Monday, 21 October 2013

Miss G's Fabric

Although I haven't yet had the pleasure, I have a feeling that if you sit down for a cuppa with Brenda of Miss G's Fabric, not only will she have a story, or three, to tell, but those stories will be filled with lots of laughter, a few tears and the odd expletive for good measure.

If you're a client of Miss G's Fabric, you'll know that Brenda wears her heart on her sleeve.  Whether expressing her displeasure at the service the national postal carrier provides, or singing the praises of the handmaidens who, in her words, 'make magic' with her fabric, with Brenda, what you see is what you get.

And the same is true for her fabric business.  When asked what Miss G's Fabric is all about, her answer is simple.  Freedom to decide what fabrics you would like, rather than having to buy prints someone else decided you need.

But it's not just the fabric choices available through Miss G's Fabric that show Brenda isn't just in business for herself.  You don't have to look on her Facebook page for long to see the causes she supports, and you'll quickly see that those causes are close to her heart.

You can ask Brenda whatever you want about her son Zak, and the experience of losing a child.  She's open about it, and wants to use her own experiences to benefit others who are going through similar situations.

Cue Angel Baby Nappies.

Angel Baby Nappies supplies tiny cloth nappies to hospitals for babies that have been born prematurely and are too small to fit into normal sized nappies.  Parents of an angel baby get a pack of two nappies, one for the baby to wear and one for the parents to take home to remember their baby by.

Brenda knows how important it is for parents to have a keepsake from the hospital when they go home with empty arms, and so she stocks flannels at cost prices that customers can purchase and donate to this worthy cause.

Despite the hard times that Brenda has experienced her heart is full.  She's got a precocious five-year old who keeps her on her toes, customers to please and causes to support.  She's happy doing what she does and can't wait to see what life throws at her in the future!


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