It’s happening in April!
From 11am – 3pm on Saturday 12 April, in fact.
We’re back at the wonderful St Annes Hall, on Emmett Street in Newtown.
Just like last time, there’ll be heaps of amazing fabric for sale, pretty buttons and trims, lots of other fabric-lovers to chat about fabric with, and a cafe stocked with homemade tasty treats and cups of tea with tables for you to sit down and happily stroke your new purchases.
The world-famous-amoungst-Wellington-fabric-lovers Hospice table will be back, piled high with all sorts of lovely fabric donations waiting to find new homes (while also raising money for the Mary Potter Hospice).
And because many of you asked for it, this time there may even be a fabric raffle or two during the day…. Keep an eye out for the info table in the entrance, where you’ll find such lovely things as raffle tickets, the sign-up sheet for our newsletter, and the pretty Fabric-a-brac magazines.
If you would like to have your name down for the opportunity of having a stall then please:
1. Contact us on email@example.com
2. Advise what you will be selling e.g. fabric remnants, bric a brac, vintage material etc
3. Advise if you are able to provide your own table or not.
(Please note: Fabric-a-brac is for the sale of fabric remnants and sewing bric a brac, not kitsets or ready made items. The philosophy is for someone’s stash to become someone else’s treasure.)
If you’ve got some fabric (or sewing bric-a-brac) hanging around and you feel it needs a new home, we’re also accepting donations for the Hospice table – contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Likewise, if you love baking or cooking and want to donate some tasty treats for the cafe (which is also raising funds for Mary Potter Hospice) or want to volunteer to help out on the day, please email us – we’d love to hear from you. 🙂