Owls are a hoot!
Owls are known for their wisdom and knowledge, and at Colouricious we think it would be extremely wise for you to take advantage of these wonderful Owl blocks that we have in stock at the moment.
This wonderful set of 10 Owls is for sale at only £60 and would be certain to bring a little bit of wisdom to your next crafting project.
If you do use these Owls in your next project please send me a picture of what you have created, we love to see what people are making with our blocks and it gives us inspiration for our projects as well!
How to Order from us
As I am sure most of you know, the main method to order from us is through PayPal. If you have a PayPal account, you can pay directly using that account, but PayPal can also take credit cards if you do not have an account or do not want to set one up. PayPal is quick and very secure, and we have had no issues in dealing with them in all the time Colouricious have been trading.
If however, you do not want to order online, then we are always happy to take a call from a crafter and we can take your order over the phone. Please call between 10.00am – 4.00pm (UK time), and we can take your order and your credit card details over the phone and process it all for you.
Colouricious Textile Holidays
We now only have a few spaces left on our two remaining textile holidays for 2014 to Rajasthan and Jaipur. If you are still considering going on either of these holidays I would strongly recommend you downloading the booking form and making contact with us so we can reserve you a place. These trips are a once in a lifetime opportunity to see block printing in India and you will return with memories and images that you will remember for the rest of your life.
Come and See Us
August has been crazy busy for shows and a big thank you to everybody that came to say hello at The Festival of Quilts in Birmingham and the Great Northern Needlecraft Show in Harrogate. I also want to say a big thank you to all my American friends who visited my stand at Quilt! Stitch! Knit! in Portland and Quilt Week in Grand Rapids. It fills me with joy when I hear all about how passionate you all are with crafting and it really makes all the effort of getting everything to these exhibitions worthwhile.
The exhibition is taking a bit of a break now, so I am taking advantage of this to spend some time back at the office coming up with new projects and ideas for blocks. The next exhibition I will be attending is The Knitting and Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace on October 9th – 12th. I would love to see anybody who can make it.
Learn, Create, Be Happy!