Friday, 12 December 2014

December at Eternal Maker: Sale this weekend!

Starting off this month's final sponsor visit with a weekend sale at Eternal Maker- 10% starting today, online only and running until Sunday.


Lots of new fabric has arrived and been uploaded to the website this week so what a great time to have a sale.  Starting with Tula Pink's newest line, Bumble.  This collection is apparently super soft.  Read Deborah of Whip-Stitch.com description here.  The words 'peached poplin' never sounded so good!  This is Forest Stripe in Sorbet.


and this is Bumble Bee in Jade (find the other prints here).



Bumble is available on pre-order, due late December and the sale discount still applies!

I have mentioned Doe by Carolyn Friedlander many times since it was released and UK stores were lucky enough to get the early deliveries but I am happy to mention if again.  It is a great range of blenders and basics with an edge.  Superb colours and a great addition to a project.  I have been using this print for the centre of a star pillow and it has a lovely glow,  Weave in Yarrow.


And if you fancy a little bit of each print, the Doe charm pack fits the job nicely!


Eternal Maker does cute and kawaii fabrics better than any other UK store (in my humble opinion) and Josephine Kimberly's new Red Riding Hood range is the perfect addition to their fairytale themed stock!  Its a rich, vibrant folkloric  range with a choice of dark/light and coloured backgrounds.  I know many of you will enjoy the cuteness overload in this print.


I think the Granny Squares print (shown in the white colour way) would make a wonderful backing and lining fabric- imagine this inside a shoulder bag!  The grid layout makes it easy to quilt too.


As for this beautiful Ribbon Bloom print, I am swooning at this one with its European style florals.  A great fabric range!   Go and investigate the other Red Riding Hood prints, you won't be disappointed!


For the dressmakers amongst you, there have been some new additions to the knit fabrics,  starting with these beautiful Charlie Harper prints from Birch fabrics, interlock jersey- Upside Down:




These prints, as with Birch fabrics previous knit fabrics, these 115cm width rather than the wider140/150cm width of many jersey fabrics so watch out if you are buying for a specific pattern.
If you are after a classic print, how about this Japanese Kiyohara navy striped cotton jersey?

Also available in red and olive colour ways- watch out for the width of this fabric, looks like it's only 90cm wide (a little wider than Nani Iro jersey)  
Let's end with something for Christmas, its hard to resist this silhouette style laser cut ribbon, in a range of five colours



Enjoy your browse and your discount!  Prices have already been calculated for you.
Happy weekend x

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