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Ally Pally Knitting and Stitching event - Special offers available at Fabric Mouse Wednesday October 10th

Brother Staff will be spending the time with us on Wednesday the 10th of October offering us good northern folk the chance to see all the latest machines and giving you the chance to grab the best deals matching what will be on offer down at Alexandra Palace. Best Deals on Brother machines available (1 day only) Expert tuition & advice Embroidery machine demonstrations with software Quilt Machine Demonstrations with deals only available to us and visitors to the exhibition down at Alexandra Palace in London.

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Frequently asked questions about zips

Fabric Mouse's guide to zips: How do you measure a zip? Start measuring from the actual zip bit that you pull (not the top of the zip) all the way down to the end. You can find the measurements on the puller.  How to sew a zipper? This depends on what you sewing and whether it is lined or not. If you would like to attend a class here in Brompton on Swale please give us a call and we can arrange this for you. Can you sew over a zip? Yes but sew slowly so you you break your...

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Wadding / Batting

Fabric Mouse have a variety of different wadding / batting available. All are available by the metre (unless it's prepacked).   Soft and Stable Foam Lining - Annie Foam lining - Vilene   Bamboo cotton blend 50/50 - Fibreco Simply cotton 90" - 100% cotton batting - by Fibreco Simply bamboo - 100% organic bamboo batting - by Fibreco Simply cotton 120" - 100% cotton batting - by Fibreco  Pure cotton - Matilda Pure bamboo - Matilda Polyester wadding - Matilda Pure wool - Matilda Hobbs 96" Prepacked Hobbs - Queen, Full size, King size Fusible wadding - Hobbs 100%...

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Which interfacing/ stabiliser should I be using?

Which interfacing/ stabiliser should I be using?

Are you using the correct interfacing for your project?

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Moda Pre-Cut Bonanza Delivery

Charm Packs Jelly Roll Layer Cake Moda

Moda Pre-Cut Bonanza Delivery

Lots and Lots of Fabric....

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