She will showcase her baby kits containing items such as warm clothes, blankets and soap, to help protect vulnerable infants from cold nights and limited sanitation.
The fair runs from May 20 to 24 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Ms Strohmeier�s Materialise stand will exhibit the launch of her Liberty of London Fabric Autumn-Winter range, Synchronicity.
�We are really excited and we have got a lot of beautiful Liberty (products) to sell, and we will probably look quite different to the other shops because we have an exciting looking product,� she said.
�As far as quilt shops go, we are a little left of centre as we are more modern and contemporary.
�While a lot of shops do more traditional work, we do more modern quilts that cater towards the younger market.�
Ms Strohmeier said her Liberty range used fresh colours to make quilts look more vibrant.
�They are so different to other fabrics because they have so many colours and they all tend to work back to each other, and the quilts are so detailed and involved,� she said.
Ms Strohmeier will have three-year-old daughter Liberty Violet helping her at the stand.
To book tickets, visit www.craftfair.com.au/wp/Perth/tickets.