1077 days ago

New fabrics!

Timaru Sewing Centre

New fabrics! This gorgeous devore knit has a swirly floral pattern in opaque black on a translucent mesh. Bold and sure to grab attention, this would be excellent paired with different colours underneath, or more subtle with heavy black textures such as faux fur or wool. This fabric is very in vogue for the winter trends and is a steal at only $24.90, 145 cm wide and made up of 80% polyester and 20% spandex (so it has a decent stretch)

Negotiable

More messages from your neighbours
18 hours ago

Join us for lunch and some new ideas

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, how are you finding life in lockdown? If you're looking for new ways to mix things up at home and in the garden, we can help!

Join us for a virtual lunch from 12.30 today (8 April), when NZ House & Garden and NZ Gardener editors Naomi Larkin and Jo McCarroll will be live on Homed to answer your questions, share their expertise and chat about your latest projects.

From repurposing items you already have to create a stylish new interior, to getting a steer on what you can sow and grow in the garden right now, here's your chance to get help and advice from those in the know.

And if you've already finished some home and garden projects during lockdown, don't be shy... show us what you've done. We'd love to see them! Click here and get in early to submit your questions and join in the fun. You can also email photos of your projects to: homed@stuff.co.nz.

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1 hour ago

Popular Timaru buns back in time for Easter

Doug Sail Reporter from The Timaru Herald

A last-minute lifeline from PM Jacinda Ardern means a Timaru bakery will be able to pump out thousands of its award-winning hot cross buns just in time for Easter.

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5 days ago

Christchurch recycling temporarily halted during Covid-19 crisis

Anna Williams Reporter from The Press

Mixed paper, plastic and glass from Christchurch and Banks Peninsula households will go to landfill, instead of being recycled. If people are struggling to fit all their general rubbish in their red wheelie bin during the lockdown, they can put excess in the yellow wheelie bin - temporarily.

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