Tuesday, 30 November 2010

505 Spray - £4.16 per can!

On special offer during December - 12 cans of 505 Spray (250ml) for £50 , thats £4.16 per can. At this price you can sell it on E-Bay! Also 500ml cans for £7.95.

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Charmed Beginnings by Jo Baddeley

How to make 10 pretty quilts using Moda Charm Packs ( or any Charm Pack or your own 5" squares). With an easy to follow format this book advertises itself as being 'for beginners' but the quilts are so charming we can see it being popular even with very experienced quilters!
Already selling very quickly (probably for Christmas presents).

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

New bag interfacing from the USA - on special offer!

New from the USA : Peltex 70 - provides body to projects while remaining flexible. 36 " wide, it's washable and stitchable and 'identical to Timtex'.
As used by Amy Butler in her bag designs Peltex 70 is on offer in November for £4.95/yd.
You'll have to be quick though because we've got a long list of people waiting for bag interfacing at a 'reasonable' price.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Makower's new 'Jelly Roll fabric'

Taken from their new Black and White range - a unique new stripe fabric, a sort of printed Jelly Roll! Each stripe is 2.5 inches wide (Jelly Roll size). It offers an enormous range of creative possibilities - surely one of the most interesting fabrics of the Autumn!

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

New Antique Spots from John Louden

New from John Louden - 9 super colourways of small antique spot.
Although quite a simple fabric it is in our opinion one of the most attractive ranges we've had for several years and should make into beautiful quilts!

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Super new Noodles for autumn from Fabric Freedom

We've 6 new Noodles from Fabric Freedom. Each one 50 strips containing a total of nearly 3.5 yards of fabric. At £16 per roll there great value.

The 2 shown are: Reproduction Prints - antique reds, blues and beiges, very similar in feel to William Morris and Fire and Ice - from the popular Fire and Ice fabric range.

Monday, 9 August 2010

Summer Bonanza!

Genuine one-off stock clearance to make space for our new autumn/Christmas fabric and craft ranges. Large selection of fabric at £2/yard, Christmas stockings and panels at £2 plus books and cross-stitch kits all at £2. There's bargain prices on things like threads, craft bits, panels and fat-quarters plus allsorts of slight seconds, bulk buy offers and one-offs!
Dates: Thursday 12th August, Friday 13th August and Sunday 15th August plus Thursday 19th August, Friday 20th August and Sunday 22nd August. (Thursday & Friday's 10.00am to 3.30pm - Sunday's 8.30am to 1.00pm).
Our new autumn season starts Friday September 3rd - we are closed for the late August Bank Holiday Friday August 27th & Sunday August 29th.

Sunday, 8 August 2010

Teatime by Makower

Due early September Makower's new Teatime collection features cupcakes, teapots, spots, hearts and flowers - all with a very fashionable Kath Kidston feel.
Ideal for bags, home decor and small quilts this is certain to be very popular.
The stripe is especially attractive.

Sunday, 25 July 2010

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

One of our current thread offers

Madeira Furry Friends Presentation Pack
8 Lana Wool Threads and 8 Cotona Cotton Threads + needles + design CD
rrp £59.90 our price £19.75
This works out at less than £1.20 per cone!
Designed for creating furry wild animal emboidery but lots of other uses.
Just one of our many current thread offers

Thursday, 8 July 2010

2 of our new Advents for Christmas 2010

Makower's Jolly Snowman and Fabriquilt's Poinsettia Advent (by Judy Hansen of Paintbrush Studio) both available the week after the August Bank Holiday.
We've over 10 new advents due, ranging from fun & novelty to traditional red and green metallic.

Monday, 21 June 2010

New Jelly Roll book from Pam Lintott

Due late June - Pam's fourth Jelly Roll book features stylish small-scale projects using just half a Jelly Roll! You can make cot quilts, lap quilts and wall hangings from just over £10 of Moda Roll or £6 worth of Perfect Occasion Noodle Roll (5 projects from 2 rolls). Perfect for quick summer projects - it's sure to be very popular. RRP £14.99 our price - £10.49 (Price matched with Amazon)
To go with the book we're offering Two From One Scrap Bags - 20 assorted 2.5 inch strips of 'scrap' fabric for you to cut up at a really great summer bargain price.

Saturday, 29 May 2010


Don't miss our big Summer 25p CLEAROUT - there's card packs, Dress-it-Up button packs, threads, cushion panels, beads, paper craft, glue pads, embellishments, cross-stitch pattern books, aida etc etc ........... In our On-Line Shop Bargain Section we're doing packs of 50 assorted items for £10 ... only 20p per item!

Saturday, 15 May 2010

New Noodles from Fabric Freedom

New from Fabric Freedom: William Morris, Antique Archives and Coloured Dreams.
Each one has 50 strips 0f fabric totalling over 3.5 yards of fabric. At £16 per roll that makes the fabric only £4.50/yard - representing great value
These are selling quickly - so e-mail us us if you want one saving.

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Jolly Jungle quilt

This is the first view in public of the stunning quilt Makower have had made to showcase their new Jolly Jungle range -I've also put on the panel to show the true colours. The collection is now in stock.

Monday, 3 May 2010

Pink and Chocolate

Due early May: Hot for Chocolate by Blue Hill Fabrics - a celebration of the Pink and Chocolate fabrics popular in the 1870's. Created by renown quilt maker Betsy Chutchian these pretty antique prints are something very new for us and reflect the growth in interest in vintage fabrics inspired by the V&A's 'Quilt' exhibition.
Why did Pink and Chocolate become so popular?
Traditionally the colour Chocolate Brown was used by widows who had passed out of the stage of mourning when they could only wear black. Following the American Civil War this literally left hundreds of thousands of American woman wearing 'Mourning Brown', this was soon enlivened by the new Pinks and Reds spreading across the Atlantic from India via Europe.
Pink and Chocolate fabric very quickly spread around the Victorian world - one of the world's first global fashion trends!

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