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holiday workshops & craft parties!

November 4, 2009

hobby horse craft party:

this fun and interactive craft party is great for a group of friends who want to get together over some food and wine and get crafty!
we’re bringing back a classic toy- the hobby horse- which will be great as a gift, or just to keep in the house for a vintage holiday feel.  all supplies will be provided, as well as snacks and beverages!
saturday, november 28th or saturday, december 5th from 6-8pm


tea towel craft party:

this craft party is ideal for the creative crafter who loves to socialize over food and wine while designing!
you can plan to bring a few people and get to know some fellow crafters from the area.
during this 2-hour craft party, you will be able to make a set of original tea towels.
all supplies will be included- as well as food and beverages!- for you to embroider, free motion stitch, applique and more.
these will make a great gift, or look good in your own kitchen!
friday, december 4th or friday, december 18th from 6-8pm


apron  workshop:

in this 2.5 hour holiday workshop, you will be making a half apron.  all materials are included, and you will have the opportunity to personalize your apron with applique or embroidery.
you can choose from our selection of 100% cotton prints and solids for your half apron
basic sewing skills required.
light snacks and drinks will be provided.
saturday, november 29th or saturday, december 5th from 12noon-2:30pm

half apron

stocking and ornament workshop:

in this 2-hour holiday workshop, you’ll be getting creative with wool felt and more!
we will help you design your perfect socking and then create it using sewing, quilting, applique, embroidery, and more.
in addition, you will be making a wool felt ornmanet that can be personalized however you want.
what a great gift!
intermediate sewing skills required.
light snacks and drinks will be provided.
sunday, november 29th or sunday december 6th from 1-3pm


please stop in the store for more information, or to pick up a postcard explaining each holiday event!


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