I am super excited to announce my very first custom fabric bundle! Come look!
It’s called Snow Day and it’s available now (and is even on sale!) from Warp &Weft.
This is the really fabulous copy: “A cool and contemporary selection of aquas, reds, greys and crispy whites hand-picked by Shannon Smith of The Finished Garment exclusively for Warp & Weft | Exquisite Textiles”. Oh my!
When Esmari of Warp & Weft contacted me and asked me to create a custom bundle for her first anniversary, using fabrics from her shop, I was so just so thrilled. The tough part (ok, the really, really fun part) was narrowing down the choices.
I wanted something fun, and something with some sort of theme. And winter is coming (which really it always is, unless it is already winter). And of course what does Montreal have a lot of? Winter! (Gotta represent!) So a snow theme just sounded perfect.
I am really happy about how it tuned out. Can’t you just see these in a quilt with a lot of white for the snow?
You should take a look at the other guest bundles too. Each of the members of the Warp & Weft Sewing Society contributed their own bundle. Carla’s is called Candy Floss and Cynthia’s is called On Rosamund Street. Aren’t they beautiful? And so different, like each one of us.
Anyway, enough gushing. I feel like I’ve already used up my quota of exclamation marks writing this post.
If you order any of the three bundles in the next week, they are also 10% off! Yay!
Happy Anniversary Warp & Weft! Thanks for inviting me to the party!
9 thoughts on “My First Fabric Bundle: Snow Day”
What a lovely colour scheme! I recently discovered Warp & Weft’s amazing South African prints but somehow missed the fact that they also sell good old quilting cottons. I’m in Toronto and think it’s too bad there is no brick and mortar store where to go admire these pretties in person.
You’re not the only one who wishes Warp & Weft had a brick and mortar store! I wanted to give it a go online first to see what the response would be but over the next year or so I’d like to start looking at options for moving into a location where clients can visit and hang out.
In the meantime, I do receive clients at my home office by appointment and I’d be more than happy to meet with you. The Design Team samples are easy to get around so I’d be happy to bring them to you to see but for the quilting cottons it would be best to meet at my office as they’re not quite as easy to travel with.
Also, I’ll be exhibiting for the first time this year at the Fall edition at Creativ Festival so if you’re planning to go, please pop in at booth #624 and come say hi!
Shannon, this bundle couldn’t be a more perfect choice with winter in mind. Call me crazy, but I look forward to the snow every year! We haven’t had much in the last few years in Toronto so I think I might have to visit Montreal this year to get my fix!
OMG this is so exciting! 😀
I think so!
Très très joli Shannon!
What a lovely collection!