Lots of pretty from Westwood Acres

Are you familiar with online fabric shop, Westwood Acres? This unique online fabric shop specializes in selling pre-selected fabric bundles exclusive to Westwood Acres. Sometimes fabric companies sell pre-made fat quarter bundles, but not all companies.

Amanda, owner of Westwood Acres, specializes in creating fat eighth, fat quarter, and half yard bundles from collections where those types of bundles are not commercially available.

Westwood Acres also specializes in pulling beautifully curated custom bundles as well as monthly subscription clubs that feature some of these custom bundles.

One of their most popular clubs is called Inside Voices. This is a great club for building a stash of low volume prints that can be used as backgrounds or main prints in a variety of projects – especially perfect when you want a scrappy selection in your quilt.

Each month the club delivers 10 custom-selected Fat Quarters to your door. I love receiving Westwood Acre’s bundles in my mailbox and always can’t wait to see what they include.

The bundles include a variety of text prints as well as florals. There is no long term commitment for this club. You can subscribe as long or as short as you (or your stash) likes.

Another monthly club unique to Westwood Acres is their Monthly Mini club. Each month you receive unique mini patterns and blocks + enough fabric to make a mini quilt. You can see some previous samples here.

This pincushion is made with pretty Liberty prints from the Liberty Tana Lawn Club. This is a great way to build up a Liberty stash a few pieces at a time.

Westwood Acres frequently has great deals and specials. The best way to keep up to date on their latest arrival or hottest sale is to subscribe to their newsletter. And, as a thank you for joining their newsletter, Westwood Acres has a free pattern for this cute pincushion!

Amanda also writes a beautiful blog where she shares her latest creations and quilt-alongs for beautiful projects including this quick and easy baby quilt tutorial. Check her out at A Crafty Fox.

I’m grateful to have Westwood Acres as a sponsor of this blog. Thanks so much to you all for your support of these sponsors (I know it’s rough work ? ) that make it possible for me to keep up this space. Running a fabric shop (and keeping us supplied in our habits) is not as glamorous as it always looks. I know these shops work hard behind the scenes to make all of these pretty fabrics available to us!

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  • Reply
    Robby H.
    July 8, 2017 at 6:52 pm

    I’ve only used Westwood Fabrics a couple of times, but the service has been terrific. Thanks for the reminder about them. I wonder if Santa might bring me a Liberty Club membership this year? He would be mighty excited about no going to the mall.

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    July 9, 2017 at 7:22 am

    Westwood Acres is a very very nice shop and offers a lot of incredible inspiration.
    I am tempted to join one of their clubs, for example the small quilt club. I like that challenge.
    Thank you Amy for sharing this quilt shop

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    July 9, 2017 at 8:41 am

    I am new to quilting and was looking around to find a variety of low volume/white fabric to build my stash. Thank you for the info!!

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    July 9, 2017 at 11:56 am

    I’m familiar with Westwood Acres and have ordered from them a couple times. Each time I have received my bundle quickly. Great company with decent prices and a great selection.

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    Hedy Hahn
    July 9, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    I’ve bought from them and the fabric is great, too great as I overspent!!

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