Folksy Ltd

Er….. really?


(Sarah Lambert) #1

You added Lace. This material isn’t in our list but will be added to your item page.
If more people use Lace we’ll add it to our navigation.

You added Rick rack . This material isn’t in our list but will be added to your item page.
If more people use Rick rack we’ll add it to our navigation.

You added Buttons. This material isn’t in our list but will be added to your item page.
If more people use Buttons we’ll add it to our navigation.

You added Calico. This material isn’t in our list but will be added to your item page.
If more people use Calico we’ll add it to our navigation.

I had no idea I used such rare components.


(Linda Wild) #2

I get this pretty much every time I list something :smile:


(Fiona Thomson) #3

not to be pedantic or anything :stuck_out_tongue: but calico is constructed from cotton fibres (and cotton IS on the list)
and ric rac is ric rac and usually made from polyester or cotton?


(Leanne Woods) #4

And very occasionally, when is a button not a button? When it’s a Button. Frustrating but sometimes the capital letter throws it, try lower case for buttons and lace and I would usually use “ric rac” as the spelling too so you could try that.


(Fiona Thomson) #5

oh! well i would never have thought of a button as a material - is the button made from wood, or plastic, or ceramic… that’s what “material” meant to me? (with my voice going up at the end like a question)


(Sarah Lambert) #6

Yes I guess I used the american spelling of ric rac, but I have tried both in the past. :smile:


(Eileens Craft Studio) #7

I know as sometimes buttons are available sometimes I get that message.

I also get it with acrylic yarn, embroidery thread and some times sequins.

I’ve not tried rickrack or Calico yet and yes I’ve had the message with lace oh and also with certain colours red of instance if I don’t choose it from the drop down list and simply type r e d