The Cotton Patch Shop
If you are close enough to visit please come and see us! You can browse our patchwork fabrics, the latest quilting magazines and examine those essential notions. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to help you if you need advice and guidance on purchasing patchwork and quilting supplies. If you would like a demonstration of our quilting frames or hoops then please contact us.
Our Contact details:
The Cotton Patch
1283-1285 Stratford Road
Hall Green, Birmingham
Phone: 0121 702 2840
Fax: 0121 778 5924
Vat No: 558 8781 74
Company Registration No: 2145090
You can find more information about the Cotton Patch shop on our sister website at www.cottonpatch.net
The Cotton Patch is a family run patchwork and quilting shop which was started in 1990. The shop is situated in Hall Green, Birmingham and expanded in 1999 to include the shop next door. There are now over twenty full-time and part-time staff in the shop.
The feel that we have tried to create for the shop is of an Aladdin's Cave dedicated to patchwork and quilting. That means that not only are there beautiful fabric ranges on display but all the notions, gadgets, haberdashery and aids that make up the patchwork and quilting hobby are also available. There are books which inspire initial creation through to hangers allowing you to display your finished quilts.
Patchwork and Quilting Fabrics
The heart of a patchwork and quilting shop is its fabric collection and we have over 2500 fabric bolts on display in our shop or on our website. There are fabrics from most major manufacturers such as Benartex, Daiwabo, Fabric Freedom, Makower, Moda, Quilt Gate, RJR, Robert Kaufman, Stof and Rowan (including the widest selection of Kaffe Fassett fabrics in the UK).
As well as being able to purchase off the bolt we also stock a wide selection of pre-cut fabric packs including charm packs, strip (jelly) rolls, fat quarter packs and fabric packs for quilt kits.
The Cotton Patch shop is ably served by a dedicated and hardworking workforce. Our staff are patchwork and quilters themselves and can help with insight and advice from picking fabrics to explaining the function of the latest notions.