Sale and weekly shop update
Labor Day Sale:
The rest of this week and all of next week. 30% off end of bolt sale. Buy what is left on the bolt and receive 30% off your purchase price. Online customers can contact us and get the rest of the bolt on any item in our store. Contact us at 423-715-2908 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Superior Thread University
is this coming Monday. Yes we do know that it is Labor Day and Yes we do know that Jackie is out sick. The schedule for the rest of the month would just not let us reschedule the class. If you miss it on Monday, you can still get your kit and I will go over it with you. Students do need to bring your machine with free motion quilting set up on it. Susan will be teaching the class, so get there a little early so we can get everyone their kits before class time.
This Saturday is no classes, but we will have hourly discount deals at least 30%
off something for each hour. Also, we will have hourly door prize drawings.
Now until the end of the week your name will be put in the box. You do not have to be present to win. Also, there will be additional ways to have your name entered throughout the week. See our facebook page for daily updates on how to enter for more chances.
Like a page on our site today and you will be entered into the Saturday Door Prize Bash. It is easy just go to any page that has a facebook button and hit the like button. It is that easy. All product pages have a button. If you see a page that you want to like and we have not put a facebook section on that page yet let us know and we will fix it. For contacting us about that you will get two entires in the door prize box for pointing out missing buttons.
Due to instructor injury and fall holiday schedule the next Beginning quilting class will not start until after the first of the year. Other classes on the schedule are subject to reschedule. The wearable art class and book/pattern sale will be rescheduled for sometime in late September or early October. We will try to get all the classes in you want. Thank you for all the kind wishes and prayers sent to Jackie in her recovery.