Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Cyber Monday sale : 25% off all embroidery patterns

Cyber Monday, the day the world is encouraged to shop online, is almost here and once again I’m offering 25% off all my hand embroidery patterns and editions of The Stitch & Thimble. And I’m extending the sale this year to all three of my online shops – on Etsy and Craftsy, and my SA shop for those of you who live in South Africa.



If there’s anything you’ve had your eye on, Monday is the time to buy it. The holiday season is tantalisingly close and there's plenty to choose from, whether you’re looking for festive designs to stitch or an embroidery project to work on over the holidays.

The sale runs from the evening of Sunday, 30 November to the morning of Tuesday, 2 December (SA time, GMT +2). This should give you all a chance to shop on 1 December, irrespective of which time zone you live in. And you can follow me on Twitter or like my Facebook page for live updates on the sale.
  • To shop on Etsy, add all the items you’d like to buy to your shopping cart and enter the coupon code KFNDCYBERMONDAY2014 when you check out to get 25% off your total spend. For more info on how to apply the coupon code, read here. Please note that I have to manually relist items on Etsy, so if you find the pattern you’re after is marked as “sold out” you can either hang in there and give me a chance to renew it (bearing in mind that it may well be the middle of the night here in Johannesburg, in which case I’ll be up early to renew items) or try my Craftsy shop, where the items renew automatically.  
  • If you prefer to shop on Craftsy, the price shown will already have 25% taken off with the usual price in the product description for comparison.
  • For South African buyers through my SA shop, the system is the same as usual, but with prices already reduced and the usual prices given for comparison. 
So please diarise Cyber Monday at Kelly Fletcher Needlework Design on 1 December, it’s the perfect opportunity to stock up on patterns and plan new projects.

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