July recap


                                   

Hello quilters!
 For some of you folks, this will a repeat of July's newsletter.  I found a problem in our system that was preventing a lot of you from getting your e newsletters.  Hopefully, everyone will now get their newsletters.

We are now into our new Shop for those who didn't realize it.  Our new address is on the above photo.  We have a lot more room and will be getting even more lighting install in the beginning of July.  We have off street parking and central air conditioning.

We will be involved in the 2014 Row by Row Experience this year. (Nationwide Shop Hop). 
Here is the link to the Row by Row Experience website:
http://www.rowbyrowexperience.com/
For those who did receive the July newsletter, this link should open better for you.
Our row theme is Summer!
                    

Both kits & the free pattern will be available. 
One free pattern per customer.  You cannot collect a free pattern for yourself & your friends.  You can, however, get a free pattern &  buy as many kits as you like. Or just buy the kit.
Our kits will be priced at $16.95. It includes directions, template for the "paper plate", fabric & fusible Easy Steam.
You may enter your finished quilt in one quilt store only. No matter what state you turn your quilt into as a winner, that is the only quilt store you may turn it into.
We will be taking and displaying the winning quilt for our shop in our new gallery for the duration of the contest. To find the complete list of rules, please, visit the Row by Row Experience website.

The Sewing Machine Doctor will be in on Thursday, June 26, 2014 from 10am-1pm.  He requires a check made out to Jack Sutliffe in the amount of $52.95 when you drop off your sewing machine.  This is the cost of cleaning your machine, including tax.  We still require customers who drop off their machines, to pick up their machines within 5 days of having your machine cleaned and/or repaired.  All machines are finished on the same day, unless, Jack calls you to tell you otherwise.  We highly recommend you put a return address label on your machine or case with your telephone number to identify your machine.

Keep on stitchin',
Maryanne & Mary Lou