Monday, May 2, 2011

New Partners: A Child's Dream and Alewives Fabrics


Happy May!

We're so excited to announce two new partners this month: A Child's Dream Come True and Alewives Fabrics.

Our readers make this blogging business and the commitment it requires all worth it. Your support and comments never fail to make our day! And for that, we like to thank you and spoil you with giveaways. It's such a treat for us to share our favorite vendors and shops with you guys through our blog, and a treat for you when these wonderful partners generously offer giveaway prizes!

A Childs Dream

A Child's Dream Come True offers natural crafts and toys, children's books, felting kits & supplies, and all you need to create your own wool art. They've been around since 1989 and are a fabulous source of Waldorf supplies for art, handwork, crafts, pentatonic music and instruments, and imaginative play. Their wool felt and felting supplies are particularly amazing.

Be sure to check out their website (including their free projects) and "like" them on Facebook. Stay tuned for a wonderful giveaway from them next week!

Alewives Fabrics is housed in an antique barn in Damariscotta Mills, Maine. Owner Barbara runs the store along with her daughter Rhea, who manages the shop. Alewives Fabrics is known for an eclectic mix of carefully selected fabrics: the best of contemporary designs, mixed in with vintage graphics. It's easy to lose track of time while browsing their fabric selection, and check out their wonderful kits and patterns!

You can find Alewives Fabrics on Facebook, Twitter, and don't forget Rhea's blog. They're participating in an awesome giveaway just a little later today, so make sure to come back for a visit!

Lark Crafts and Hawthorne Threads are sticking around in our Partner posse this month, and being generous again. (Do we have your attention?)


  1. exciting! already have a deep love for rhea and the gang at alewives!

  2. Thanks Jenny! We're so excited, not only does Rhea have fabulous taste, she is just lovely to work with, too!

  3. I've had a look at their website: they sell very unusual fabrics too!
    Great find!


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