Monthly Archives: July 2010
Floral Greetings Cards
Because we love our Floral Cotton Poplin ladies so much, we have used Delia, Emma, Cherry and Sally to develop a set of pretty greetings cards.
Utterly unique to Ray Stitch, they can be bought individually as a card and envelope set for £3.00, or as a group of all four different designs for £10.00. Find them in our haberdashery section here.
As promised, we have two lovely new patterns from Colette in the shop - her latest designs from which you can make your own slinky summertime lingerie!
Nutmeg includes a sweet little "bralette" that ties in the back and at the shoulders with ribbons and looks perfect in a soft silky fabric. It also includes a pair of short french knickers, and longer tap pants with a pointed yoke. They are very easy to make, pretty, and comfortable.
Cinnamon is a bias-cut slip dress with a pointed midriff band in the front and double straps that loop through the front bodice. It can also be made as a camisole. Super flattering and best of all, it’s sewn with only 6 pattern pieces!
Ray Stitch Pop-Up - launched and running for 3 weeks...
Last night was the launch of our 3 week stay in the Wallace Sewell shop. Thanks to Emma and the girls for helping to set it all up - it looks fabulous though we do say so ourselves! Try and 'pop down' to the 'pop-up' if you're in that part of London - there are some VERY nice shops on Amwell Street. In fact, this Sunday (18th July) would be a very good day to visit because it's the day the local shop-owners and residents will be having their 3rd annual Summer Street Fete and there's lots of fun to be had - even some al fresco stitching opportunities!
Above: Rachel and Emma outside the shop; the lovely Wallace Sewell girls; Ray Stitch corner.
Below: Amwell Street Fete Flyer.