I love to give things away and so what better way to celebrate the launch of my new Spring/Summer collection than a competition.

Here is your chance to win a pair of fat quarters in either Thunderbolt (in Lemon and Dusk) or Deco (in Carrot and Night), the winner can choose their favourite design.  That’s 2 pieces of hand printed hemp and organic cotton fabric, worth £21.

To see the designs in the new collection please visit my Etsy Shop, the new designs are available by the metre or as fat quarters.

Here is how to enter, it’s nice and simple:

1. A comment left on this post gets you ONE entry in the draw!
2. A comment on this post plus a share on Facebook gets you TWO entries in the draw.
3. A comment on this post, a share on Facebook and a share on Twitter gets you THREE entries in the draw.

Don’t forget to mention in your comment if you’ve also shared on Facebook and Twitter.

The competition is open until midnight on Sunday (21st April).  I’ll choose a winner at random on Monday morning and announce shortly after.

1. Where are the share buttons?  They are at the bottom of this blog post, just click to share with all your friends and followers.
2. What’s a fat quarter?  It’s a piece of fabric 50x70cm and is big enough to make a lovely cushion or whatever else you’d like.

Good Luck :)



Written by Sarah



I love these so much – so bold both in design and colour. Would make amazing cushions on my grey sofa! (I’ve shared on FB and Twitter too).


I am copying Nicky on the above post – my house is Sheffield is not yet a home and these would make great cushions on my blue sofa!

I have been meaning to comment that I saw you in my Cloth magazine – exciting stuff!


These look so great, and the colours are perfect for a British Spring/Summer, occasional bright sun, mixed in with rainy grey days!

I’m looking at setting up my own little Sheffield-based business and always look on your blog and twitter for inspiration and to remind myself that it is possible!



Such nice prints! I just received my order today and hope that more fabric would make me less reluctant of actually using the ones I already have for a project… yup, that definitely makes sense…

I also shared on Facebook.


Lovely lovely. I have already made these into into cushions (in my head of course!). Here’s hoping! x
Shared on FB too


very striking! i love the deco ones…I have some plain tote bags that would be jazzed up nicely with something like this.
(i shall be fb-ing and tweeting too of course!)


Love love love your new fabrics! Gorgeous prints and gorgeous colours I want them all!!!! So many things to make…. :0)
(Sharing on fb & tweeting too…)


I LOVE these! They are so fresh and vibrant without being garish! I have just moved house and it is all painted throughout in a wonderful BEIGE colour!! So I seem to be drawn to colours and crafts even more so as I bring life to my home! shared on facebook and twitter :-)


So many ideas for your fabric!! Is it wrong that one of my projects is a door draft stopper for my very visible front door. One of your new prints would have me smiling every time I greet my door!!!


Great to share your fabrics, the designs are fresh and really Summery, well done! Sharing on Facebook and twitter too, visit me at for Fair Trade and Handmade in the UK gift ware and home accessories


love the night and carrot colour ways, great for making purses and bags (shared on FB & Tweeted too)

Ros Moreton

Its great to see and read about Sarah’s printing. I have followed about a year now and it inspires me to see her colour ranges and ideas for repeat patterns how they work. I do not print myself but practiced a little at uni so know it is a true skill to get such clear clean lines, perfect matches and lovely colours. Sad to see accidents happen but the work must still go on. Will keep posted and hopefully have some of Sarah’s fabrics soon, bought or won they look lovely. And what would I Make? I would like to use the Fabric for some bags, just right for the summer that will be coming to us shortly.

Jane Crawford

I just love the colours. So sorry to hear that you dropped the screen.
Have shared on Facebook.


What a wonderful business you have going here! Beautiful line, I know you’ll be very successful with it. Way to go earth friendly! Inspiring! I am sharing on facebook and twitter also!


Oooh these are just lovely -well done you! I’m sharing this on Facebook..


These look GORGEOUS! My head is already full of ideas of things to make with them!

Gemma Holtam

As someone who grew up near Sheffield (Chesterfield) it’s feels great to see someone from the area working so hard and doing so well. I love the fabrics and as I’ve just given notice on my flat will be able to use them to make something nice for my new home. I hope I win – for extra chances I’ve shared on a link to the comp on my Facebook and Twitter (@gemmaholtam) pages.


Have been following your beautiful work on instagram, I have fingers & toes crossed for luck:)

Amanda Petersen

I’ve been following and admiring your work for quite a while now and have been absolutely thrilled to see all the new work you’ve been producing. I’m currently studying in London and would love a chance to ask you more questions about your design process (from textile designer to aspiring textile designer)! Keep up the fabulous work, Sarah! *Shared on Facebook and Twitter as well.

Patricia Rife

your fabrics are beautiful, so creative, I love them. A talent I wish I shared. Would love to be able to create something from them. Plan on ordering some of your line in the near future. But wouldn’t hurt to win them either.


lovely ,lovely fabrics with a list of things to make with them


Thank you for all the lovely comments and thank you to everyone for entering the giveaway and sharing. I’ve announced the winner on my Facebook page this morning, congratulations to Julie Zittlow, an email has gone out to you already :)

It’s so lovely to hear about all the things you’d all like to make with my fabrics, thank you for sharing and I’m so glad to hear that so many of you like the new designs.

Sarah x


Gorgeous fabrics all of them. Would love to make some soft toys with them they’re so bright.

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