It’s Fabric-a-brac time! Wellington, 2 May


Oh yes, that’s right everyone – it’s time for another Fabric-a-brac!

This time, we’re back in Wellington, helping people clear fabric from their stashes and move it into other people’s stashes. (Because let’s face it – we all love fabric, right? Yay! Fabric!)

Here’s the where and when:

St Annes Hall
Emmett Street
Newtown
10am – 2pm Saturday 2 May

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As with previous Wellington Fabric-a-brac events, it’s going to be jam-packed with all sorts of amazing treasures from a range of stall holders. Fabric, notions, patterns – all there and waiting to be found and loved.

(See all those images below? That’s a small selection of things some of our stall holders will have on their tables on the day. Fabric! Notions! Buttons!)

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There will be the world-famous-amoungst-Fabric-a-brac-people Hospice table, with all sorts of amazing donated fabrics at amazing prices.

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And the cafe, with a huge selection of tasty homemade treats, good coffee, pots of tea, and pretty tables for you to sit at and show off your finds to one another.

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Just like all the previous Fabric-a-brac events, as well as being about the fabric it’s also about raising money for Mary Potter Hospice. All the money raised from the Hospice table and the cafe, along with the stallholder fees, goes straight to the Hospice. How’s that for an excuse to buy more fabric? It’s all for a good cause! πŸ˜‰

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Come along, spread the word, and join us for a fabric filled day!

(PS There won’t be any eftpos on the day, but there are plenty of ATM’s nearby.)

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2 thoughts on “It’s Fabric-a-brac time! Wellington, 2 May

    • Hi Nicole! Interesting idea! However, we feel Fabric-a-brac isn’t quite the right place for a fabric swap, as it’s all about selling fabric, either to raise money for Mary Potter Hospice, or for the stall holders. 😦

      Have you heard of the Fabric Hoarders meet-up group? They often run fabric swaps at their get-togethers. πŸ™‚

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