What an ending to this year! A big Thank You goes out to all who contributed to the annual Food Bank drive. Leo and New Haven thank you too. Over 400 pillowcases were taken to Riley Hospital, and  50 to the local VA hospital. The Shop is a drop off site for pillowcases on a continual basis for our local hospitals.  Reminder all fabric must be washed--without sented soap or softener.
Classes having been on a request bases has worked very well. Next year classes will continue, but there will also be new series of small projects, great way to have gifts finished by next Christmas.
Sit and sew days are Tuesday and Thursday. Evelyn and I will be available to help you finish your projects.
Yes, my goal to loose weight continues to keep moving away, but this year...!  Anyone that has a quilting diet that works let me know.

The New Year brings changes:
New Hours
Tuesday-Thursday 10:00-5:00pm
Friday-4:00-8:00pm
Saturday-Monday--By appointment or Chance
Sample Makers
Needed are people willing to make samples. Great way to cover your expenses and satisfy your addiction.
 
 
The end of the year is fast approaching and it's time for a shop inventory. Help us empty the shelves--we hate to count! Lots of sale items in the sale room. Bolt fabric is $4.00 per yard in the sale room. Regular priced fabric is buy one yard get one yard free. Regular priced patterns and fat quarters are also on sale--- buy one get one free. We hope you will also share in the annual Food Bank Drive. Drop off a donation for the food bank and receive a fat quarter per visit.
Come join our Tuesday or Thursday sit and sew days. Stay all day or drop in for part of the day. We will help you finish up those UFO's.
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Due to surgery Deb will be out of the shop for the remainder of the year. Keep her in your prayers and thoughts for a speedy recovery.