All the emotions, folks. So much organic cotton fabric just arrived at the studio. All made in the US, all GOTS certified organic and all mine! Well, it’s all yours, really. But I get to enjoy 100 lbs of thick, cuddly sherpa and terry while it’s here, right? These rolls of organic cotton goodness are only a head shorter than me and this batch is SO GOOD. If you’ve ever wanted to give it a try, this is your batch. Buy a swatch if you’re not ready to take the plunge or get 10 yards at 20% off if you know better.
Get organic cotton designer Cloud9 and Birch fabrics in quilting poplin and flannel at 30% and 40% off (for you). Practically wholesale pricing, you guys. IMPORTANT: Use coupon code SAVE10to save yourself an extra 10% on the 30% already taken off. YEOWZA.
Sale ends soon, don’t get caught high and dry! Save yourself some moolah on that. Plus, you’ll be helping me clean out for some new goods coming in May. <3 Click here => link to the shop
25% off Cloud9 & Birch at worthygoodstextile.Etsy.com . Flash sale starts Monday, January 4, 2016 and ends soon! Message me on fb to reserve your yardage and get an extra 10% off BEFORE the sale starts tomorrow.
You can save all sorts of dough on your favorite US made organic cotton fabrics and vintage wooden bobbins and spools. But just for a few days, then the deals go *poof* just a quickly as they arrived. Don’t get caught leaving with Cinderella at this party.
See those 10 yard rolls of wholesome, luscious, organic cotton, US made textiles? They’re all ready to head out to very smart shoppers. Shoppers who saved themselves 20% right off the top, just by buying big. Clearly they were clever to begin with because they were looking for GOTS certified organic. But these folks? They get an A+, because double-bonus points for textiles made right here in the US. Want some?
Don’t want 10 yards but still want to save? I hear you. Use coupon code SAVE10 at checkout to save yourself 10% off your order at worthygoods textile. You’ll feel so good about it that you might just eat all the raspberries out of the fridge and put on your favorite red cape. Or, maybe that’s just us.