With Vilene’s Stitch and Tear (also called Stickvlies) making professional applique, with a standard sewing machine, is a breeze!
Inspired to make your own? Click here to view our range of Vilene interfacings, including stitch and tear, want to know more about the pumpkin featured? It use Riley Blake’s Splendor range and the sewing pattern is also available (exclusively) in store at www.printstopolkadots.co.uk.
We are pleased to announce that we have been able to reduce the price of our entire range of rattles and shakers for soft toys.
Previously from 68p each, we have managed to get the prices down to a starting point of 45p OVER 30% LOWER!
Visit our website for a link to our video – then you can hear them too!
Save 15% with discount code: spring until 30th March
Primrose Garden – a modern take on traditional florals, with a really fresh feel.
Flower Patch – with a 1970s retro feel these flower garden inspired prints will take you back!
Happy Flappers – Owls and woodland themed prints in a rich colour palette to brighten up anyone’s wardrobe.
Good Natured – Bang on trend with foxes and firefly bursts that would look dreamy in little girl’s dresses, all in a cool mint and warm orange colour palette.
Visit our Pinterest page for links to great free patterns using these collections.
Don’t forget to visit our Moving Sale pages – lots of fabrics at sale prices as we get ready to move to our new website.
Two new collections have arrived from Dashwood Studio, and both are quite delicious!
The first collection is Rain or Shine by Stephanie from ric-rac.co.uk , it is inspired by the Great British weather! Featuring playful raindrops, rainbows, umbrellas, sunshine and clouds, its vibrant palette is sure to brighten up any day.
DID YOU KNOW? Stephanie is also the talented designer behind the much loved tortoise print from Dashwood.
The second collection is Street Life, by Jessica Hogarth. It’s a quirky and sophisticated, based on the hustle and bustle of a city. From aerial views of the streets to parks, phone boxes, crowds and trees, Jessica combines the urban and natural icons of city life against a bright yet muted palette. This Jessica’s first collection for Dashwood, but something tells me it won’t be her last!
We would to see pictures of your makes with these collections, please do send us your pics and we will post them all over the internet for you!