Why is Lincraft closing down?
The long-established Lincraft store in Westfield Miranda will close on March 15 after agreement could not be reached on a new lease. The decision has rocked customers of the craft, fabric and yarn business, which has been in the centre for 15-20 years.
How do I contact Lincraft?
If you have an queries concerning your order please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team on 1300 LINCRAFT within our operating hours of Monday – Friday 9am-5pm. Alternatively email our team at [email protected].
Is Lincraft still in business?
As of September 2014, it has 69 locations around Australia and New Zealand. Lincraft (formerly Suzanne Silks) was nurtured by three generations of the Ross family before current owners John Maguire and Brian Swersky established Lincraft Australia in 2005….Lincraft.
How many Lincraft stores are in Australia?
Lincraft has always been led by skilled retailers with a vision that has allowed the company to diversify and grow, with over 60 stores in Australia and New Zealand and exciting plans to open even more!
What are homespun fabrics?
Homespun is a lightweight fabric of fine cotton yarns, produced by using traditional colornial techniques of hand dying, warping, weaving and washing. Color variations and small irregularities are to be expected. They are part of the character and charm of true homespun.
How do you store haberdashery?
Here are 9 ways to store fabric that will leave your sewing space looking organized and beautiful!
- Use skirt hangers to hang your fabric.
- Use bookshelves to fold fabric uniformly!
- Use cardboard to make “mini-bolts”.
- Store fabric in a file cabinet.
- Use drawers to sort fabric by color.
- Hang fabric on a pants hanger.
What does ply mean in yarn?
Ply, plied, or folded, yarns are composed of two or more single yarns twisted together. Two-ply yarn, for example, is composed of two single strands; three-ply yarn is composed of three single strands.
How much is lincraft worth?
Lincraft is worth an estimated $50 million in total.
Where does lincraft ship from?
Lincraft will use Australia Post to deliver your goods.
Is lincraft Australian owned?
Lincraft is 51 per cent owned by the Melbourne families of Bill and Phillip Ross and 49 per cent by Earle Sacher, the South African-born founder of the Reject Shop.