With just a week left to go in our Indiegogo pre-order campaign, we’ve made it to 25% of our target, with a flurry of activity in the last couple of days. Having broken through the £500 barrier is particularly significant, we’re now searchable on Indiegogo and unhidden from the public again, so we stand to reach a lot more people on Indiegogo who might wish to back us on our way.
We’re so grateful to everyone who’s decided to invest in one (or more) of our products, and to everyone who’s liked a facebook post, retweeted us on Twitter, followed us on Pinterest, read our blog or been there for us through what is quite a stressful as well as exciting process.
But we aren’t there yet! While we’ve now sold the equivalent of 25 t-shirts, we need to take pre-orders for another 75 in order to reach our first target, to release more designs in our collection and to help develop and grow our business, all the while ensuring that you get your t-shirts, badges and colouring books in good time.
If you’re intending to buy but aren’t sure which designs are your favourites, don’t let that put you off. There’s no need to make your mind up on sizes or designs until after the campaign closes, when we’ll send you an email with all your options.
Best of all, there are still a handful of t-shirts available at early bird prices, if you thought you’d missed your chance, think again! Now the countdown is on for our next key milestone of £1000 – who’s with us? Simply click here to visit Indiegogo and chose how many t-shirts you wish to buy – see you there!
There are only a few days left to pre-order to guarantee that your Mimi and Will t-shirt will arrive in time for Christmas. To help you make your mind up, here is a guide to sizing on the t-shirts:
And because we can’t resist another look at the whole of our collection so far, here’s a little reminder of the designs we’ve released for pre-order.
Don’t forget to get yours here: www.tinyurl.com/mw-preorders
On Sunday I attended a t-shirt printing crafternoon at Cushion and Cake.
Pam at Cushion and Cake holds crafternoons regularly throughout the year. It’s a chance to try out a new craft, have some tea and eat some cake. All in all not a bad afternoon!
On Sunday, we were printing on old t-shirts using freezer paper. If you’ve not heard of this technique, you cut stencils using freezer paper, iron them onto your garment, and then fill in the stencils using fabric paint. Here’s a tutorial with more explanation if you want to give it a go, or have a look at this video.
The crafternoon took place in the newly-opened (and as yet unnamed) unit across the road from the Cushion and Cake Tearoom. Pam recently opened this space to host parties, workshops and events. It was looking lovely- the last time I took a peek in it was looking a bit sorry for itself, having lain empty for some years. Pam’s filled it with her signature upcycled furniture, handmade decorations and vintage china, and it looks great.
Cushion and Cake
work in progess
Cushion and Cake
I upcycled an old grey marl t-shirt with purple antlers and neon triangles. I’m quite pleased with how it turned out and it’s given a favourite old shirt a new lease of life.
Crafternoons at Cushion and Cake are held monthly, with more held in November and December for Christmas crafts. Check out the Cushion and Cake site for more details.