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new era

Yes, the winds of change are blowing around the team here because we've decided to move!

This is so exciting for me. A chance to spring clean and re-arrange. A fresh start in a new building (but don't panic, it's not too far away)!

I need your help though - we have SO much stock and I don't feel like moving all of it especially with a broken shoulder so I have decided to keep the $16.50 per meter special going!
Yes that's right, FABRIC IS STILL $16.50 PER METER (excludes Liberty of London, Linen and Organic Cotton).

50% off selected dress making fabrics.
50% off minkee.
50% a huge range of selected patterns including Sublime Stitching
50% off selected threads including YLI and Guterman Sulky.
50% off mini irons.

The Shop will be closed 19th-20th of September
will reopen 9.30 am 21st September
103A Gardenvale Road, Gardenvale 3185

Make sure you pop in and check it out - Thinking we might need a few bubbles on the 21st to celebrate!


Krevill said…
very excited for you, glad you haven't moved far :)
Miriam said…
Good luck with the move. :)

I hope your shoulder heals fast.
Congratulations on the move...can't wait to see your new shop
Frenchie said…
Closer to me! walking distance even!!!
Can't wait to see the new shop!
Bronwyn said…
I hope this is a really positive change for you - I know you will make the new store just as lovely as the first!
Lisa said…
Congrats! How exciting, can't wait to see your new digs!
Jenny McH said…
Wish your new shop was within walking distance for me! How about you open a 'sister' shop near the Dandenong Ranges? Wishing you all the best with your move.

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