To coincide with the opening of the brand new shop a couple of weeks ago, we decide that it was about time we started rewarding all our lovely customers for sticking with us and choosing to buy our gorgeous fabrics and crafts, so this week we humbly present to you our very own loyalty card.
Healthier than handing out chocolates and much more satisfying than having us simply say nice things about your purchases, the loyalty card is the perfect reward for all your time and effort spent choosing and matching fabrics. Every time you spend £10.00 on materials or haberdashery with us, we’ll give you a stamp on the card, and then when your card is full, we’ll give you a five pound voucher to spend with us on your next shopping trip. Good eh?
We’ve handed out loads of cards to customers in the past couple of weeks, but we haven’t given out any vouchers yet, so you could be the first! We’ve had so many lovely compliments from everyone since we opened, we’re desperate to return the favour and show you how grateful we are for your loyal custom. So don’t be surprised if we give you a spontaneous round of applause when you hand over a completed card.
So what can we tempt you into the shop with to start earning stamps on your loyalty card? We’ve had quite a few lovely deliveries since we moved, including these simple but beautiful polka dots which now come in loads more colours than we’d had before. Amazingly versatile, these spotty prints work fabulously for quilting, patchwork, on clothing for children and grownups – retro circle skirts and dinky pjyamas are just the tip of the iceberg for these dots.
We’ve also got out hands on some gorgeous bird and leaf designs from Makower – available in pale grey, muted green and soft pink, these line drawing style prints. Cushions, curtains and baby bedding is what they make us think of.
More autumnal patterns are starting to creep in now (we know! it’s still the summer holidays!) and we can’t help cooing over this gorgeous woodland collection, featuring stag silhouettes, and line drawings of bagders, rabbits and foxes. Perfectly coordinated to make an autumn themed, nature inspired quilt or throw for the sofa, we also feel like those stags are just crying out to be turned into a pair of crisp cotton traditional pyjamas.
And if you’re still stuck for inspiration, check out our brand new classes list, which has loads of classes and workshops all the way up to December.