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What’s a Stable Knit Fabric?

Thanks for all of the suggestions on Monday’s post, asking what kind of things you’d like to see as I sew more Renfrew Tops. So many good ideas! So many things to note as I sew, recommendations to explain why certain things are done, and votes to find out more about fabric selection. While I […]

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Télio and Sewaholic Patterns Team Up

Hey, everyone! Exciting and interesting news today. I recently started working with a Canadian fabric wholesale company, Télio, using their fabrics for pattern samples and garments. A couple of you have asked where I got the pretty bird-and-flower print voile in last week’s and yesterday’s blog post, and since I’d bought it wholesale, not from […]

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10% Off at Hart’s Fabric! (With Discount Code)

Hey, everyone! I have good news for anyone that entered to win the Hart’s Fabric Giveaway last week. Hart’s Fabric is offering a 10% discount to all Sewaholic readers! From now until March 12th, enter the secret code ‘sewaholic’ at the checkout to get ten percent off. This coupon is even good for sale items, […]

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$100 Giveaway from Hart’s Fabric!

**UPDATE** Entries are closed. Thanks everyone for entering and the winner will be announced tomorrow! I have an exciting announcement today, perfect for first thing Monday morning! Hart’s Fabric has generously offered a $100 gift certificate for their online store to one lucky Sewaholic reader! Isn’t this great timing? We’ve just been talking about where […]

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Online Fabric Shopping: The Big List!

Wow! What an amazing response to yesterday’s post on where to buy fabric online. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences. It’s much better when you can buy with confidence, knowing other people have had great experiences with an online fabric shop. I like to know when I’m going to get excellent fabrics and excellent […]

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Where Do You Buy Fabric Online?

Where do you buy fabric online? Me, I rarely buy fabric online. (Surprising, I know!) There are two reasons why: one, being in Canada means that shipping costs are high and we’re often excluded from free shipping promotions. (Which is why I like to offer free shipping promotions myself!) And when packages come up across […]

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