Make and Take Saturday….

Come to the Shop to make these adorable tasket baskets!! We have the exclusive pattern from the Sewing Circle and the designer will be here herself to teach the class. The fee will be $10.00 And you will get ALL the materials to make two baskets and the pattern. You don’t even have to bring your machine. How cute will these baskets be filled with chocolate?? (you talked me into it….I will have chocolate there too!)

Let me know if you want me to save you a spot.

Oh my….and Mrs Lolly has done it again….two days in a row. She put another embroidery project up and a picture of my project. I am still blushing. Thanks Loll’s you’re a sweetheart.
All right Ladies (& Gents) enjoy your day. Have a good one.


ps. if you are really nice and sweet I just might show you a sneak peak of our yummy new fabric we just got in!!

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Livin’ it up Lolly Chops Style…..

Lolly is a SWEETHEART who has an awesome blog and does tons of free downloads and ideas……She is an amazing artist and has a fun blog to follow. This week she is featuring embroidery on her blog…..ALL WEEK. That means new patterns, new techniques, and just some general good times over there! So go give Lolly some virtual hugs and tell her I sent ya…..she will soon be your new best friend! (she is mine!:)

Have I mentioned that something incredibly huge is going down lately?? Like BIG…..giant….awesome stuff you won’t want to miss? Keep checking back with me girls……there may be a giveaway involved!! (just saying)

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Artfull Bras Project…..

Members of Quilters of South Carolina have created one-of-a-kind bras for Breast Cancer Awareness. The exhibit consists of forty-nine original works of art which are unique, entertaining, humorous, and beautiful to make the public aware of breast cancer, to memorialize those lost to the disease, and to honor survivors.

This exhibit will tour SC until Oct ’09 at which time individual Artfull Bras will be auctioned and the proceeds donated to the Best Chance Network, a program to provide care and treatment of uninsured women across the state who are diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancer.

The bras come prepared for display on their own hangers and are available for exhibit across the state of South Carolina. The exhibit is available until October of 2009. If you are interested in delighting and inspiring your organization membership, contact Sandra Baker, president of QSC at

Thanks Carolyn for sending this on to me. I pretty much laughed out loud when I saw this. I think it is a great way to show ‘support’ to women and maybe we can do something like this here in Hamilton someday! 🙂

My personal fave is probably the ‘hooters’ one or the ‘support your favorite boob’ one…..which one is your favorite??