If you love the primitive look, this is the place for you. We also are longarm quilters and would love to quilt your creation.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Necessity Minders - we love them
a fun time Darlene and Kay had at the show in Kansas City. Of course,
when they're out together something "unusual" always happens.......once
Darlene's insulin froze and they had to drive all over Dallas to find
insulin and needles.......once they left Wichita with 1/4 tank of gas
thinking Joplin was only a few miles away - they made it to the only gas
station for miles around running on fumes.......once Darlene got pink
eye and they googled home remedies - ran all over town looking for raw
honey and goat's milk......this time they went out to start the car
Saturday morning only to find the battery was dead. As luck would have
vehicles were parked on both sides with a fence in front of the car so
the nice motel man and Kay had to push the car up an incline and into
the driveway so he could jump the car. Note to self: if Darlene or Kay
offer to join you on a trip, politely decline.........laugh, laugh,
Welcome to all the new subscribers. Thank you for wanting to join us every Thursday for our weekly newsletter.
We were very excited to receive our shipment of Simply Vintage. We're
convinced this is one of the best quilting magazines on the market and
it's only $17.99. It's a magazine but we view it more as a coffee table
type book of inspiration. If you're on automatic to receive the
magazine, Debby has your order processed. If you're not on auto ship and
would like to be, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a few back issues available
(beginning at the left Summer 2016, Autumn 2016, Spring 2017, Winter
2015). Let us know if you'd like to reserve any (or all) of these.
We also received our shipment of Punch
Needle & Primitive Stitcher. It's filled with 13 inspiring projects
- all for only $8.99. If you're on automatic to receive the magazine,
Debby has your order processed. If you want to be sure you don't miss
an issue, please let us know by e-mailing email@example.com.
When we find a super handy gadget we can't
wait to share it with you. Our friend Michael D shared Necessity
Minders with us before we left for Kansas City. Of course, we have to
test everything before we offer it for sale. This gets a thumbs up.
The Necessity Minder is worn around your neck and will hold a variety of
objects. We used ours to hold our cell phones in Kansas City (simply
insert the flexible holder around the phone protector). It also would
be handy for holding a small purse which would leave your hands free for
shopping, keys while you walk on the beach, scissors so you're not
searching for them, and so many other items.
When you need to use the item, simply press the silver button to release the clips.
At $6 each, they make a great gift for
yourself and all your pals. When you order, let us know what color
you'd prefer: orange, blue, black, light pink, purple, white, dark
pink, green, brown, red, gray, or yellow.
Before we close we must share a project with
you. We love Kim Diehl's primitive look and adore how Jane H put
together Kim's "Sprigs & Twigs" quilt. It finishes 60" x 60". Your
$76.95 kit includes fabric for the top, borders, and binding.
The pattern is in Kim's book "Simple Appeal" and is sold separately. $28.99
The Row by Row shop hop officially began
yesterday. We hope you'll make plans to include us when you're mapping
out your journey. See you soon.