Friday, December 26, 2014

if you were shopping... #19 Boxing Day Sales


Welcome to if you're shopping.... On Fridays I will share with you the news from my sponsors, in case you want to do a little shopping, or even window shopping, this weekend.

I hope you've have a lovely holiday, and if you have received some cash presents, maybe you are looking for the Boxing Day/Week sales, and other deals. Here is what is going on at my sponsors:


Its not too late to join the Fat Quarter Shop's Snapshots Quilt Along. There is more information here. A new adorable novelty block will be released on the 15th of each month.


Massdrop has a year end bazaar of those bits and pieces left over from past drops.


This weekend Green Fairy Quilts has a huge final year end sale so that they can make room for next year's stock. There is everyday free shipping in the US and go here for the codes for free shipping on larger orders to the rest of the world.


Mad about Patchwork  is having a their annual year end 12 Days of Christmas sale through January 6, 2015. Go here for the huge selection and use the code 12DAYS at checkout for 20% off.


Oakshott Fabrics is featuring 20% off all fabrics as a thank you to their customers. Orders must be in before January 5, 2015. Also, if you are ordering larger quantities, go here for the free shipping codes, there is code for free shipping, again up until January 5, 2015, for almost anywhere in the world.


Fabric Spark has a free mystery fat quarter event on until December 31, 2014. Every order of 1 yard or more will include a free mystery fat quarter. And Daryl has a huge selection of markdowns too.




The sale section at Fluffy Sheep Quilting is here and continues to expand.






Sew Sisters Quilt Shop is taking a well deserved break, although you can place orders while they are away.

I have more guests arriving in a bit, and it's a beautiful day. I hope it is at your house too.

Best,

Leanne

1 comment:

  1. Hi Leanne hope you've had a happy holiday season. I know this is supposed to be all about quilting which I love but is there any chance if seeing more if the kittens and how they are going. It seems many quilters have a little fur companion who likes to watch and test finished projects
    Regards Matleigh

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