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French Hatbox Co-op

I’ve spoken about Catherine’s Place before on this blog. I’ve had several orders from her and she is so helpful, friendly and generous that I decided to join her co-op. So far I’ve only taken part in two but they really are great value. The current one is for French Hatbox fabrics. Have you seen them? They are gorgeous. Here is a small sample.

For the full range go to her website and look on the left sidebar at the bottom. Click on the “Current Co-op” link and then click on “French Hatbox” and you can view them all. If you join the co-op you can expect your fabric in early September and the price is really sweet – almost half what you’ll see in other Aussie stores. They’re only $12.75 per metre! If your order comes to $50 then you’ll also get free postage, otherwise it will cost you just $8.

Organic Cloud 9 and Indygo Junction Pattern Give Away

Today is the 4th month blogiversary for my blog and I’ve had over 21,000 visitors. Thank you to all of you who come and read my blog and who comment so supportively, instructively and interestingly on the posts. I love to read your comments.

Anyway the aforementioned Catherine from Catherine’s Place has generously donated 2 fat quarters (Flock and Toadstools) of these beautiful Cloud 9, organic cotton fabrics AND this funky Indygo Junction bag pattern. You can choose to make the backpack or there are instructions to make it into a clutch type bag.

So, what do you have to do be in the draw? Simple. You have two chances to win. First just leave me a comment on this post and tell me what you’d like to see more of on the blog. For a second chance to win visit Catherine’s Place and have a browse and then come back and leave another post telling me which fabric collection or pattern you like best.

Please note that I can only offer this give away to residents of Australia due to postage costs. Thanks for understanding.

Edit: Forgot to say the give away will be on till Saturday. I plan to draw the winner on Sunday.

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