Archive for September, 2010
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
Here they are, a day early, in all their glory. There are 11 different themes, and we’ve even given them their own category ‘Bundles of Joy’. We’re giving away 2 of these beauties to one lucky person. All you need to do is leave a comment telling us what would be in your perfect bundle of joy. All comments registered between now and Sunday 3rd October will be entered into a draw and the winner announced after that date.
Please note: To enter the draw and be in with a chance of winning the bundles – comments should be left on this post.
This giveaway closed last night at midnight, all entries posted before that time will be in the draw – Good Luck!
Friday, September 24th, 2010
Calling all husbands, partners, brothers, sisters, Mums, Dads, Aunties, Uncles and children! If you need some gift ideas for the loved ones in your life, look no further – we’ve been busy designing these wonderful ‘Bundles of Joy’. Each bundle has carefully selected co-ordinating fabric, so you can be sure the designs and patterns really complement one another. They are wrapped in cellophane and tied with lovely spotty satin ribbon with a gift tag.
We’ve also put the bundles into themes, so you have an idea of the designs in each bundle.
These beauties will be launched on Monday and to see the arrival into the shop we’re holding a giveaway, check back on Monday for details and to peek at our new gift!
Tuesday, September 21st, 2010
Apologies for the break in blogging, we’ve been so busy getting orders out that unfortunately something had to give, so without further ado here is the Fabric Rehab news…
We’ve added some delightful Lecien dots and florals to the shop, a welcome addition to any fabric stash.
Thursday, September 9th, 2010
Where has the last year gone, Alfie turned 1 yesterday, it doesn’t seem possible. We had a little tea party for him which he thoroughly enjoyed. One of the highlights for him was playing with his favourite little tractor, as you can see, he is making ‘full-on’ tractor noises! One of his presents from us was ‘dog’. Alfies first word wasn’t ‘mama’ or ‘dada’, it was ‘dog’, so it only seemed right that he got a sausage dog for his birthday. I used Farmdale Crosshatch Mustard for the body, Farmdale Blossom Red for the tail and Duck Egg Linen for his ears. When Alfie saw him he ‘arrrrrred’ him with a big squeeze – sweet!
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
We’ve added some lovely cosy jersey to the shop. It would be great for children’s clothing, hats, tops backing of dribble bibs and snuggly taggie blankets. Its 150cm wide, so 1 FQ will give you 75cm x 50cm. Please note its important to wash this before use as there will be shrinkage, between 15-20%.
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
Jennie, comment 22 – congratulations! This is what Jennie suggested:-
‘I adore your site and cannot help but buy lots every time I visit.
What would be helpful in my eyes is seeing all the fabrics in a category in one go rather than having to clck the option or browse per page, if that makes sense. Also because I usually trawl through all the categories anyway I would like to have to option to see all fabrics in one huge list, regardless of what category they are in. And then being able to sort by colour would be great.
And i agree that more customer or your projects would be really inspiring.
But keep up the good work as yours is one of my favourite websites!’
Thank you to everyone that entered and for all your comments, we’ve had some great suggestions. Its an exciting time for Fabric Rehab, watch this space for the new and improved shop…
Monday, September 6th, 2010
We’ve received some fantastic new fabrics from Alexander Henry, the designs pictured have a real Autumnal feel about them, ideal for Halloween projects – apple bobbing anyone? Why not embrace the changing of the seasons with some fabric therapy!
Sunday, September 5th, 2010
The shop now stocks some lovely gingham, we thought they warranted their own category, so you can find them easily. The width is longer than standard, so you get more to work with, a FQ measures 80cm x 50cm, so if you want 1/2 a metre you’ll receive a piece measuring 160cm x 50cm.