WhiteTree Fabrics blog invitation


unnamedI was super excided and honoured to join the WhiteTree Fabrics blogging team.  And since I like a collaboration like that I accepted it as it fits  with my life pretty well Smile.

WhiteTree Fabrics has been selling fabrics since 1946 but only recently decided to sell their awesome fabrics online to the masses.  They sell everything from fabrics to haberdashery, to patterns or other sewing related items. As they only launched their online site a few months ago, they are still adding  awesome products online everyday. So if you can’t  see it online chances are that they have it you  only need to ask them (send them an email and they will source it for you.

In their collection, you will find products such as: lace, net, tulle, mesh, organza, chiffon, embroidery, satin, guipure, trims, lining fabrics, dancewear fabrics, swimwear fabrics, printed and plain fabrics, broderie anglaise, bridal fabrics & much more. To compliment our vast fabric collection, you’ll also find a comprehensive haberdashery selection to shop from, as well as a great choice of sewing patterns from Vogue (some already online) Mccalls or Kwicksew, to name a few.

They are very generous to give to you, my lovely readers, a discount of 20% as well as  free delivery.

Not just that you  can use the code over and over again because it will never expire and has unlimited use. Waw, I was really impressed by this! Thank you WhiteTree Fabrics.

Just use the code : ATTICK

Before I decided on my first project for them, I explored their website for some goodies. Oh, and they are so many and so lovely. They do have a lot of unique fabrics that I have not seen in other places.  It was a difficult decision for me to pick my first project because I wanted to try everything.

Their offers include (just click the links for details):

Review one of our products and receive a 15% discount code

Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or pinterest and receive a 15% discount code

Sign up for our newsletter to receive a 10% discount code

Free delivery on orders £20 and over

They  also offer  a 25% discount to students and it is a great starter student toolkit with everything needed  in a sewing room (whish I had this when I started sewing, as it would have saved me a lot of time and money)

 

 

 

And the fabrics are just so cute have a look at the embroidered satin. There are so many pretty fabrics. I want them all….   I will only share a few fabrics I like as if I put them all you  will never see this post as it would take me forever to add the pics Smile . So some of my favourites are : 

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For my fist WhiteTree Fabrics make I chose the Very Easy Vogue V8926 and the awesome  satin bonded lace (just click on the images for details)

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But not to forget some of the  other awesome WhiteTree Fabrics bloggers:

  1. Amy Thomas from AlmondRock
  2. Amy Beeton from Barmy Beetroot
  3. Emma Berry from Frugally Peachy
  4. Skye Pennant from Even Artichokes have Hearts
  5. Katie Marcus from What Katie Sews
  6. Louise Hobson from Sew Sensational
  7. Laura Neal from Chambray and Curls
  8. Lucie Hubbard from Love, Lucie
  9. Jess Acton from Jessthetics
  10. Louise Tweedy from Thread Carefully
  11. Sam Molloy from Stitched Up By Samantha
  12. Erin Currie from Seamstress Erin
  13. Lu, Laura, Bridie, Jo from Sew It Yourself Challenge
  14. Amanda Gledhill from Sew Deputy
  15. Jo Roberts from JoEveryday19
  16. Manju from SewManju
  17. Louise Bibbings from ThereSheSews
  18. Charlotte Searles from MushaVille
  19. Emily Macintosh from BelgianSeams
  20. Susan Dunlop from SussieDDesigns

So go have a look at their cute projects! They always share great projects which I enjoy reading about!

And I remind you that you can use the following code:  ATTICK to get a 20% discount from WhiteTree Fabrics

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Author: Simona

I don't really like talking about myself. But, I love sewing and after reading a lot of blogs on the internet about it, I've decided to give it a go as well. I am Romanian born, but live in the UK. I am a bit selfish when it comes to sewing. I tend to make stuff more for myself. Others have to go through a lot of torture in order for me to make something. My mum did it twice. Well I only wanted to make the dresses fit her perfectly. And in the end they looked great.

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