Weekly Fabric News

Focus on Dragonfly Fabrics

I’m adding  a new shop to the Big List today – a big welcome to Dragonfly fabrics.

Dragonfly Fabrics logo

As you can see from the logo, dressmaking fabrics are the main focus, so this is a great place to go for jersey, linen and corduroy as well as cottons. You can browse by season (great if you are looking for dressmaking fabrics), by colour, by type of fabric (always useful) and by designer. The main brands stocked at the moment are Hilco, Westfalenstoffe, Tilda  and there are also lots of beautiful bio-linens, amongst all the other goodies. Another nice touch is that you can order fabric samples before you buy. Payment is via Paypal (you don’t need a Paypal account to use this) and the standard price for First Class delivery is £3. They have a brand new blog and a Facebook page too.


Other News

After a long wait, Lu Summer’s Summersville has arrived almost everywhere (M is for Make, Seamstar, Sew Me Happy, Celtic Fusion Fabrics, Eclectic Maker, Ray Stitch amongst others), so I guess it’s just a question of going to your favourite shop to stock up on it, it’s bound to by flying off the shelves. But, if you CAN wait, I hear that Seamstar are going to be having a Summersville giveaway really soon – it make sense to sign up for their newsletter so you don’t miss it.


The M is for Make limited edition bundle is looking good, as ever. There’s 10% off this collection sweet squirrely fabrics  and it’s available until 8am on Wednesday 23rd May. Limited edition bundle from M is for Make

M is for Make is also now stocking a selection of Kona solids.


Over at Quilt Me Happy there’s a rather wonderful 20% off Parson Gray’s Curious Nature. Look at all the lovely possibilities:


Sorry it’s so short today! It’s been a long day and I have to go and sort the wreckage in the wreckage in the kitchen before I can have my supper… And watch the final parts of The Bridge of course. Enjoy your Sunday evening!


4 thoughts on “Weekly Fabric News

  1. Oh Dragonfly looks great! Love that Madre de Dios fabric (and the dress they have made up) in Women`s spring/summer fabrics. I always enjoyy our round up Ali – hope the kitchen hasn`t defeated you and you have had some rest.

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