I’d really like to welcome Black Sheep Wools as my new blog sponsor. If you are a knitter, crocheter or stitcher you will already know Black Sheep Wools as a fantastic place to go for yarn, threads, patterns, hooks, needles, cross stitch supplies and more. If you can drag yourself away from all that gorgeous fluff and stitchy goodness, the great news is that they’ve recently started stocking fabric too, so it’s definitely somewhere to bookmark to your list of great fabric shops. They stock fabrics by lots of favourites, including Denyse Schmidt, Nel Whatmore, Tim Holtz and Tina Givens. Amongst my favourites, they have loads of lovely Kaffe Fassett:
And from the epically on-trend Tula Pink:
If batiks are your thing, they have a lovely range from Sew Simple and a really useful range of good value solids from Sew Simple too. Postage is a flat rate of just £2.50 with free delivery on orders over £25, which is just excellent value. Speaking of value, they also have regular offers, and lots of things going on (including fantastic workshops at their Craft Barn near Culcheth in Lancashire, and a great café too!), so it is definitely worth following them on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter, so you can stay up to date with all that’s going on.
Black Sheep Wools have great plans for their fabric, haberdashery and notions range going forward, so I’m so excited to be working with them, and am especially excited that they’ve commissioned me to design some exclusive patterns for them later in the year. I’ll keep you posted on those! Thanks to all at Black Sheep Wools (they’re such lovely people) for sponsoring me here on Very Berry – it’s hugely appreciated.