January Scrap Sale


January is a traditional time for sales and this year we’ve got a record number of fabrics on our post Christmas sale rail, ranging from festive prints to fabulous funky designs, all at just £8.00 a metre. But now we’ve also decided to have a bit of a clear out and we’re selling off a huge range of our contemporary prints in a week long scrap sale!


Given how much sewing gets done in the shop, it should come as no surprise that we have a vast stack of off cuts and scrap pieces from some of our loveliest prints, just sitting in a basket and waiting to be used at some point. So instead of making a million pencil cases we’ve decided to give you, our favourite fabric buying members of public, the chance to get your hands on some seriously good bargains.


Now some of you maybe thinking of scraps as tiny, fiddly bits of fabric that you can’t do much with, but this is very much not the case; the average size of the scraps in our Scrap Sale are around 25/30cm square meaning you can make very good use of these pieces for small projects like purses, makeup bags, toys, dolls’ blankets and hanging decorations. Patchworkers will also be able to make good use of these for hexies, quilts, and making up larger pieces for bags and various other projects.


All the large pieces in the sale are 10 for £5.00, and for those that are interested in the smaller scraps, they are 10 for £1.00 just for this week. Sale fabrics off the bolt are £8.00 per metre, and sale fat quarters are £2.00 each.

The Scrap Sale takes place from 10am Saturday 14th January to 5pm Saturday 21st January 2017.


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