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Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Fabrics and Scraps

The Thea & Sami fabric scrap packs have been popular so I have added new packs here.

There are so many things you can do with fabric scraps and this adorable fabric bowl is one great example. You will also need a clothes line for this. The tutorial is available from Craft Stylish.

For more creative ideas on using up fabric scraps, visit Crafting a Green World here and here.


New in store are the Eco-Fabric Packs. These are mixed packs of printed organic and sustainable fabrics containing larger pieces than the scrap packs. Some of the one-of-a-kind fabric mixes include discontinued prints so be quick to get your choices.

Please note, that once the item is sold, the system will not allow you to purchase it. I will be adding new packs as required and as time permits so please be patient as I'm a one-woman operation right now
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Have you heard about Sew It Together? It is an event to be held in Melbourne for the first time on May 14-15, 2010 that will bring together sewing and craft bloggers from around Australia for the first time in a purely social setting. As I will be in Melbourne for the Stitches and Craft Show (May 5-9), I thought I would stay longer to participate. We are one of the proud sponsors of the crafting session on the Saturday. Each participant will receive a special gift from Thea & Sami. It's a secret at this stage as I haven't even designed it yet but it will be craft-related.

Speaking of crafting, we are introducing new Craft Kits this year and I hope to have new products ready by February.

Just a reminder that The Fashion Sale is on-going too and I have been adding new items as others sell out. Please be keep checking for updates.

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8 comments:

Exquisite Accessories said...

Sounds exciting Thea, good luck with it all, I shall take a peek at the site for scrap fabric idears I have loads at the moment so will be good to find something new to do. :)

Duchess of Tea said...

Darling good luck with your 2010 projects. I hope 2010 turns out to be the best year of your life, followed by many more.

Love & Hugs
Duchess

Wilma said...

Hi Thea
In my last post (www.empressu.blogspot.com), I have used fabric scraps to create little Christmas tree brooches, with a link to the blog with the original idea. Just another idea for those who purchase your fabric packs.
Happy New Year,
Wilma

Thea said...

Thanks for that Wilma. For readers that want to check it out, the correct blog address is http://www.empresswu.blogspot.com/(typo in previous comment).

Together We Save said...

Beautiful pieces... I realy wish Iwas crafty.

Pesky Cat Designs said...

These fabric scrap packs are fantastic. All of your gorgeous textiles in a little bundle. :)

Lyssy May said...

Hi Thea, just wanted to publicly thank you for my order that just arrived - the fabric pack is already inspiring some ideas plus the tunic is a perfect fit - I feel very lucky to nab one on your sale! x

sewtakeahike said...

I just took a look at your fabrics Thea and love them!!! The spoon kitchen fabric is fabulous!

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