This is Carol, and she works in the shipping department! Say, “hello” 🙂 She loves traveling on her motorcycle, quilting, and reading. She loves her family and has one boy, a daughter-in-law, and a grandson and grand-daughter. She’s been with us for two and a half years! We love having her with us!
October 15-19, 2013
Our Retreat Center is open! We had our first retreat last week and it was such a success, we’ve decided to throw open the doors for a quilters’ get-away October 15-19, 2013. Come for a couple of days or stay all five! Bring your unfinished projects, start something new or finish up all your gifts for the upcoming holiday season at this do-as-you-please retreat. Sew a few hours a day or stitch ‘til you
drop! Not sure what you want to work on? No problem! You’ll be just steps away from the Missouri Star Quilt Company shop, staffed with friendly, creative folks ready to assist you and chock-full of pre-cut fabrics, fabrics by the yard, quilt patterns, templates, notions and much, much more!
When you’re ready to get some rest, you can enjoy a hot shower in the privacy of one of our six bathrooms, then you’ll sleep like a log in our comfy pillow-top beds. Twin beds are $69/night and queens are $119/night. Room sizes vary and can accommodate from three to six people, so bring some friends! We’ll provide — + 6 ft. shared sewing tables and chairs + 24 hr. access to a full kitchen + tables for cutting + Baby Lock Melody sewing machines (daily usage fee of $10, reservation required)
+ Easy access to Missouri Star Quilt Company (just next door!) from 9 am. to 5 p.m. daily, during your stay + The opportunity to meet our Missouri Star Quilt Company quilters + Tours of the Missouri Star Quilt Company warehouse Bring your own food and snacks (Subway and Casey’s General Store have sandwiches and pizza and the grocery store is less than a block away) To make your reservation, use the contact us form or call 888 571-1122 and ask for Jean. We’ll be looking forward to seeing you there!
Say, “Hi!” to Katie!
Katie is in charge of advertising for the shop, and she does an awesome job! She went to school at Northwest Missouri State University, loves shoes, and her St. Bernard, Harlow (who happens to be scared of storms). She’s not a big picture person, but let me take a photo of her anyway. 🙂 Thanks for being awesome, Katie!
Thanks to everyone who was able to make it to our birthday bash! It was awesome to see so many of you right when we opened. We had a lot of fun!
There are more pics on on our Instagram, so go follow us (@missouriquiltco) and check it out!