Hello everyone in Perth, Western Australia!
This Saturday is the Burda StyleClub Potter Textiles special opening.
Potters is the retail outlet of a designer fabric wholesaler, and the treasures in the shop are the stuff of whispered conversations. If you’ve never been, this is your chance.
The shop is usually open only weekdays 10-4pm, but Simon has agreed to open it up for Burda StyleClub Perth members and friends for a special Saturday morning, Saturday 9 August, 9am-12pm.
Tell your friends! As well as fabric off the roll, there are great tubs of remnants of the most inspiring kind. The prices for exquisite silks, linens wools and beautiful prints and wovens are very, very good.
There’s also a very nice deli a quick stroll up the road for a post-fabric-purchase cuppa and chat.
The shop is at 3 Auckland Street, North Perth. There’s no sign, but it’s next to Del’s Autos.
If you happen to have some clothes made in Potter fabric – wear them!
Now that you’ve got all those fab patterns in the Great Pattern Sale, of course you need fabric to make them up.
Lola Australia is having a studio sale for 2 weeks, with cottons, silk, embroidery, lace, jersey and trimmings.
The sale will be held at 20 Pakenham St, Mt Lawley. It will run from Wednesday 4th July until Wednesday 18th July from 10am-2pm weekdays.
Their contact details are:
T: 9471 8329
It’s that time of year when the mid-year sales get going.
If you have a hankering for something totally glamourous, this could be the one for you. Just in time to pick up something for the Little Black Dress Challenge 🙂
The fabric sales just keep coming at the moment!
Today the VERY EXCLUSIVE (not my words ;)) Liz Davenport Designer Fabric Sale started. The sale runs for 1 week only – 10am to 4pm, everyday.
A huge selection of exquisite and imported fabrics are available for purchase.
EFTPOS available & parking on-site.
Drop into the Liz Davenport store at 109 Stirling Highway, Nedlands to check it out!
Thanks to Vanessa for spotting an ad for the sale in Friday’s newspaper – she sure has a nose for these things! 😉
Hey everyone! I just recently received an email from fashion label intangible letting our club know about a sale they’ve got going on at the moment.
Dear Sewing Enthusiasts,
Due to the shutdown of our local production unit here in Perth, we have a factory full of exclusive imported designer fabric lengths, discounted remnants, bulk fabrics, fancy trims, embellishments, cotton and zips to clear.
We have been in business as a retailer since 1989 largely due to the exclusive quality fabrics we have sourced ourselves from overseas suppliers. Colour and coordination have been our strengths and you will see that with the variety of fabrics for sale that coordinate together beautifully. I can’t stress enough that you will not find these fabrics for sale elsewhere in Perth!
We are opening our doors to the public each Wednesday between 9am and 2pm, however we would love to invite you to organise a group to come through on either the Wednesday or by appointment on a Monday, Thursday or a Saturday. Groups of 5 or more will receive a 5% discount off our already amazing prices.
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please call me on 0400 220 177, or email firstname.lastname@example.org . We’d love to see you soon!
If you’re interested in taking a look yourself, intangible is located at 322 Lord St, Perth (between Bulwer and Walcott Streets).
The thread mother load, so long as you want shades of blue, brown or beige, has just arrived at the Salvo’s in Malaga. It’s all industrial reels of Polyfil, one of the good brands, and overlocker textured poly. They also have zips in similar colours, although I imagine few people need to have as many zips as I do.
Perth Sewing Centre has decided to close, after being around for absolute ages, moving locations at least twice, and changing hands once. They have been such a fantastic resource for keen sewers for longer than I’ve been sewing, so it’s sad to see them go. I’ll have to find a new favorite machine retailer and service guy.
However, every cloud had a silver lining, and this one is the sale they’re holding.