Welcome to Sew Irish

Here at Sew Irish you can find dressmaking fabrics and specialist haberdashery, knowledgeable service, and the best brands: delivered direct, throughout Ireland. We stock haberdashery and supplies for every type of sewing, whether you’re a seamstress, dressmaker, fashion student, designer, quilter, crafter or hobbyist.

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Find all your sewing needs from fabric, sewing machines, sewing patterns, sewing tools, fastenings, haberdashery, quilting accessoriesembroidery kits, and more.

Always open online!

Following the Taoiseach’s statement on 27th March, in respect of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, we will be restricting our hours of work, which may result in slight delays in shipping your orders.

Look after yourselves, take care … and wash your hands

The Miltown Malbay shop is currently closed

Hopefully we’ll be back to normal soon and you will be able to come in and see our newest products, including the latest dressmaking fabrics and quilting accessories.

Come and try our range of Sewing Machines or join a Sewing Class<Find out more>

Main Street, Miltown Malbay

Delivery within the ROI from just €1.50, and FREE for orders over €49.95

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Save 50% on all Butterick patterns

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Blog

Read my Blog for news, offers and sewing tips.

Cooperation, competition and customer service

This is Roxan. Roxan is a dressmaker who owns a shop selling haberdashery and fabric. Like me. Although that’s probably where any similarities end. Her little Aladdin’s Cave is in Saint Gaudens, in sunny SW France; mine is in wild and windblown Miltown Malbay, on the West Coast of Ireland. However, it turns out we […]

Value for money or false economy?

For the majority of my beginners’ “Kickstart Dressmaking” course, my aim is to demonstrate each step of the construction process, by making up the same pattern, stage by stage. Because my learners are beginners, most of them – if they own a machine at all – own a fairly basic, budget model. For this reason, […]

Toyota SL3335 Overlocker Review

Goodness knows how, but I carelessly broke one of the guide pins on my trusty Huskylock 905 overlocker, and my backup machine has been left in France, after I was firmly told that there was no room in the car after our summer break. I’m running an overlocker workshop next weekend, and experience has told […]