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Packs, online stuff and a little disclaimer!

If you're on our Facebook and Instagram pages you will already know, but sometimes that doesn't get to all the folk in blogland and we wouldn't want you to miss out!

We've been busy bundling little 1m packs for the shop and online store.
8 different fabrics in each. A range of colour groups.
They are starting to appear now so check them out HERE to have a look or pop in and see us!

I have finally linked our Instagram to our Amitie Facebook page so for all those who don't have Instagram but do have Facebook, you can get a more day-to-day insight to what happens in the store! Perfect!

Wanting to find us on either of these social networking tools:
Just search for Amitie Textiles on Facebook and for Instagram our name is amitie_textiles

Our last post got a great response. A lot of feedback and we love that.
I just wanted to say that I understand the Internet has it's place. I am not anti-Internet! We have a fantastic international following and they know what we're up to because of the Internet.
Even our interstate customers that access our wares online!
We love you all and thank you for your support - no matter where you're located and how you purchase from us.



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