Sew Many Fabrics is a long-standing business in Australia that offers local and international clients fabric, textiles, and other sewing accessories. I established this company for the purpose of providing for the needs of individuals who wish to find only the finest materials for their sewing projects.
My name is Sandy Royal, and back during the 1980s, I worked at an old-fashioned drapery store and learned the fine skills needed to manipulate textiles and upholster all types of fabric. My career in the textile industry abruptly ended when I found a new job and started my own family.
It wasn’t until the end of 2019 that I found an opportunity to start the very first Sew Many Fabrics store in Glen Innes, New South Wales. This humble, brick-and-mortar store opened during the first month of 2020 and consistently operated until the end of June 2023.
Closing down the Glen Innes store was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made, but I eventually realised that it opened plenty more opportunities for the business to pivot and grow across a range of media and internet platforms.
I am taking the time between closing the bricks-and-motar store and opening the online shop to seek out new suppliers, and build the McCulley Design range of patterns.
Our primary products include a diverse range of exceptional-quality fabrics that you can use for dressmaking, crafting, and curtaining purposes. In addition to these, I also stock an impressive selection of haberdashery items that can prove useful for any project you’re working on.
The kits and patterns are meticulously designed and tested by experienced and new sewers. Although my kits have limited quantities, the patterns I supply are available to be downloaded online.
For those who are seeking to learn the art or improve their skills, I also will advertise different face-to-face and online workshops being held throughout the year. You can stay updated with the help of my website’s blog, newsletter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Past workshops have been designed using English Paper Piecing (EPP), hand embroidery, crochet, and a variety of sewing techniques that you can also learn. Upcoming workshop sessions can also be tailored to suit the needs, preferences, and goals of its attendees.