Cyber Monday Treat! Win $100 From Hart’s Fabric!

Posted by on Nov 28, 2011 in Quilting, Sewing |


This contest if over and a winner has been contacted.  Thank you.

Wow! We’ve got a great giveaway for you from independent fabric store Harts Fabric!

Who is Harts Fabric?

Harts Fabric was started in 1969 as a family owned fabric retail store. Harts Fabric is a full service fabric store offering quilting cottons, fashion and apparel fabrics and home decorating fabrics. We are independent and proud of it.

What does it mean to be an independent fabric store?

Fabric is a very creative endeavor. We feel that this creativity gets squashed in a corporate environment. The soul of Harts Fabrics is its creative spirit that is fed from its buyers, employees and, most importantly, our customers. We have many advantages over large box fabric stores being an independent. Customer service is the obvious one, but our greatest advantage is our ability to buy higher quality fabrics from smaller manufactures. We can offer our customers little gems that you won’t find at the box stores such as eco fabrics, independent pattern and even smaller yardage directly from the fashion runways. We love eco fabrics and have the ability to support this effort where the larger stores can’t or won’t promote these exciting new textiles. We also do not have to buy for a national market, which allows us to focus on our niche, modern designs and colors with a fresh feel.  In a world where corporations have taken over retail, independent stores like Harts Fabrics are a breath of creative fresh air.

These crafty ladies are Craftsy members and have had such a great time posting projects and hearing from you about them that they’d like to offer one lucky Craftsy Member a $100  gift card to use in their online store!

All you have to do is go comment on one of their projects and we’ll choose one lucky winner at random.  We’ll announce the winner on Monday, December 5, 2011.

Isn’t that sweet and easy?

This contest if over and a winner has been contacted.  Thank you.