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Downloadable Patterns available on our website + Free Pattern Giveaway!

Now available on our website, we are offering two downloadable patterns to help you make your very own Cap Sleeve Top and Patch Pocket Skirt using our range of Fabric by the Metre!

We recently added a couple new styles to our collection of fabric, which Donna was inspired to design in an effort to encourage people to be more creative and make things at home again.

She remembers: “When I was young, my mum used to make dresses for me and my sister, and I still remember so clearly all the fabrics that she used. I think there was much more of a culture of making things back then… Everyone made clothes, curtains, and duvets. I really believe that if you make something yourself, you enjoy the final product much more as you put your love and time into it.”

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And for one month only, we’ll be giving away our Cap Sleeve Top Pattern for FREE when you buy 2 metres of any of our fabrics.
Tell your friends and share on Facebook!

Happy sewing!

Our collection of fabric features some of Donna’s signature motifs drawn from nature – clouds, trees, and other references to her childhood growing up on a farm in Aberdeenshire, and in keeping with our commitment to support local manufacturing, all of the fabrics in the collection are printed in the UK.

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