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Happy Thanksgiving, Black Friday & Cyber Monday

Thanksgiving is here and the sale season is On. I have Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale in all the shops! yay! The sale will end on 30th November 2016. 

1. All the fabrics is on 25% off NOW until 30th November. So grab fast before everything back to it's regular price 

ON SALE Lemon Yellow Indian dress fabric set, Cotton Silk Chanderi dress, Yellow embroidered tunic fabric, Grey embroidered stole, Grey Cott
Yellow and Grey Indian Dress Fabric Set


ON SALE Geometric Black and white Fabric, Indian cotton, Fabric with border, sewing, bag making, patchwork, quilting, Half Yard, SALE
Black and White Geometric Cotton

2. All the READY to SHIP products are on 20% Off  and the rest is 10% off (code: Earlyxmas10) until 30Th November. 

SALE Tula pink slim trifold wallet, women credit card holder, minimalist wallet, slim wallets, credit card wallet, gift for her, clutch wall
Don't you love this Tula Pink Wallet?
I really has fun making this Wallet. The pretty pink and lavender from Tula Pink Fox Field line is really pretty. 

I added the dangling zip accessories at the back. I bought the jhumka last week and happened to have a matching one.


I added medium length strap, it will be really cute to carry this around when you want to go minimalist. 

3. My pattern is on SALE in CRAFTSY  only. 

Family Passport Holder PdF Pattern 

In the meantime, I'm writing a couple of patterns. Hopefully I will be able to complete it soon. 

Thank you for stopping by

Happy Thanksgiving





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