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Regular Hours: Mon - Wed & Sat 9:30 - 6, Thurs & Fri 9:30 - 7, Sun 10 - 5
STRIP CLUB OCTOBER 10th!
Join us from 9-10am and
let's talk TRANSPARENCY
with Karen Huskey! Strip Club
is free for all - bring a project
you're working on to share with
the group! Meet us in our
These ladies had fun at the Pineapple Class!
PFAFF SALE! PFAFF SALE! PFAFF SALE!
We are still an authorized Pfaff dealer and
since we heart Pfaff so much, we are
having a sale - 20% off any new Pfaff.
Treat yourself today; sew the night away!
Two beautiful coordinates for your beach projects, from your beach quilting shop!
Now Offering Quilting Services!
We are happy to announce we are now accepting quilts for quilting services!
Services range from simple edge-to-edge designs to more complex designs. We have nearly a thousand digitalized patterns to choose from - and also offer a combination of custom hand guided design with computer design.
Our pricing is competitive in a range of 1.5 to 3 cents a square inch. Measure quilt length _____ X quilt width _____ = square inches.
We will measure and select the pattern & thread when we meet (thread included in our price is Superior Omni). Backing must be 8 inches longer and wider than the quilt top - batting is your choice. (We have Quilter's Dream - and yes, it's dreamy!!)
Call for more details or to schedule an appointment. "To wrap a quilt around you - feels like loving hug!"
UPCOMING CLASS WITH JOY-LILY
"Squaredance Quilt" by Joy-Lily
4-PLAY BLOCK WORKSHOP WITH JOY-LILY
We are excited to offer this class on October 8th. The class will be held in our upstairs classroom from 10a - 4p. The cost is $40. Call or come in to sign up today!
Joy-Lily's sewing genes go back to the dawn of history. An early ancestor invented the needle – really! Her maternal grandfather was the village tailor and her mother, fresh off the boat, sewed clothes in the sweatshops of New York. Joy-Lily's early years were spent sewing doll clothes and organizing her crayyons by color families. Parting with family tradition, she trained to become a commercial artist in Detroit. She freelanced in New York as an illustrator and print designer before the advent of computer graphics. Joy-Lily first taught quilting in 1985 at a San Francisco senior center. Soon she won a California Arts Council grant that expand her program, adding classes in silk painting and fabric printing. Her teachingresidency continued there until 2000. Her first quilting book Carefree Quilts – A Freestyle Twist on Classic Designs was published in 2012. Currently she teaches a wide range of fabric arts, including free-style quilting, for adult education programs, art centers, and textile guilds.Joy-Lily's quilt designs have appeared in major quilt magazines and won ribbons at quilt shows. Her artquilts have been published and exhibited internationally. She continues to play where the fabric edge meets fine art. See more of her fiber art at www.joy-lily.com .