Going To Be Cheeky Here Sorry!

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    LoubieLou

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    If anyone has any scrap bits of fabric in any of the following colours please please please can I have them. It doesnt matter if they are patterned or have other colours on them other than purple(any shade)Black, white, ivory or silver. ANY SCRAPS OF ANY SIZE OF ANY FABRIC NEEDED!!!



    Sorry for being so cheeky!
     
    LoubieLou, Jul 31, 2010
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    MrsBrown

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    what are you doing?

    I have been and bought tons and tons of material today to make bunting to hang at the venue if I have any left when I have finished Ill let you know
     
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    Same lol =)
    but going to make patchwork triangles.
    Where did you get yours from?
     
    LoubieLou, Jul 31, 2010
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    MrsBrown

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    I went to one of the asian shops near where I live. I looked on a bargin shelf and got 3 different colours for £1 a meter, got 12 meters.

    I dont have a lot of time to spend ages so just going to use pinkin sheers so dont have to sew as much. I ended up buying plain material in cream, pink and deep purple but hoping to get a bit more patterned.

    I have no idea how much I need to make to hall is very big!

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    they are awesome. I might do the same lol x
     
    LoubieLou, Jul 31, 2010
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    If you google fabric suppliers you can get samples from companys. some charge about a £1 some don't charge at all but you can get a few different sorts that way xxx
     
    Mrsg2b2011, Aug 1, 2010
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