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Workshop :: Embroidery Patch Making

PatchWorkshop2_grande PatchWorkshop3_grandeCome learn all the tips and tricks you need to be a master patch maker with El Patcha embroidery. She will teach you all the steps to make a patch you’ll be proud to show off on your favourite jean jacket! No previous experience is necessary, all skill levels are encouraged to come and do their thing via needle and thread.

All materials will be provided including an embroidery starter kit in a hand sewn canvas pouch – kit includes, embroidery scissors, felt, transfer pencil, and embroidery needles. Some flash style sheets with be provided for tracing, or come with a picture or just an idea!

Workshop date:
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
6:00pm to 9:00pm

London Fields Shoppe
692 East Hastings Street, Vancouver

Cost: $40.00 plus tax // REGISTER online here or at London Fields Shoppe between 11-4pm Wednesday to Sunday.

Workshops are a final sale and are non-refundable. Class dates / times are non-transferable.

Six Cent Press

Six Cent Press // Sunshine from Six Cent Press on Vimeo

Got Craft? hearts their vendors and we wanted to create something special for them to wear. We partnered up with Six Cent Press and The Beautiful Project on these amazing vendor buttons last year and we can’t wait to share our new design for 2016 to celebrate a decade of Got Craft!

This video piece was shot at Six Cent Press headquarters in Vancouver by Giant Ant to acknowledge their 13 years in the business and to showcase the button making process.To learn more about Six Cent Press, visit the links below:

website | facebook | instagram

* not sponsored

do-it-yourself Button Making

ButtonMakerMake your own buttons at London Fields Shoppe! We have two sizes for you to choose from – 1″ and 1 1/4″. Email us at hello @ londonfieldsshoppe.com for a button making template and follow these easy steps to creating your own personalized buttons!

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You can choose to use a computer ready image or print the template provided and draw an image directly on to the paper. Make sure to keep your design within the circle, so that nothing gets cut off – inner circle: your image / outer circle: background colours. Create identical designs or different ones!

Finished button designs need to be printed on a regular weight photocopy / printer paper. Print off the number of button designs that you plan to make. We have a special circle cutter at the shop, so there is no need to hand cut each button design before arriving.

Email us with the time / date you wish to come to the store and make your buttons. A reminder that we are open from 11-5pm Wednesday to Sunday and the last time slot is 3:00pm. I would recommend giving yourself at least an hour depending on the number of buttons you wish to make.

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There is a minimum order of 30 buttons of the same size. Less than 30 buttons = $2.00 each plus tax.

1″ buttons – 50 cents each plus tax (based on a minimum of 30 buttons)
1 1/4″ buttons – 60 cents each plus tax (based on a minimum of 30 buttons)

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Contact us here if you have any questions!

* Cutter and button maker is for in-store use only.
* Sorry, we do not offer button making services. You will need to come in to the shop and make your own buttons.
* We are unable to offer graphic services to assist you with your button design. If you are looking for some help, we would be happy to recommend a few designers that we have worked with in the past.
* There is no special pricing for large quantities of buttons at this time.

wedding wednesday :: the non-“traditional” boutainnaire

wedding wednesday 1wedding wednesday 2wedding wednesday 3wedding wednesday 4wedding wednesday 5wedding wednesday 6The cost of wedding flowers can add up especially if you have a large wedding party. Today’s Wedding Wednesday includes a round up of some super fun non-traditional boutainnaire ideas that won’t break the bank.

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images via {one} 100 layer cake | We Call This Love, {two} Green Wedding Shoes | Jagger Photography, {three} Green Wedding Shoes | Studio Castillero, {three} Style Me Pretty | birds of a feather, {five} Style Me Pretty | Megan Hartley Photography, {six} Cox and Cox, {seven} 100 Layer Cake | Megan Clouse Photography