Weekly UK fabric news

Kate has been really busy, and there is now a GORGEOUS array of bundles in stock over at M is for Make. Lynne at Lily’s Quilts is holding a giveaway sponsored by M is for Make and the winner gets to choose one for themselves – why not pop round and try your luck? My favourite has got to be Feathers – fingers crossed I win!

Feathers bundle at M is for Make

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If you are fan of Tilda fabrics, then you will love these fab new 5″ strip rolls from The Quilt Room. You get 20 5″ strips cut across the width of a fabric bolt, so it’s a great way of getting a very usable quantity of a wide variety of prints. Here’s the pink and red version:

Tilda pink and red strip roll at The Quilt Room

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Very Berry readers have a special 10% off coupon code (just for us!) at Trixie Lixie. You just need to enter VERY10 at the checkout to get your discount. This offer is valid until Oct 31. If you’re after stocking fillers, the discount makes these cute little sewing kits rather a bargain:

Sass and Belle DIY cat kit at Trixie Lixie

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There’s a flash sale on at Saints and Pinners until midnight on Sunday. There’s 20% off everything!

Saints and Pinners flash sale

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Justine is spoiling us with loads of offers as she gets into the swing of things at Simply Solids, and this week is no exception. This week (until the 19th) you can get 20% off bundles of scrumptious shot cottons from Kaffe Fassett – you just need the code Bundle at checkout. These bundles are strictly limited edition, and they seem to be selling fast, so pop round straight away to get the best choice!

Kaffe Fassett Shot cotton bundle at Simply Solids

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Funky Kitsch are having a sale on their Michael Miller fabrics, with up to 25% off. It’s a small but perfectly formed collection of kitsch fabrics, as you would expect! This one is just £4.55 per half metre:

Wooden horse fabric at Funky Kitsch Fabrics

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There are masses of gorgeous new Christmas fabrics arriving in stores now! I particularly like Wrenly Christmas by Valori Wells available at Ray Stitch:

Wrenly Christmas at Ray Stitch

And Blitzen by Basic Gray for Moda at Patchwork Corner:

Blizten by Basic Grey for Moda at Patchwork Corner

Gnome for the Holidays from Michael Miller, available at Frumble:

Gnome for the Holidays from Michael Miller at Frumble

Laurie Wisbrun’s BRR! at Celtic Fusion Fabrics:

Laurie Wisbrun's BRR! at Celtic Fusion Fabrics

And these cute Jingle Penguins by Anne Kelle for Robert Kaufman at Eternal Maker:

Jingle Penguins by Anne Kelle for Robert Kaufman at Eternal Maker

A lot of these are available at other fabric shops too, so do check out the Christmas section at your favourite shop to see what goodies they have in store…

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Thanks to everyone who has liked my Very Berry Fabrics page on Facebook and helped me push past that 300 barrier! I promised a Liberty print giveaway, and there will be one later in the week, so keep an eye out..

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5 responses to “Weekly UK fabric news

  1. I agree I love feathers too, great complimentary colours there as well!

  2. Deborah Garretty

    Thanks for these amazing fabric round-ups you do for us, they are really tempting and allow us to see what’s around.

  3. I love the Wrenly fabrics, my husband has bought me some for my birthday but he’s being mean and making we wait until my actual birthday (Halloween) before I can see them. Can’t wait!

    • Hi Fi – they are gorgeous aren’t they. Valori Wells is one of my favourite designers – and the Christmasssy fabrics are beautiful without being overly festive. Lucky you, but fancy having to wait all that time.

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