I'm excited to announce that I will be a house artist at The Good Goat Gallery in Lakewood, OH! Which means if you're local to N.E. Ohio you'll be able to stop in and buy my items in person without having to view them on a computer. Sorry, no patterns or fabric will be available there, but you can find a variety of items from hand-stitched pendant necklaces to several different styles of wall art to jazzed up desk accessories, and who knows what else I'll stitch up.
Because I'll be doing a lot more stitching, I've had to make decisions
on what's going to go on my already full scheduled and hand-dyed fabrics
was the choice. I'll still be dyeing fabrics, but only when I need
them for my own projects vs. the 10-20 hours I spend each weekend doing
them now (and as stitchers we all know how much you can get done in an
extra 10-20 hours). And because it's just silly to dye only one piece,
I'll make a full batch and put the extras in my shop whenever I am
So here's where the sale comes in. My drawers are currently overflowing
with fabric and I need to make room for the supplies and finished items
that will be for The Good Goat so I've decided a fabric clearance sale
is in order. Prices have already been adjusted in my shop so no coupon
codes are needed.
The discounts will start at 30% OFF and may or may
not increase throughout the month of September. You can wait till the
end and see if you get a better discount if you want, but I can't
guarantee what stock will be available, as I typcially sell at least
half of what I have on hand each time I do a sale. Want to see what
fabrics I have on sale? Just click here.
And remember, all fabric AND pattern purchases count towards our
Customer Loyalty Program. Details are available within each listing in
my shop. Oh, and I almost forgot, I still have all the FREE GIFTS available that I blogged about here.
And one last thing. Did you know we take credit cards in our shop so you don't have to worry about having a PayPal account? We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. It's a great way to take advantage of the fabric sale going on right now.