention: Janome OMJ 1012 retail value 8,900 baht

    Student prize: Janome sewing machine OMMC 3160 retail value 29,000 baht

    Winner will be announced on June 30, 2011 at the Saha Group Trade Fair at Queen Sirikit Convention Center

    Sponsored by Janome, Sewing Lovers Club, and “K” Line Travel

     
  • Jill C. 10:55 am on December 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cheap, , Quilt, sukin,   

    Wholesale fabric at China World, Pahurat, Bangkok 

    Amazing fabric deals at China World! Enter on the ground floor and head up the escalator to Floor 1, on the left is a shop called Sukin. High quality quilt fabric at wholesale prices! Worth a look.

     
    • Donna 5:07 pm on February 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hello –
      Can you advise, if you could go to only one place for QUILTING fabric, where would you go?
      thank you very much…
      Donna

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      • Jill C. 5:27 pm on February 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        I would go to Kimono House, it’s around the corner from China World in Pahurat. On Google maps you can find it if you search “Kimono House, Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok.” Or if you don’t want to go to Pahurat/Chinatown, but stay downtown, Fabric House at Central World, 2nd Floor.

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        • Anonymous 7:03 pm on February 6, 2018 Permalink

          Thank you so much Jill.
          I noticed Kimono House in other web posts but location was 2nd floor China World. Different store ? They moved?
          Thanks so much for your help. If ever in Chicago let me know!
          Donna

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        • Jill C. 1:19 pm on February 7, 2018 Permalink

          They moved!

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        • Donna 8:45 pm on February 8, 2018 Permalink

          i Jill. Wanted to express my gratitude for providing this information. I found Kimono Shop and all I can say is OMG. It is diagonally across the street from a Huge Starbucks. IF I didn’t need to get back to work, I’d have done more damage to my wallet.
          15 meters of 5 different beautiful fabrics patterns for a grand total of $47.00 USD. All brand names. Unbelievable.

          Worst part was getting a taxi when I came out. Settled for a Tuk Tuk figuring that if there was an accident, I’d die happy.
          Thanks again!!!!

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    • Aubs 11:14 am on October 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hi jill is there also fashion clothings at china world aside from fabrics?

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      • Jill C. 7:47 pm on October 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Not wholesale clothing. There are a few retail racks of clothing along the open areas of the mall. For wholesale fashion clothing people go to Bo Bae, or Pratunam area.

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    • Xindy 4:55 pm on May 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi do u know if they make the clothes there? Like manufacture clothes order?

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      • Jill C. 6:33 pm on May 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        No they don’t. You have to go to individual factories and discuss the patterns you want made, and get a quote. For example there is a factory in Rangsit, north of Bangkok.

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    • Anonymous 5:38 am on April 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Jill do they provide any courier service if we want to send back home. I mean the shop owner.

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      • Jill C. 11:32 am on April 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        No they don’t. There is a shipping service “Corner Post” on Ratchawong Rd. You can go there first and talk to them. They speak English. Then at the fabric shop, tell them to send the items over to Corner Post. Then I guess you have to go back to Corner Post and pay and have it shipped. The fabric shops will send to any shipping service you decide on. But you have to arrange it, not them. https://bkkquilt.com/2010/09/15/corner-post/

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    • Roxy 11:55 am on September 22, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      hi, id like to ask if they have a website where I can order online since I probably wont be able to visit their store in thailand. btw, im from Philippines. Thank you for the reply

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    • Elaine Yap 1:34 pm on September 22, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Hi. Wondering if China World shops accept credit cards ? Do they do vat refunds? Please advise. Thanks

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      • Jill C. 7:57 pm on October 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Some shops accept credit cards, others don’t. There is no VAT, no refunds.

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    • Nik 11:37 pm on July 31, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Hi there,

      Wondering if by chance you knew if this mall was open on Mondays? I’m sourcing for fabric a work-trip and heard that things may be shut in Monday.

      Thanks in advance!

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