Gorgeous Sponsors

Please note: Sew at Home Mummy is not taking new sponsors until January 2017.
Interested in advertising or sponsoring in the New Year? Email me {here} for a current press package with rates and statistics.

Interested in sponsoring Sew at Home Mummy?
If you're a quilting, sewing, DIY or home decorating-related business and are interested in reasonable advertising rates, email me for further information.

If you have a super-fantabulous DIY, quilty or sewy-related product(s) which you'd like me to use and review (please note entry below "About My Sponsors" section), email me and we can talk!

Current Sponsors of Sew at Home Mummy:

Aurifil is a market-oriented company dedicated to develop new products based on our quality and threads solutions.
Established in 1983, Aurifil is an accomplished Italian company based near Milano, with a full- grown experience in producing superior quality cotton threads for professional and domestic quilters. Our company headquarters is the ground where new ideas generate original items, always more refined and advanced.
The fastest and most sophisticated technology is the strength to aesthetically manufacture all our products and supplies that allows the company to be popular in the market. Our team provides assistance to all the quilting needs through a wide range of threads in several weights & accessories. The Quilters have all the tools to design unique creations.

Aurifil achieved in a short period credit and success all over the world and continuously looks after new market inquires with the will to do always the best!
Purchase Aurifil at your local quilt shop, online quilt shops, or on Amazon {here*}.

Shabby Fabrics is an online quilt shop specializing in floral quilt fabrics and unique quilt kits made from the best manufacturers of today's popular quilting fabrics including Moda Fabrics, Robert Kaufman, Marcus Fabrics, Benartex, Maywood Studio, RJR Fabrics, Lecien, Riley Blake, Lakehouse, and Quilt Gate. They have a large selection of high-quality quilt kits and specialize in laser-cut applique kits. If you’re new to applique or have difficulty cutting out your own applique pieces, these kits are the way to go. All you have to do is peel off the back (the pieces are pre-fused), place them on the background fabric and stitch in place!

Shabby Fabrics has a variety of Block of the Month programs, a 5% back Loyalty Points program, and their shipping in the US is free for orders over $75 (International resies: their rates are 20% less than published rates!)

To learn a bit more about Shabby Fabrics, watch their online video about their origins {here}. Head over {here} to sign up for their twice-a-week newsletter, and {here} to shop at Shabby Fabrics!

An Ontario, Canada-based online fabric store run by Pam, she offers local pick-up and international shipping. Mad About Patchwork carries quilting cotton from well known manufacturers such as Westminster, Freespirit, Michael Miller and Robert Kaufman, and also carries flannel, Minkee (polyester fleece) and soft 21-wale corduroy to add texture to your projects. She has same-day shipping, so your squishy packages get to you sooner! Click {here} to shop at Mad About Patchwork!

The Fat Quarter Shop was founded in 2003 by Kimberly Jolly. An avid quilter, Kimberly began her shop as a side business while still working a corporate position, cutting, packing and shipping right out of her house during evenings and weekends. From the very beginning, she was committed to delivering top-notch service for every single order and customer. The Fat Quarter Shop continues to branch out with the best fabrics, exclusive kits, quilt clubs, BOMs, and more. They offer same-day shipping, free YouTube video tutorials, all the newest collections and free shipping in the US on orders over $80. And they will always be driven by the passion that Kimberly founded the store upon, which is always giving you the best products and service! To shop at the Fat Quarter Shop, click {here}!

Past Sponsors of Sew at Home Mummy:

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For my readers and sponsors: 
Please know that I only accept sponsorship from companies which produce products or sell gear that I believe in, and have tried myself and in no uncertain terms, would I ever falsely suggest a product I didn't love and believe in!

I use the greatest discretion and judgement when writing my product reviews (and when taking on sponsors). I make sure that when I've been asked to review something that I use it extensively before doing so, and I don't promote or suggest products that I wouldn't go out buy myself, or be truly pleased with. If I receive a product to be reviewed that I'm not happy with, I don't review it. My mum always said: if you can't say anything nice...

As a stay at home mum, taking on sponsors allows me to host fabulous giveaways for my readers, tell you about awesome places to shop online and about products you may not have even known about, and helps to fund my fabric stash so I can bring you more free tutorials and block of the month/quilt alongs, such as my Classic meets Modern QAL and my Affordable Midcentury Modern House Numbers tutorial. 

Participating in affiliate programs like Amazon puts a few pennies in the kiddie (literally - a few pennies) each time you click the Amazon product link on my blog. In a year's time, I'll be able to buy a presser foot.

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This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions about this blog, please contact  Erin Davis (sewathomemummy@gmail.com).

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