Daisybuds Fabrics has seen first hand the recent surge in growth for the UK home sewing market and are happy to announce extended store opening hours. Daisybuds are also pleased to confirm they will be be joining sewing shops across the UK to celebrate Sew Saturday 17th October.
Birchington, Kent (PRWEB UK) 11 October 2015
Daisybuds Fabrics has seen first hand the recent surge in growth for the UK home sewing market. As a result of this, Daisybuds are happy to announce extended store opening hours. Daisybuds are also pleased to confirm they will be be joining sewing shops across the UK to celebrate Sew Saturday.
Launched in February 2015, Daisybuds Fabric Store is based in Birchington, Thanet with a bricks and mortar store as well as an online shop http://www.daisybudsfabrics.co.uk. Following increased demand for sewing and quilting fabrics, Daisybuds has now extended its store opening times. With immediate effect, Daisybuds store opening hours will be: Monday 10:30 – 4:30pm, Tuesday closed, Wednesday to Saturday 1:30 - 4:30 pm.
Daisybuds Fabrics is also delighted to be taking part in the UK wide Sew Saturday campaign launched by leading craft publication Sew magazine. On Saturday 17th October 2015 Daisybuds Fabric Shop in Birchington will be offering tea and cake, free goody bags for the first 20 customers and 10% off on the day.
The event is supported by the UK home sewing and quilting industry including May Martin and Stuart Hillard from the BBC show The Great British Sewing Bee. The event is being giving extensive coverage by leading craft magazines including Sew, Make It Today, Craft Business, Homemaker and Crafts Beautiful.The wide spread media coverage surrounding the event will no doubt continue to boost the profile of Britain's bricks and mortar sewing stores.
Craft Business editor, Sarah-Jane Lampe says: “The sewing industry has experienced a surge in growth over the past few years, thanks to the likes of The Great British Sewing Bee helping to bring the craft back into the mainstream. Sew Saturday will give retailers the perfect opportunity to capitalise on the sector, helping to boost sales and attract more stitchers in store.”
Make It Today editor, Ella Johnston: agrees, adding: “It’s vitally important to celebrate our local sew shops. We love the fact that you can touch and feel fabrics, check out colour and texture combinations and get that all-important expert advice from those in the know – our sewing retailers. I’m proud to support Sew Saturday as these stores hold a treasure trove of sewing goodies and are great places to learn about the art of stitching.”
Daisybuds is also pleased to confirm that they are able to supply sewers and quilters with smaller fabric quantities including quilter's 'fat quarters' and half metre lengths.
Daisybuds' fabrics offers a range of novelty prints and designer print fabrics including many unusual and hard to find fabrics. Daisybuds' fabric range and full details of their events and workshops can be found online at daisybudsfabrics.co.uk or via their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/daisybudsfabric), as well as at their store in Birchington High Street.
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