Friday, 5 September 2014

Sponsor News

Fat Quarter Shop have made some big changes to their shipping rates so that quilters around the world can now shop happier.  Below are their new LOW shipping rates and they still offer UPS express options for super pronto orders. As always, orders will be shipped as fast as they can, which typically means the same day. If you want more details, check out our shipping information page.

Orders below $80 will be $4.95 
Orders below $10 can ship for $1.95

 Orders $100 to $200 will be $40
Orders below $100 will be $20
Orders below $20 can ship for $9

Orders over $100 will be $40
Orders below $100 will be $24
Orders below $20 can ship for $12

Sew Me A Song are celebrating National Sewing Month by taking $10.00 off your purchase of $50 or more.  Enter coupon code SEWSEPT at checkout.  Offer good through September 8th.  This week I'm loving this newsprint bundle Becca has in stock.

Shabby Fabrics is turning 9, and they’re having a HUGE birthday party this year.  They have over $300 of giveaways planned on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter and their blog.  Curious to know how they got to this point?  Watch their new YouTube video!  You can read all the details of their birthday celebration and giveaways in their latest blog post. For their birthday they want to give back to their customers, so they've launched a brand-new Birthday Club.  Sign up for free and get a 20% off everything coupon on your birthday!


Contemporary Cloth's new category - Low Volume + Neutral + Gray Fabrics - continues to grow...

 ... and new Michael Miller Fabrics in bold colors and abstract designs have been added to the shop too.

Southern Fabric have Trendsetter from Fancy Pants Designs new in stock.  Vintage patterns combined with modern designs, quirky geometric shapes and classy antique prints in navy blue, coral and mint. 


  1. Lots of good stuff here, especially the FQS postage rate. I saw normal quilting fabric at £16.50 per yard in the UK recently :o)

  2. I have enjoyed looking through your blog posts recently - lovely bright colours and lots of inspiration. I have done some patchwork and I am leading a village project of an embroidered star quilt to be used as an altar frontal in church, but embroidery is my first love. If you have time do drop in on


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