Archives: January 2020

  1. Sun Prints 2020 by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics

        Alison Glass'  latest collection is Sun Prints 2020 and continues her sewing/stitching theme with one brand new design and the return of two past favourites. There are a lot of details  to notice and the collection  makes a great background and would also be fun to embroider. The brand new design, Menagerie, is a cross stitch sampler with lions...
  2. Jungle Friends from Makower UK

        Well hello Jungle Friends! Novelty childrens' prints featuring cute jungle animals in pink and blue colour palettes. You'll find a  coordinating ABC panel which works with either colourway and can be used whole or fussy cut as required. Two 36″ cheater cot quilt panels complete this collection. The free project uses panels and prints to make a super...
  3. Sweet Shoppe Too by Andover Fabrics

              Good enough to eat, Sweet Shoppe Too is new in from Andover. This gorgeous rainbow collection is a great stash builder, you won't regret treating yourself to this versatile bundle of beautiful fabrics!      Explore Sweet Shoppe Too       DIT Knot Scrunchies How to make knot scrunchies - Free Pattern + Video Tutorial!
  4. Belle Epoque by Pippa Shaw for Dashwood Studio

        Wow! Belle Epoque is the latest collection from Dashwood Studio designed by Pippa Shaw. Inspired by numerous visits to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Belle Epoque pays homage to the Art Nouveau and Arts and Craft movements. Nature inspired patterns in a rich modern palette give a contemporary twist to these timeless designs.     Explore...
  5. Why are we called Plush Addict?

      People often ask us "Why are you called Plush Addict?" and I can see why! It's quite an unusual name for a fabric shop. It all comes down to the fabric pictured above.... Many moons ago we used to call plush fabric minky (here's why we don't/ can't call it that any more). Quite frankly it's the softest, most stroke-able fabric...

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