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Hours for Christmas and beyond


Merry Christmas, Quilters!

We will be closing at 12Noon on Christmas Eve.
We will reopen on January 2, 2015.

I will be supervising Mom, Grandma and Cousin Liz doing inventory. 
They need lots of supervision. You never know what kind of trouble they will get into.

As many of you know, this is my first Christmas. I hope Santa brings me and my sisters some new toys. We've chewed up most of ours. Mom says I have to go to bed early tomorrow night so Santa will come.

Don't forget we have a great class in January and we will be having a Mystery Quilt in January and February.

On Saturday, January 10, 2015, Linda Mitchell will be teaching "Free Motion" Quilting. Learn to do free motion quilting on your sewing machine. The class is from 10am-3pm & is $49.00.

The Mystery Quilt will be on January 17, 24, 31 and February 7. 10a-12p  It's $29 when you sign up and $29 for each of the following classes. Your quilt will be wall hanging size but directions for a larger quilt will be included in the class.  The Mystery Quilt will be taught by Judy Snyder and Mary Lou Palmer.
I think making a Mystery Quilt would be a fun way to spend a cold Saturday morning. If you want, I can test it out for you to make sure it's comfy. Dog hair adds character, doesn't it?

When you sign up for a class, get 15% Off your class project fabric when purchased at the time of signing up for the class.  Just think of the savings if you used Clearance Fabric!

For those of you who have signed up for the Fabric Challenge Project, don't forget your FCP is due on Saturday, January 3, 2015.
Voting will be from January 5-9, 2015. You may vote once a day for your favorite FCP, folks.
If you aren't participating in the FCP, don't forget to vote for your favorite FCP! All  winners are determined by you, our quilting customers.

Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
(I'm always happy, my tail is almost always going)

Your furry friend,
Obi the Wonder Dog
Oh yeah, Maryanne & Mary Lou, too. (almost forgot them)