Thursday, November 28, 2013

We want to hear from you...

                    


We hope you have a wonderful day with your family! Don't forget we have an amazing sale going on for the next 5 days.


It's a great time to stock up on your basics, get anything you need for your New Years Eve look, or get fabrics for you diy holiday gifts. Whatever your in the mood for you can't beat these prices!


 

As we get ready to start 2014 we're reflecting on this year. We're so thankful for all our followers and shoppers. We have had tremendous growth this year and we feel so blessed by that, but we also know to keep growing we have to always be looking at what we're doing and what we could be doing better. Please take  a minute, comment below, and tell us what you want to see on our site and blog in the new year. Your opinion matters to us. We want to be your one stop shop, weather you visit our retail store front in Los Angeles or you shop us online.  From the comments below we will pick one lucky winner* and send them a goodie bag of fabric. We will announce the winner here on December 23rd. (*Remember you must follow this blog to win)

Again, have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Enjoy your family, some delicious food, and than do some shopping!

Enjoy!

UPDATE: We would like yo thank everyone so much for the lovely comments and feedback! The winner is announced in today's post!



54 comments:

  1. Please offer Paypal as another option to pay online. I love your retail store!

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I so agree. I am working on it. Thank you!

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  2. Offer more than one view of your fabric. For those of us who are not familiar with the different types, it helps us to make better choices.

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    1. Great suggestion. We will keep that in mind as we photograph. If you ever have questions on the weight or feel please feel free to drop us an e-mail. Thank you.

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  3. When I search for something and the search results populate, I like being able to "VIEW ALL" rather than clicking tab after tab - I just think I make a better decision when I can see most (if not all) my options at the same time. =) I love you guys!

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    1. What I suggest is changing the page size from 9 to 72. This will really decrease the number of tabs you have to look through. Thank you for your feedback! Happy holidays!

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  4. Please add a link to this blog on your website. If there is one I can never find it. I don't buy much but I visit the website and sight shop all the time. You guys are awsome!

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    1. Hi. The blog is at the top of the page on the right side. Happy holidays!

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  5. I live in Long Beach and take the Blue Line to the store. Few of my guild members have been there. I want to organize a field trip. You never regret buying quality.

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    1. We would love that. Please send me an e-mail to me at regina@lowpricefabric.com. Have a great day!

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  6. Please add a page in the navigation header of your main website with a link to this blog. And maybe do a newsletter for updates. Merry Xmas and Happy New Year in advance. Hoping to see more sales. :)

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    1. Hello. The link for the blog is on the top right of the web site. We do newsletters every month. You can sign up here so you don't miss out...http://www.lowpricefabric.com/email_list.htm
      Thank you and happy holidays!

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  7. I love your site and blog. I think it would be nice to see pics of items made with your fabric.. It it great inspiration and makes me feel like I have to get the fabric ASAP.

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  8. I agree with others--the blog needs to be more visible on the LowPriceFabric.com page. I did a search for 'blog' (control+F) and I found zilch results. Oh! I just realized that the "Orange B" is the link to the blog. That was not apparent to me.

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  9. I love you site and the fast delivery of my fabric. I live all the way in a small rural Arkansas town with no fabric shops within 100 miles. I agree with Charlene about needing inspiration pictures of items from your fabric.

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  10. I love that you guys are now using Blogger! It makes it a lot easier to add comments. I also love all the updates on IG that's how I get to see the new fabrics you have. I don't see much activity on Facebook I would like to see that and maybe some guest bloggers? The first poster mentioned paypal that would be nice...

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  11. Paypal and comments option...FIESTA :)

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  12. I would like to see tutorials using the fabrics you carry and sales! Thanks!

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  13. I love tutorials and bios on designers!

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  14. I wish the blog archives were organized a little better by subject

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  15. I love your site for apparel fabrics and have ordered several times. Great value and beautiful quality on every cut I've purchased. So glad I found you via Sew Caroline and Mimi G.

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    1. Hi Julie, you have been picked as a winner of this promotion! We have not heard from you yet, so please check our latest post under Give Aways tab!

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  16. Love the instructions. Would like to see a table of contents.

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  17. offer more than one view of fabrics

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  18. Please add more dance fabrics and stretch items that go with them (fringe, lace, ribbon...) I love everything about your store and it's my go-to store when I need something in a hurry..you always have it without fail. I visit downtown LA frequently, but being able to see and easily order online in a pinch has been wonderful! Thank you!

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  19. I just found your website and blog! Like what I have seen so far. I would like to see information on fabric care added to the fabric details. When I shop at brick and mortar stores this information is readily available on the bolt end, but online....nada. Knowing if the fabric must be dry-cleaned or can be machine washed is very important!!! Maybe even an article or series on the blog could be done. Thanks!!

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  20. I would like to see completed projects using Michael Levine (M.L.) fabrics; sew-alongs, customer completed sewn clothing, customer Home Dec projects using M.L. fabrics, and step-by-step tutorials. Please start accepting Paypal as a form of payment. Thank you for such a large selection of quality fabrics at decent prices.

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  21. I would like to see the shipping savings for orders over $75.00 applied to foreign order shipping. I am not expecting completely free shipping, but a discount would be nice

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  22. I'm new to this blog, but I would love to see a DIY project that teaches you to knit or crochet something. Or even a project that show you how to make a hat.

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  23. I love tutorials as everyone seems to have just that little different take on how to work with uncommon materials. Also under your tutorials I notice that three of them do not list what the actual project is e.g. is it the green top or the black skirt? You do not actually know until you click on the button

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  24. I would like to see projects made with some of the fabric you carry, more giveaways, kits, and maybe getting your followers a discount. Thank you for wanting our input. I signed up for the newsletter but did not see a blog button. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  25. I would love to see more light and medium weight 100% linen on the website.

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  26. Browsing thru your site, I can't find anything I would add except more clearance or sale items. I always look for the best deal.

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  27. I see there are no licensed fabrics on the website, but I know the store carries many. Maybe you could feature some of those? This time of year the flannels would be great for children's PJs and robes (hey, adults like them, too!)

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    1. Hello,
      We do have many licensed prints online, both under cotton prints & flannel prints. Take a look, there are some great ones. Happy holidays!

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  28. I'd like to see fabric care instructions along with the fabric description - is it washable, dry clean only, hand wash/dry clean, etc.?

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  29. I love your monthly calendar of deals. It's hard to get down to LA sometimes for the really good ones (especially first thing in the morning since I have young kids) so I'd love to have a coupon that spans multiple days or is a blog follower special!

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  30. tutorials and ideas for using your fabrics.

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  31. I would love to see some tutorials!

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  32. You could offer Paypal as a payment option.

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  33. I'd like some way to get a feel for the pattern scale on the fabrics, ie images of items made, ruled edges on the thumbnails, or a quarter in the corner of the thumbnail. Just something to help me see if the scale is right for whatever project I have in mind. I'd also like to see fabric care included, too.

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  34. I'd like to see more Cotton's, Cotton's, Cotton's.

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  35. I'd like seeing suggestions for what to make from the various fabrics. Maybe even tutorials.

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  36. I would love to see tutorials on projects using your fabrics. When I see something made up, I get really excited about trying it.

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  37. How about some simpler projects. Would like to start teaching my granddaughters to sew.

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  38. Please continue to provide info on your blog - I don't use Facebook and rely on the blog for new info - and keep those emails coming too! And I agree - more Cottons for us quilters!

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  39. Fabric care and projects done with your lovely fabrics.

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  40. I love your blog and pics of your designs and all the wonderful colors you use. You have a very refreshing outlook in the fashion industry that people at home can enjoy! Thank you so very much!

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  41. I guess I forgot to tell you what I wanted to see in the New Year and the blog. I would love to see current up to date trends and what are new how colors if any. Any tips or tricks for any difficult patterns. Thanks bunches!

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  42. Tips and or tricks for the new year I need them HaHa , I love your blog

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  43. We would like yo thank everyone so much for the lovely comments and feedback! The winner is announced in today's post!

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