Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales for fabric lovers

First, Happy Thanksgiving to those of you in the US!  I hope you’re enjoying some time off with family and or friends.  Or maybe just some time in your sewing room.  Which leads me to…. shopping some Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales for all of you fabric lovers.

Starting Thursday, 11/23 at 12:01 am MST, Craftsy has some great deals.  Now’s a wonderful time to try out a new class!

  • $17.87 USD or less on all Craftsy classes
  • Up to 60% off Quilting project kits & supplies
  • Up to 60% off Knitting and Crochet project kits & supplies
  • Up to 50% off Cake Decorating project kits & supplies
  • Cyber Monday Bonus Offer (Monday 11/27 at 11:59 pm MST):  Free gift with purchase


Visit The Intrepid Thread for 50% off everything (except for Tilda which will be 20% off) starting today, Wednesday, at 5 pm Pacific Time!


Fat Quarter Shop will have 20% off your entire order starting Friday, 11/24.  And don’t forget to check out their daily Flash sale!

Fat Quarter Shop Quilting Fabric and Supplies

Westwood Acres is celebrating Black Friday early (as in now).  Check out these deals:


Sew Kind of Wonderful is offering 30% their entire website 11/24 through 11/27.  No coupon necessary.


Each holiday, the Alison Glass Shop hosts a 12 Days of Holiday Specials event starting 11/24 and running through 12/5/17.  Each day will have a new daily special!

And in similar fashion, Fig Tree & Co. is having their 12 Days of Christmas, Fig Tree Style starting on Black Friday and lasting for 10 days.


Bloomerie Fabrics is starting their sale early with 20% of store wide with coupon code SAVE20% at checkout.  Some exclusions apply.


Have fun shopping and enjoy the long holiday weekend!  Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. I like your winter block maybe because that is the season now. I am looking forward to making my quilt as soon as all the ugly/ tacky Christmas sweaters are done. We sell them at our charity Thrift shop and they are a hot item.

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