02 October 2007

Fabrics in the Shop ...

... at last I've added a few items. The first batch of cotton fabrics has been added on the Textiles & Haberdashery page at Vintage to Victorian. Unfortunately the photo quality isn't as good as I'd have liked, but hopefully that won't be too off-putting. The enlarged photos aren't quite as bad if you zoom them up a bit! (Are you impressed with that technical jargon? I hope so!)

The tartans will be added soon, along with some bits and bobs in the other categories. Now we're into October we shall soon (perish the thought) all be thinking of Christmas shopping and with this in mind I plan to add a few small items over the next week or two. That's the plan ... the grand plan ... but you know what happens to plans of the best laid variety ... they have a tendency to go pear-shaped ...

By the way ... if you need a nice white damask cloth for your Christmas table you need look no further ... I have about 40 ironed and ready ranging in size from approximately 4ft x 3ft to 14ft x 7ft and at prices between £7 and £85! Don't hesitate to email, I'll be more than happy to let a few go!!!

4 comments:

OhSoVintage said...

Gosh you have been busy - 40 ironed tablecloths!! Actually I quite enjoy (more truthfully I don't dislike) ironing linens for the website but I am considering buying shares in spray starch as I get through so many cans.

thehomelyyear said...

Hi, that sounds like an awful lot of ironing...but the tablecloths sound lovely. I think white tablecloths always look fresh and crisp and set of china better than anything else.
Margaret and Noreen at THY

Ex-Shammickite said...

Hi Sue... I see you are checking up on me!

Chris said...

I am impressed too with 40 ironed tablecloths! My goodness, I hope you have a steam press :-) Crisp white tablecloths are wonderful though! Thanks for your comments on my blog, I do appreciate them. Have a great weekend!