Hello everyone! It’s time for the next instalment in our Paper Dolls Sew-Along. Click on either photo below to download the files. They have also been uploaded to the Sew-Along page here.
Congratulations to Vicky who is the winner of last week’s Therm O Web giveaway! Your prize is in the post Vicky! Thank you everyone who entered.
In further news, it’s looking increasingly likely that I’m going to have to close the business/shop because of the C-19 virus.Before you send me dozens of emails – the Paper Doll Sew-Along will continue regardless of what happens!
I’m hoping it will be a temporary thing and that by the end of the year we will be through the worst of this awful situation we find ourselves in. Regardless of whether I close the shop or not, I’ll still be here and on our Facebook pages. I’ve been sewing since the dawn of time and I won’t be giving up anytime soon. Take care lovely people, toni xx
Hey lovely quilters, the next instalment of our free Thermoweb Paper Dolls Sew-Along is ready to go! Click on the photo below to download the file. You can find previous instalments and information here.
This week is giveaway week and we have a fantastic bag of goodies to send out to one lucky winner! Leave a comment on this post to win – tell me your favourite flower. I will choose (1) random winner from all entries on here, Facebook, and our newsletter.
In further news this week…. the C-19 virus. I would love to avoid this topic, I think we’ve all just about had enough media saturation this week don’t you? but I need to let you know about our printed patterns.
We are still sending out printed patterns, it is safe to do so and we are following all CMO (CDC) guidelines. However delivery times are going to be extended. If you wish to purchase a printed pattern please keep this in mind.
I will not be refunding money due to slow delivery times. Lost mail is a rarity, please be patient. We will be updating the status of our printed patterns every few days. If necessary we will stop selling them for a short time. Thanks for your understanding.
PDF patterns are a great alternative. They are half the price of a printed pattern and you only need print the templates. Use the draft printing option on your printer and you’ll save ink too. It works out at approx. 10c a sheet to print a pattern on a normal home printer (including ink and paper).
If you’ve ordered a printed pattern and it hasn’t arrived yet please message me. I can send you the PDF pattern via email so you can get started on your projects.
That’s it from me tonight. I’m feeling scared and unsure and I want to curl up on the lounge, eat comfort food, and watch something reassuring on the TV.
I’m sure that most of you are feeling the same way and you don’t need me rabbiting on any further. Take care of yourselves, tell your family you love them, we’ll get through this together. Much love to all, toni xx