Bobbie Lou's Fabric Factory is an online fabric store owned and managed by Chelsea Graham. The store is inspired by and named after Chelsea's grandmother, Bobbie Lou. Bobbie Lou was an amazing seamstress and spent most of her free time sewing clothes, dolls, and other beautiful items for her daughters and grandchildren. She hand made fancy holiday dresses as well as countless other treasured items which Chelsea hopes to one day pass on to her own children.
At Bobbie Lou’s we get to do what we love most: hand pick fun, amazing fabrics for creating endless beautiful things! We tend to gravitate towards the vibrant and eclectic and only sell fabrics that inspire our love of sewing and crafting. Set those scissors in motion and create your very own brilliant bundle of our cut to order fat-quarters or fabric yardage. We also have fun sewing patterns and embroidery kits in our online shop.
|Black & White Fabric Collections|
|Rainbow Fabric Collections|
We always offer FREE US shipping on orders over $50 as well as an international shipping discount. We love to ship worldwide!
Today Chelsea is offering a $50 Gift Card to one lucky RPQ reader!
To be in the draw to win the $50 Gift Card please leave a comment on this blog post. Only one comment per person/per email address - email me if you are not able to leave a comment (redpepperquilts at gmail dot com) and I will leave a comment on your behalf. International entries welcome!
The draw will take place at 10pm on Saturday 29 April 2017 (Australia - EDT) at which time comments to this post will be closed. The winner will be announced by edit to this blog post, and will also be contacted by email.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE:
15% off all orders with code
Ends Saturday 29 April 2017
Good luck everyone and thank you for supporting my sponsors.
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