I am a Mom. I have a small business I run out of of my home. I am a work at home mom (WAHM – not to be confused with Wham! – the band from the 80s – which just for your knowledge, I liked.)
Keywords: You’d probably guess Mom – but not this time. This time the keywords are SMALL and HOME. I apparently forgot those when I was in Pittsburgh surrounded by beautiful fabric. I must have thought I was a buyer for fabric dot com or something. *ahem*
SO almost everything is on sale on my website. As much as 50% off!
Which brings me to another issue. I sell half yards and full yards. (Remember I am a Mom, not a workroom full of employees!) Yet, somehow I have hundreds of fat quarters laying around. (I’ll tell you how – I’m too nice, that’s how!) So I created a section just to get rid of the fat quarters! This will not be a normal section of my website! I tried to organize them by lines of fabrics. There are more to list – but if you see something you like, grab it now – because most of the prints only have 1 available and at this price they will not last. **Update: Wow – they are selling fast! I will get more up soon!**
One more thing- since I appear to be under the impression that I am that big fabric website – I decided to offer free shipping on all US orders over $35. Use the code FRENZY at checkout.
I’m not sure how long this frenzy will last – I guess until I can sleep soundly at night again so I hope to see you all online soon. 🙂
PS. Just incase you don’t know already. Here is a little info on Fat Quarters. A fat quarter is made by cutting a half yard (18 inches) in half vertically. (All that I have listed are 18 inches by 22 inches) This gives you a larger usable area than if you cut a strip that was a quarter yard (9 inches x 44 inches) – especially when you consider many of the prints the fabrics today have on them! Many patterns are written to take advantage of Fat Quarter Cuts and it’s also a great way to sample a fabric before buying a larger amount.