New Improved Shopping Experience for SB Customers
We listened when you told us what would make shopping at sawyerbrook.com easier. Thank you for your ideas!
What you’ll find when you browse our re-designed site…
Thanks to Colleen and Dixie you’ll see beautiful new photography on our newest products and we’ll continue to see update existing photos on our web site.
Thumbnails are now larger giving you more information as you scan the department pages. Once you click in, you’ll find larger photos in an array of formats to help you understand the nature of the fabric and the full view of the print.
New Collection Names
Based on input from customers, we have re-organized our departments in both the fabric and the button stores.
Work Day All the fabrics you need to help you create your office wear from suitings to blouses, dresses, jackets and tops.
Casual Day Fabrics for your leisure days …denims, twills, cords and more
Evening Fabrics meant for evening out whether its date night or a more dressed up affair.
Button categories are now listed by function
Statement Buttons are eye-catching and unique
See All the Categories at DistinctiveButtons.com
Services at your Fingertips
You can add Best Match Service directly from your shopping cart. Next to each item, you will find a button that will add the item details to your request while continuing to provide you with space to tell us exactly what you want… the more info, the better. If you want Best Match Service for items not in your current cart, simply choose the link at the bottom of the cart or under the Services tab on the top navigation.
Have a question about the fabric before you purchase? Visit our Services page to Email a Fabric Specialist. Simply submit a question to our Fabric Specialists, and you’ll receive a response from someone who sews and has full knowledge of the fabrics in our store. Our specialists will be happy to help you with the characteristics of the fabric, color assessment (since we understand every monitor is different) and care of the fabric. We respectfully ask you to keep your questions focused on the fabrics rather than general how-to sewing questions that are best answered by the sites that offer technique classes and forums.