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2017-2018 Cotton Factory 5 inch Charm Off Club

$135.00

In mid April 2017 I offered a hand cut 5 inch charm pack of low volume fabrics. It was so well supported I thought we would continue the theme, and start a club, so we get to have the same fun regularly.

Think of this as a fabulous charm swap, with a bunch of your friends, but where we have done the cutting for you.

So, let's launch this thing.

Offering hand cut charms six times a year, you have the choice of simply mix and matching the themes (and months) that appeal to you most, or jump on board all six sets, and save some coin.

The designers featured will include Alison Glass, Elizabeth Hartman, Tim Holtz, Tula Pink and whatever new and emerging designers blow my hair back, across design houses Free Spirit, Moda, Art Gallery, Lecien, Andover and others.

I will choose well, as let's face it, I have loads to choose from.

Here's the plan. 48 charms, (two of each of 24 prints) in each of these themes, delivered in the following months.

Text Charms (July 2017)
Modern Basics (Geometric, Dots, Stripes, Cross hatch) (Sept 2017)
Bright Modern florals (Nov 2017)
Modern Prints Rainbow (Jan 2018)
Solids (Mar 2018)
Low Volume 2 (May 2018). We will finish where we began, and this bundle will feature all new fabrics, so no repeats to those of you who purchased the most recent bundle, (April 2017).

Choose any single pack and the price is $22 ea (plus $3.30 Aust Shipping).
Choose all six, with full payment now, and the price is $19.20 ea, so $135 for all six, which includes your postage in Australia.
Or if you want to have all six, but pay each time, then there is that option also. We will invoice you at the start of the month, in which there is a delivery.

International orders are welcome, and we have estimated postage, and we shall simply invoice you if additional postage is required.

#cottonfactorycommunitycharmoff is the hashtag we are using, and like all things related to social media and craft, we'd just love it if you started spreading the word.

Image courtesy of @charlisadesigns, who spread out her recent Low Volume charms, upon receiving them.