I am absolutely delighted to share my news with you that my blog is now sponsored by the following fantastic UK online fabric stores.
I am extremely honoured and proud that these wonderful shops view my blog as worthy enough to sponsor and so if you don't know them already please do click on the links on the right and peruse their wonderful collections.
Each one is very different from the next with what they offer and I will be telling you about all of them over the next few day.
Let me introduce the first one to you today and those of you that are regular readers of my blog will find it a very familiar name.
M is for Make is run by the lovely Kate who handpicks the most wonderful collection of fabrics from all over the world. Kate is based in Brighton and M is for Make is the result of a lifelong love of pretty fabrics and sewing.
Kate supplements her lovely collection of fabrics with the best collection of beautiful Japanese sewing books and fantastic sewing patterns. I have several of the Japanese sewing books and even though I don't understand a word of them, the photographs alone are enough to entice me into thinking one day I may be able to make something from them.
You may remember Kate generously offering me a selection of fabrics - any selection I wanted - to make a quilt for Siblings Together. A couple of the fabrics I had chosen hadn't yet been released and coincidentally coinciding with the launch of my sponsors they arrived this week. I have a feeling that the Denyse Schmidt on the top is not going to hang around for long.
The partnership with my sponsors is going to bring lots of exciting news, giveaways and other opportunities for you, so please stick around as I announce each in turn.
hooray! So exciting and well deserved!
Congratulations Karen! I look forward to seeing where you go from here :)
More lovely fabrics then! Good for you!
Oh how lovely! I love this fabric so much. I didn't know you had made a call for sponsors Karen... once I get my shop stocked again I'll sponsor you too! :) Kx
Wow,all very exciting, love those fabrics, am also sewing with FMF at the moment - love it!!
Well done you. Great news.
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