Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sale, Sale, Sale

     In clearing out things in the back room we found some Mill Hill items that we are no longer carrying and/or have been discontinued.  This means savings for you.  You will be able to find these SALE items on the Mill Hill Page.  We also have put some of the previous volumes of Sampler and Antique Needlework magazines on special .  If you have missed any of these and need them to complete your collection make sure you do it soon as they are limited to quantities on hand. 
     We have finished the official class for the Poinsettia but will still be stitching on this piece with Nancy.  Do remember though that this is an exclusive design to Stitcher's Treasures and it can be purchased anytime that you would like.  We offer a personalization on this piece for you as far as the size of the canvas and the color way that you prefer.

     The dates for finishing any Christmas Ornaments, Stand-ups and pillows is October 15th and for Christmas Stocking is October 31st.  Remember the sooner you get them to me the sooner they will be back for you to enjoy during the Holidays. 

     I know that this sounds like a long way off but we will be offering in February the Puzzle Purse by Jean Hilton.  This is another design that can be personalized to you.  It does not have to be finished as a purse  I have included a could of pictures for you.

     The fibers for this class consists of DMC #8, Anchor #8, Kreinik Metallics, Rainbow Gallery, Mill Hill Beads and a few miscellaneous other fibers.  But as you all know, you can substitute all kinds of different fibers to fit your color and texture scheme.

     The Book and initial Class fee is $65.00 and additional class meetings will be $30.00 per class.  Again the fibers that you choose will determine the cost of your materials.



     For those of you with children, with school starting I hope you will be able to get back to your stitching.  Summer time always seems to take away from the pleasure of stitching.  There is so much to do and just not enough hours in the day to complete all the things we have to do but make sure you that give yourself some down time, too.  Taking care of yourself is just as important as talking care of others.  For if you aren't there or can't, who will take care of them?

     Well I am off to take some of that stitching time for myself.  Talk to you soon.

                                            Happy Stitching,


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