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Summer of Making with Donna Wilson Fabrics + FREE Giveaway

Cut and Sew! Make do and mend! We love finding your crafty Donna Wilson ideas. It’s #SummerOfMaking

For one month only, we’ll be giving away this fab Drawstring Bag Instructions for FREE when you buy 2 metres of any of our fabrics (when your fabric order is being processed, we’ll send you the download link in the e-mail with your shipping tracking number)


We are promoting marvelous making this month. Whether it’s a newly knitted creature from our knitting pattern book 35 Knitted Animals and Other Creatures or using our #DonnaWilsonFabrics please share your pics using hashtag #SummerOfMaking and and we’ll share you pics over Facebook and Twitter.

Check out our newest fabrics Menagerie in a lightweight cotton and Succulents in a heavier oyster linen.
Menagerie Fabric
Succulents Oyster Linen Fabric

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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