Take A Look: Our Creative Customers

You really are a talented bunch – we love taking a look at customer projects made using Closs & Hamblin products and we thought we would share some of them with you. If you would like to submit your latest knitting, sewing or craft creation then just tag @clossandhamblin on Facebook, Twitter  or Instagram.

Scroll down to look at the truly amazing creations!


This gorgeous dress was created (and is modelled) by Karen, our haberdashery, craft and yarn buyer. Made for a late summer wedding, the print and style are perfectly suited to the season!


Made by Vee, all the way from Pennsylvania USA, this charming tea set features our London Map fabric and looks amazing!



Our own Elaine from HO is a woman of many talents – quilting, dressmaking, crochet, flower making and more!



Melissa is a regular store visitor and creates exquisite garments using the fabrics she finds – follow her on Instagram (@ediefox79) to see more of her wonderful creations!

Beth from our Tunbridge Wells store is another maker with many strings to her bow – from her beautiful stitchscapes to table runners, cushions, quilts and more!

To find out more about Beth and her creations, visit her blog.



These truly stunning quilted jackets have been created by Catherine Lawes using a Vogue pattern and fabrics purchased at our Eastbourne store. Both have been entries in the Festival of Quilts exhibition.

To find out more about Catherine and her work, visit catherinelawestextiles.com


A timeless two-colour granny square blanket, knitted by Anonymous of Brighton!


This fantastic Autumnal pompom garland and sweet Halloween decorations have been created by our youngest maker Fuzzie Bro (aged 9)!

We love to see the wonderful things our customers have created with their purchases so don’t be shy – tag us on social media @clossandhamblin or email us at web@candhfabrics.co.uk! We can’t wait to see your projects.



  • Jean Kelly

    I was very disappointed when you closed your shop in Windsor. OK, there is still the knitting wool concession in Daniels which I use regularly. But it is very frustrating when you send your emails showing off all the lovely fabrics that we can no longer buy in Windsor.

    • Sarah Stephens

      Hi Jean, Thank you for your comment and I’m sorry to hear you are frustrated with the email received regarding our latest blog post. This certainly wasn’t intended as ‘showing off’ but as a celebration of the wonderful things our customers have made using fabrics and yarns purchased at their local store. We do offer a lovely range of patchwork and dress fabrics online which are available to purchase and I have included a link to this should you wish to browse the website. If you would prefer not to receive further emails from us, please let me and I will remove you from our mailing list.