Monday, May 4, 2020

Weekly Special

Happy Monday, we got some positive news this past weekend with a plan for the staged relaunch of our Economy. We are hoping that we are part of the retail sector that can open with restrictions on May 14 but are still waiting for confirmation on that. As soon as we know for sure we will let you know.
Last week in the May Newsletter I mentioned that we will be adding a new section to the website called Weekly Special.
Each week we will put a different collection of fabric, patterns or notions on sale. The sale prices will be valid until the following Monday, when I change them out to a new one.
The discount amount may vary as well each week. There will be no need to enter any special codes at checkout, the discounts will already be shown and applied.
This week the Special is Little Snippets by Bonnie and Camille. We have put the yardage, precuts and kits on sale, and they are over 15% off. If this collection has been calling your name act quick, because it will go quickly I'm sure.
Here is a direct link to the items. 
The Summerville Quilt Kit does not have a photo listed, but the fabric coloring is similar to the Fabric on the pattern cover, just no Navy Blue, but Charcoal Grey instead. ( I am thinking I need to make each  of the four seasons of this one because they are all so cute, Springville, Summerville, Autumnville and Winterville, maybe I need to shop and snag up one of these kits for myself.)
We are also adding more to our Clearance Section on the website as well, so be sure to check those out too, if you are looking for some discounts.
We have two Facebook Live Videos planned for this week as well. Tuesday Morning Esther, Carrie and I will all be sharing which Creative Grids rulers are our favorites and why. Thursday Esther will be starting the Log Cabin Ruler Series. Many of you have already purchased this ruler, and we hope you will be sewing along with us.
Have a great week.
We have some school work to do here at home, thankfully my boys need little assistance from me as they are brainy, and their teachers have filmed all the lesson instructions, I basically just need to supervise.

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