As a thank you to everyone that has taken the time to pop in and say hi and visit I'm having a couple of giveaways - the first one is for UK and Europe folks only (don't ye fret, oh overseas friends - your giveaway will be coming later this week).
This giveaway is a gorgeous bundle of organic yum from Cloud 9 fabrics. I think I mention a lot how much I love these ladies, and everything they do. They have the organics market nailed - perfect mix of prints and colours and fabrics that are different enough to be striking without being so different that you think what the ? You know what I mean, don't you? Heck, I'm going to scrap that - it's not just the organics market they have nailed, it's the whole fabric design industry - they have such a great selection of amazing designers, so many amazing collections, the cloth they print on is really lovely, the fabrics wash so great, they're a pleasure to sew with. These 2 ladies, and let's be frank - they are just 2 ladies, not a whole massive company of hundreds of staff, just 2 girls with a whole lot of passion and the perfect blend of business acumen and design eye.
I said it after quilt market that I am totally not into nautical, but seven seas is drop down dead awesome. I'm not a fan of chevrons, but I want the chevrons (and everything else) in simpatico and I'm even doing that grabby hand thing that's so unattractive. Gimme gimme gimme that fabric.
Annie at the Village Haberdashery has offered up a fat quarter bundle of simpatico for one lucky winner. You will LOVE it. I swear you will, and if you don't then I'm sorry, we can't be friends anymore because you're clearly deranged. You can also read this lovely interview with Michelle and Gina of Cloud 9 on the Daily Stitch, the Village Haberdashery's blog with peeks of what's to come over the next year from Cloud 9 (too much good stuff, far too much, it's almost wrong how many fantastic lines are coming from those girls).
If you haven't visited Annie's store before, then you are in for a treat. It's beautiful. Annie is another one with a great business brain and an eye for putting fabric collections together that work beautifully. The shop is only small, but every single item is perfectly considered and chosen because it's the right fit for the shop. You can tell how hard Annie worked on getting the village haberdashery just right, from the website design to the products for sale. That girl done good.
- Rules are -
- Leave a comment on this post for one entry
- Sign up for the Village Haberdashery newsletter (then leave me a comment saying you have) for a second entry
- Like the Village Haberdashery on Facebook (then come right on back here and tell me) for a third entry
- Do a little dance for a fourth entry (Ok, I made that up)
GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!