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Welcome to Plush Addict!

We’re a local, family run business started by myself and Mr.Plush (Hubbydasherer) over 9 years ago.

Having grown over the years to become a self-proclaimed sewing superstore, we now stock a huge range of fabric and haberdashery for all your sewing needs!

Hop over to our website and have a browse through our wide range of fabric, including common quilting cottons and dressmaking fabrics but also more unique ones like waterproof, plush, fleece, chalk cloth, flannel, laminate and denim.

As well as fabric you can browse through our maaahoosive haberdashery range which includes everything from bias binding, to fabric glue and adhesive, to interfacing, to ribbons to zips and anything else you could ever need to complete a sewing project!

Our community of seam-stars are the best there is (we’re biased but it’s true!) and they deserve the best of the best for supporting us, particularly during the last year.

That’s why we offer Plush Points every time you make a purchase! – applies to registered customers only so don’t check out as a guest.

Our loyalty scheme rewards you every time you shop, the bigger the cart the bigger the plush points (As if you need an excuse to buy more fabric 😉)

To throw another treat in the mix, we also offer a colour matching service!

It can be difficult buying fabric online with different screens having different colour settings and all the other tech stuff that can get in the way of uniting you with some fabulous prints! So we’ve made your life a little easier.

Wondering if the fabrics you’re buying match each other?

Leave us a comment in the notes asking us to check your colours match and we’ll do it for you! If they don’t? We’ll swap them for you! Easy peasy.

Oh and did we also mention we offer FREE RETURNS on all orders and FREE POSTAGE on orders over £40!

Check out our new arrivals and treat yourself to some fabric or haberdashery!

Follow us @PlushAddict on social media!

8 thoughts on “Shop”

  1. Hi, l saw Diy kit ad from you for little stuffed reindeer in issue of MOLLY MAKES magazine, do you still have them

    1. Hi Joyce, I’m afraid I don’t have a tutorial available for that technique. Have you had a look on YouTube? There are usually lots of tutorials available there or on Google… thanks

  2. I downloaded your Vlieseline product guide. I did not see ILC 151 on the list. Do you know if there is a Pellon equivalent? I am reading that this is good for lining masks. I live in the US and the Vlieseline brand is not sold here. Thanks!

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