Saturday, 26 May 2018

Favourite Four - Top picks and bargains from Eternal Maker and Plush Addict

It's a long holiday weekend in the UK and there are some offers on for the next couple of days so it's very timely for my sponsor choices for this month.  Here's my favourite four from Eternal Maker and Plush Addict.

Eternal Maker is offering 10% discount online with BANKHOLIDAY10 code at checkout.
  1. Cloud 9 Tinted Denims 155cm/62" wide. Pastel ice cream denim twill, organic cotton and a perfect match for Two Stitches Children's  Frankie Dungarees pattern or the Frida Dress
  2. Flower Garden by Pikku Saari for Kokka.  Double gauze and the prettiest, bright, floral print. works well for simple garment shapes and quilts.
  3. Rustica Chambray in Black, Robert Kaufman 150cm/56",  59% cotton 41% linen.  I have some of this in black.  It looks like denim as it has a twill weave but it's much softer, lighter weight and more drapey. Good for dresses, trousers and shirts.
  4. Meersburg  Birds, Lady McElroy Cotton Lawn 140cm/54" wide, silky cotton lawn with a rainbow selection of birds printed on it. Lovely for dresses, shirts of tops.
Plush Addict has a series of accumulator style discounts - the more you spend, the more you save- see here for details, e.g. when you spend £20, save £2- 10% off.  Automatically applied at checkout.

  1. Dashwood Studio Eden Pop FQ bundle. Jilly P has designed this lovely collection inspired by a visit to The Eden Project.  Vibrant and colourful pop-style nature prints.
  2. Cotton Lawn, floral on Pale lemon.  142cm/56" wide. Pretty vintage style print on cotton lawn.
  3. Alison Glass Remix.  Greatest hits style print selection mixed with Sunprints. Available as a bundle or in yardage.  Saturated colours and lots of geometric patterns.
  4. Dashwood Studio Life's Journey FQ Bundle.  Designed by Joanne Cocker, I really like the subtle colour palette and the simple graphic print style.
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