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November 7, 2012
Experience the beauty of Princess Mirah’s exquisite hand-dyed batiks with these convenient precut “sushi” rolls. Each roll contains 24 different 100% cotton 2 1/2″ x 44″ strips.  Create your own Bali masterpiece in no time at all. Click on the images below to read more about them.  
UPDATE November 15, 2012: We received a message from Hillary Roberts saying that she has received inquiries from 25 states and Canada about sending relief quilts to New Jersey. The inquiries are coming from quilt guilds, quilt shops, and individuals. The need for warm quilts and blankets  is still very great, so if you can...
Princess Mirah has been bringing some of the best of Bali batik designed fabrics to us since 1981. Her exquisite fabrics have been featured everywhere  from New York fashion catwalks to the homes of discerning quiltmakers. All of Princess Mirah’s fabrics are handmade in Bali using authentic batik methods. Craftsmen use traditional copper stamps, wax,...
The Storm at Sea block, also known at one time as Rolling Stone, dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, and its popularity among quilters has never waned. This version, with its undulating flow of harmonious colors, feels more like kind and gentle waves than rough seas. Patches for this quilt can be...