Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Advertising your business, group or event at Stash reHash

At Stash reHash we have a table set aside for information likely to be of interest to Stash reHash customers.  Last time all the brochures, flyers, business cards etc on this table were snaffled up and taken away.  As I go around town delivering Stash reHash posters and flyers (dangerous business - see below) I've been collecting more information for this table but I'd love to receive more.

So if you have any sort of shop or business, event, upcoming sale, discount vouchers, craft group, classes, exhibition, organisation or other that you think would be of interest to the sort of crafty people who come to a fabric market, then I'd love to hear from you to help advertise it.  Email me at and I'll be in touch next week to arrange how you can get your advertising material to me.

My day out yesterday delivering posters proved to be a lot of fun but also a wee bit dangerous.  Pictured above is the nearly finished quilt I made last night between doing the dinner dishes and watching Lost.  The front is fabric I bought at the always gloriously tempting Bolt of Cloth yesterday afternoon The back is fabric I bought at Stash reHash last time, sandwiched in the middle is one of my woollen blankets and the edges will soon be bound with ancient stash fabric.  All those times my not-so-subtle little cowgirl has left our computer screen displaying this page have finally had the desired effect.


  1. Ooh this is absolutely gorgeous fabric Deidre, I love it! I daren't go into Bolt of Cloth since I came out with the Heather Ross, "Princess and the Pea" design which is still waiting to be made up into a quilt cover...

  2. Thanks Anne, and I've just finished it and tucked her in. The Princess and the Pea fabric is so cute - it will come up beautifully.

  3. I'm so excited to discover another Christchurch blogger! It's lovely to (virtually) meet you. And thank you - I'm sending you through the email with the details of my sale now. I'm trying to keep the numbers fairly intimate, but if you know someone who is likely to be interested, that would be great.

    Andrea xx