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BHL coming to a haberdashery near YOU!

We want your suggestions!!

There's no denying the fact that The Whole Wide World is a big place (and it costs good money to send stuff around it). Looking at our stockists page, it warms our heart to think of all our babies that have already made their way to haberdasheries far and wide, but we're always on the lookout for more retailers so that our patterns can get to you faster and more economically.

If you want to see By Hand London patterns stocked in your local haberdashery/town/island/planet, please leave us a comment below with their name so we can hunt them down.

If you own a shop, whether it be bricks & mortar or online; well established or just starting out, and you want to carry By Hand London patterns, please drop us a line at victoria@byhandlondon.com or leave us a comment below and we'll get in touch with you.

Ta very much! xxx

  • Elisalex de Castro Peake

Comments on this post ( 14 )

  • Feb 09, 2015

    I would love to find BHL in Abakhan in Stoke on Trent x

    — Sophie

  • Feb 09, 2015

    There’s a lovely shop in Dublin that might be worth contacting: www.theclothshop.ie

    They have a couple of indie pattern brands there, and I’m sure they’d be interested.

    — Niamh

  • Feb 07, 2015

    The closest fabric shops to me are John Lewis in Cheadle, and Abakhan in Manchester. I would love to see your stock nearby! Kx

    — Kristy Ney

  • Feb 07, 2015

    Silk Road Textiles in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA!

    I also second Pacific Fabrics—my parents live in Seattle and I always find a great selection of apparel fabrics there. BHL would be the perfect fit!

    — Kerry

  • Feb 07, 2015

    The Workroom in Toronto please!!
    www.theworkroom.ca

    — Emily

  • Feb 06, 2015

    If you’re looking to stock in Toronto, The Workroom is a fabulous place to do it. They stock all kinds of indie patterns already.

    http://www.theworkroom.ca/

    — Katrina

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Patch Halifax in halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    — Honeycreweller

  • Feb 06, 2015

    I would love to see tour patterns make their way into Amsterdam’s Haberdasheries!

    My favorite is A. Boeken:
    http://aboeken.nl/contact/

    Another popular one is Jan de grote Kleinvakman:
    http://www.jandegrotekleinvakman.nl/index.php?action=extra&extra=A_mail_naar_jan&lang=nl

    And finally a list of most Brick and Mortar fabric stores in the Netherlands:
    http://www.textiel-info.nl/azindex.php

    Good luck!

    — Canal Couture

  • Feb 06, 2015

    I would love to see your patterns make their way into Amsterdam Haberdashery’s!

    My favorite is A. Boeken:
    http://aboeken.nl/contact/

    Another big one is Jan de grote Kleinvakman:
    http://www.jandegrotekleinvakman.nl/index.php?action=extra&extra=A_mail_naar_jan&lang=nl

    And here is a list of all brick and mortar fabric shops across the Netherlands:
    http://www.textiel-info.nl/azindex.php

    Good luck!

    — Canal Couture

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Millie Moon, Frome.

    — Anna-Jo

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Hi ladies,

    Have you looked at the dutch site Www.naaipatronen.nl yet? They stock Tilly&theButtons as well…

    Best regards,
    Anja

    — Anja

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Ringwood Fabrics (ringwood hants)

    The only fabric shop for miles around near me!

    — Rosseroo

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Please check out A Verb for Keeping Warm in Oakland, CA.

    — Sue

  • Feb 06, 2015

    Pacific Fabrics in Washington, USA. PRETTY PRETTY PLEASE.

    — Denise

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