SewArty, 5 Warwick House, Station Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1JF, UK
07530 809308

Sewing and Knitting

Welcome to SewArty of Kenilworth. We stock a range of 100% cotton and polycotton sewing fabrics on the bolt, fat quarter bundles and single fat quarters. Our prices are very competitive with cotton fat quarters at only £2 each. Perfect for patchwork, sewing, quilting, applique and dressmaking.

Sewing Fabrics for Patchwork and other Crafts
100% Cotton Fat Quarters, Metres and off the bolt; Poly/Cotton Metres and off the Bolt.
fat quarters cotton
sewing threads
Come and visit our shop at
Shop 5 Warwick House, Station Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1JFGoogle Map

 

Threads, and more sewing Threads
We stock Mettler, DMC, Anchor Perle, Kreinik Metallic and more. Use for Hand and Machine Sewing, Dressmaking, Crochet, Patchwork, Cross Stitch, Tapestry and Embroidery
Wool and Yarn Types
A great selection of  wool and yarns from 3 and 4 Ply, Double Knit (DK), Aran, Chunky to Super/Mega Chunky with accompanying patterns.
Knitting Patterns, Wool and Yarn Brands
James C Brett, Stylecraft, King Cole, UKHKA etc. Jean Greenhowe Toy Patterns
We also provide a knitting service if you would like something special made. Just call in to the shop and ask.
wool-yarn
craft buttons
Buttons, Charms and more Buttons
Big and Little, Plain or Patterned, Sparkly, Novelty, Toggles . . . etc.
Haberdashery - Ribbon Needles Elastic
Ribbon, Bias Binding, Tape, Hook and Loop, Elastic, Wadding, Toy Stuffing, Interfacing, Vilene Bondaweb
We also do many alterations of excellent quality at very competitive prices

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Our Christmas Wish List book is back! Just write down everything you fancy in the shop and when people ask what you want for Christmas, simply send them in!
It's already started!😀🎄❄
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Wow! We were a part of this! Our customers gave so many it was unbelievable! Looks fantastic guys🌺 ...

When Warwickshire people decided to honour the war dead from their local regiment, they set themself a task of making 11,610 poppies, one for each soldier who died in World War One. What came next was quite remarkable. Word spread and tens of thousands of poppies arrived from all over the world.

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