Showing posts with label shabby chic fabric. Show all posts
Showing posts with label shabby chic fabric. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Did you miss out on Remnant Tuesday

Did you miss our Remnant Tuesday this week over at our Facebook Page , if so pop over, we are still adding some gorgeous remnats to this weeks album, with the Easter Holiday upon us nearly, we thought we'd keep on going this week.

This week we had lots of retro spots and dots from our Oilcloth collection and a few pieces of our new Strawberries, soo yummy. 

To purchase any of these lovelies, simply visit our Facebook page here and click on the fabric you wish to buy and add SOLD into the comment box below.

Have a safe and happy Easter from all of us at 
I Just Love That Fabric.

Happy shopping and browsing
Susie x

Monday, March 7, 2011

Sale on today - loads of bargains to be had

Pop over to our FaceBook Page and grab a bargain today.  We have loads on offer and more being added as the day goes on.  Beautiful quilting fabrics, organic fabric, childrens designs. Some home furnishing fabrics. And a few bundles too.

Fabric Remnants Sale on Facebook

More being added each hour.  Happy shopping.

Susie x

Friday, July 9, 2010

Beautiful Danish fabrics

Im so excited, with these gorgeous new designs from Green Gate, winding their way to me as we speak.  
Heres a sneak preview of the Mathilde on  White.  This is  a soft home dec weight cotton duck, consisting of spring colours in large scale flowers.  Simply adorable.  I shall be posting more about these as they arrive.  

I have 3 designs coming and are already listed in my store, I shall be making up gorgeous bundles with these too for the crafty ones among us. 

Happy drooling!!

Susie x

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Fab Friday 15% off day

We are having a Fab Friday 15% off day 
today instore  today.  
Brighten up those winter days with some gorgeous colourful fabrics.

use coupon code JU10 at checkout,
hurry this is just for today only.

Happy Sewing

Susie x

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Giveaway - Pattern & Fabric

The winner will be drawn tomorrow eveing.

I am happy to now be stocking the delightful patterns from Clare's Craftroom.

I was so inspired by this Little Party Frock pattern, in a finished size of 7" for a special little doll or teddy that I have decided to have a late June Giveaway.

The Giveaway -
Comprises of 1 Little party Frock pattern 
1 fat quater of fabric from my Dolly Dress Fabric Collection to make it in. 

Little Party Frock Pattern is available in store for $14.00, postage is free.
Dolly Dress Fabrics are also available at $5.60 per fat quarter.

 Heres how to enter -  GIVEAWAY NOW FINISHED, THANK YOU.

1.  Simply take a look at our Quilting Fabrics, which include Dolly Dresses Fabric.
2.  Leave a comment on which fabric you would like best.
3.  For an extra entry to win, Mention this Giveaway on FB or Twitter or Follow My Blog or all.
4.  Closing date is 1st July 2010.

 Thanks for entering.

Susie x

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Something to be said about Gingham

Gingham once again has become so popular, a reminder maybe of Grandmas kitchen pantry shelves covered in sticky back plastic gingham paper, or her pretty cotton apron.

Ive always been a lover of gingham, for tablecloths and teatowels, mixed with dots and stripes.  

Birthday parties are a great favourite, and gingham always looks fresh, and can be in any setting, retro, shabby chic or traditional, whatever the mood.

So without having to sew a thing, you can just throw it over the table and hey, a new look.  Cut the edges in a scallop all the way round and you have a gorgeous new tablecloth.

The retrun of the Gingham Tablecloth

Now available at 
pop in and take a look

Susie x

Friday, March 5, 2010

Dreamy Shabby Roses

Decorate your home with Dreamy roses 

Shabby Garden Roses on pale blue

Ive gone all country cottage this week, with the delivery of these new soft furnishing fabrics, so fresh with that gorgeous shabby chic feel. Im loving these indeed.  
I have 2 of the designs in store now, with the rest following on quickly.
Mix them up with  dots, stripes and ginghams for that real country feel. 

Thursday, February 4, 2010

New Oilcloth on its way to my store

Check out these beauties.
   so girly and pretty

Strawberry Patch Oilcloth (Laminated Cotton Fabric)

Sage Green Paisley Oilcloth

Great for the Garden Party or BBQ tablecloth

These will both be instore from Monday, and avaiable from 1/4 metre upwards and also in 3 new bundle packs for crafts and small projects.

Have a happy sewing weekend.

Susie x

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Blog Giveaway Shabby Chic time

A double Blog giveaway -
a beautiful summery giveaway of Cath Kidston fabrics and a beautifully  hand made
doorstop in the blue ottoman rose.

I have delved into my secret stash of Shabby Chic fabrics , to bring you this gorgeous fabric and doorstop giveaway.

So being Christmas time and all - im giving away a scrap bag of 5 beautiful pieces of Shabby Chic Cath Kidston fabric all about 30m x 30cm, brand new, could be made into bunting or patchwork or little bags or......

So here are the 5 beautiful fabrics on my line, looking good in the Gold Coast sunshine

Red Ottoman Rose, Stone Classic Rose, Red Paisley,
White Classic Rose & Blue Ottoman Rose

Also up for grabs

I have been making doorstops for a while and this is my best selling shape, 14cm x 14cm, with a hessian handle on top.  The base is in a plain contrasting fabric with a velcro closure.
The doorstops are mailed out empty , just really to keep the postage costs down. 
500gs to 1kg of rice, wheat, small stones or a large ston, is sufficient to keep it firmly on the floor.

Heres how to enter

1. Simply pop into my store and take a look at the doorstops
2 .Leave a comment on my blog as to which one you like best of all. (for 1 entry)
3. Id love you to follow my blog or join my newsletter (for 2 entries)
4. The closing date for last comment is 8th December.
5. The winner will be randomly picked and notified on my blog and by email.

Thank you in advance for entering

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Shabby Chic Roses & Milk Churns

Well I just couldnt resist these.  LOVE by Amy Butler, came out a few months back now, but had so many enquiries for some of her designs, that i bought some in and wow, I d like to keep them all for myself.

A few years back I was living in an old 17th centry cottage on the Warwickshire & Northamptonshire border in the midlands UK, i was the shabby chic queen, every room had roses in, from Cath Kidston & Laura Ashley, roses in the garden too.  I had pretty cafe style curtains at my windows in the old kitchen which was a delight and a 1970s gas fired AGA.  I collected the old fashioned  milk churns in those days and used them as bar stools, with pretty rose seat covers, mind you they were a bit tough on the bum!, nothing that a bit of padding couldnt put right!.

I still have the milk churns today, they travelled with us when we came to Australia, much to my husbands disbeleif. Unfortunately are going to be placed on ebay over the next coming months. We are having some renovations done to our new house, and the surfboards and boogie boards and bikes are taking preference.  Mind you i may well sneekily keep one at the bottom of the garden, just to remind me of those country days.

I have made up a Bundle of Fat Quarters of the 4 designs i have as well,  makes it a bit easier for choosing.

My old milk Churns

Im thinking i may make some covers for the tops before i sell them on.
Im off now to sew some cushions, have a great day sewing and quilting, or just reading.