Thursday, December 27, 2012

Amy Butler Fabric...

Have you been looking for some well priced Amy Butler Fabric?
We have four patterns in the collection. Last Spring we asked you what you wanted to see on the shelves. Amy Butler was one of our top requests. Amy is a delightful designer, she creates fabrics for home and fashion. All of her patterns have a touch of retro, with great colors and fun patterns. We love how she looks at life. From the "Sunnyside of the Street"! To view the collection, click this link to Pinterest, then click and buy!

In the December issue of Martha Stewart's "Living" Magazine she featured darling wooden boxes, covered with fabric. Looks like some of the fabric choices might even be Amy Butlers line of cloth! So we thought you might want to give this easy project a whirl.
Head on out to your local craft store and pick up a few of those cool round or oval boxes. They can be wood or Paper! When you there grab some spray adhesive. We like using the spray adhesive because it leaves no lumps or bumps.
When you get home, cover your work space, so the spray adhesive doesn't get on your lovely table. Simple cut fabric to size, spray the sides of the box with the adhesive and gently press the fabric onto the box. Repeat these simple steps for the lid. Feel free to embellish with a large vintage button on the top, which you can easily adhere with a glue gun. You can also go a bit wild with trim. You can use rick rack, ribbon or even some interesting string. The adhesive will work easily for this as well.
Now you have a perfect box, for giving or maybe you will want to keep it for yourself!
You can also adhere fabric to notebooks. It is really fun once you start thinking about the things you can custom cover with the fabric and patterns of your choice.

For extra inspiration, click and check out this cool blog. The gal who writes it, loves fabric, color and pattern. She is not afraid of using different objects as the base for her fabric covered creations.

When you are finished with our project, send us a few photos, we would love to see what you are doing with Mary Jo's Cloth!

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Perfect Gift! A Pillow Made by YOU...

Pillows are easy to make and are always a wonderful gift. Chances are you have some pieces large enough in your fabric stash to whip up a few. Think about all of the cool old Buttons, Ribbon and pieces of Trim that you may also have squirrelled away for just the right project.
We have been busy adding many new choices in our "Upholstery" section. These fabrics are so popular that we cannot open a magazine and not see Ikat, Paisley or Jacobean prints. It is true. If you waltz into Home Goods or Pottery Barn, yep, you will see that indeed these prints are all the rage. We are proud to be carrying the latest and trendiest collection of fabric for creating beautiful Pillows and re-upholstering Footstools, Chairs or even using this heavy fabric for Curtains and Drapes.
Log onto this fun blog to check out some easy 1, 2, 3 style steps. Then let the creating begin!

We just pinned quite a few samples onto Pinterest, click this link and take a whirl and check out the inspiration on Mary Jo's Cloth Board. We promise you will totally be inspired.
The most popular colorways at the moment are, Rich Browns with splashes of Saffron and Claret, with a bold splash of Blue. This is a very classic choice.
We also are loving the palette of the pale Lime Greens and soft Sea Glass Blues. Oh, so beachy and lovely. These are also very restful colors.
When you are making pillows or recovering a stool or long bench, you are not investing a whole lot of energy or money for updating a room!

Now is the time to stock up! We still have a few weeks of FREE SHIPPING! Hurry, as you know our stock turns over at a rapid rate. Take a moment and check out our SALE page. 191 items are online today. We updating our SALE page daily, so don't miss out.
Have a wonderful Holiday Season.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Create an Heirloom, Featured Etsy Stores & FREE Shipping...

Hey all you big time creative sewers, three weeks until, the big day. Christmas! Do you have everything you need? There is still plenty of time to whip up some sweet little gifts, or maybe even a few large ones. When you give a gift that is handmade you might be giving something that could become a family heirloom. Think about those special items you have that your Momma or Grandma made. Time ticks by so quickly, soon your beloveds will be hanging onto things that YOU created. When you think about it this way, you can have a hand in your family history, by stitching something heartfelt today! Weird, but true.
To that point, if you log onto you can shop, as late or as early as you would like and find exactly the perfect fabric. You will enjoy the FREE Shipping we are offering the entire month of December. It is our holiday thank-you to you.

Etsy Storefronts: Whew, we sure have gotten a fine response from you talented folks. Today we are going to feature a few of the gals who sent links to their Etsy Storefronts. You will be delighted, we sure were!
We are featuring a few more each week in December, tell your friends who have Etsy Storefronts or sell online. They may be a feature! Email today.

Our first pick is Ellen Reed. We have featured her before and we love that she purchases her fabric here at Mary Jo's and that she comments on our blog posts and most importantly, makes some super sweet handbags, which we think you will love as much as we do.
Not your Momma's Handbags, Etsy Storefront. Ellen buys all of her sewing supplies and fabric for the linings of these delightful and fun handbags.

The second Etsy Storefront comes with a sweet little story, from a customer who lives in Georgia, Patsy Clements. Flutterwear Boutique, Etsy Storefront
I have enclosed my etsy address with the outfit I am selling made from fabric bought from Mary Jo's.  My girlfriend and I made a trip to North Carolina in October to see Mary Jo's store for the first time and we were wowed by how wonderful it was.  I was looking for that perfect material for my new fall line of children's clothing along with other material for my many Christmas gifts I am making.  A couple of quilts later and several dresses I am so very satisfied with the quality of material and how beautiful everything turned out.  I made the most stunning Christmas dress for my 16 month old granddaughter.  Her pictures are on Saturday.  Can't wait to see them in print.  She is also the model for my fall line.
Thanks to all the wonderful staff who helped me the entire day I spent at Mary Jo's.  I was there from the time they opened and the last one to check out.  Everyone was absolutely wonderful.  I wish each and everyone of you a wonderful Christmas season.


Patsy Clements
Flutterwear Boutique
Cumming GA

Thanks for all of your submissions. We always love to see what you all are doing in your sewing rooms. Take a moment and check out the wonderful holiday Fabrics we have pinned on Pinterest. Click and View! You are going to be inspired, we promise.
 Have a wonderful week, remember to have some fun, it is the season after all!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Tree Skirts, The Grinch and YOU...

Mary Jo's Cloth Store has the prettiest Christmas Tree Skirt that she designed with the Fabric Manufacturer herself! It is sweet as all get out. We think you will look forward to taking it out and using it year after year. It is a holiday red with Santas, Rocking Horses, Holly and a grand gold border. The cool part? It is only 10.99. Yep, that is it! So get them while they last, click on this link to order your TREE SKIRT today.
We also just pinned over 30 Holiday Fabric samples on Pinterest. Of course it is easy to click on the fabric you like, it will take you directly to the "Buy" page at It could not be easier!

We are featuring a whole new line of the "Grinch who Stole Christmas" fabric. Really well done, fun and some are even fleece so you can stitch up a blanket, comforter or little jacket or vest.
We also have an advent calendar, which you could have ready in time for December First and the official count down to the big day!

Now is the time to make a few Holiday Stockings, Table-toppers, Napkins, Runners or even a sweet new Christmas Quilt. The lines we are carrying from Marcus Fabrics should really fill the bill. The designs look old timey and have wonderful color schematics.
If you want to go directly to, in the top right corner you will see a search box, type in Christmas or Holiday fabric and it will give you over 110 choices!Free shipping the entire month of December!

 Lastly, we are looking to take a peek inside of your online stores. Do you stitch up items and post them for sale on the internet? Then this is for you. Send us the link to your online storefront. We will be featuring the best of the best over the next several weeks. Just so you know, we are proud to see what you do with our fabrics. Oh so talented, all of you. Send your link today!

Happy Holidays, Tis the Season to Love, Laugh and Enjoy your friends and family.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Thanksgiving, and a Gift for the Holidays...

Today we would like you to say thank-you and send the happiest of wishes for this Thanksgiving week. We know you have alot to do, hosting family members who have traveled a fair distance, dinners to cook and little ones who need some extra hugs. Thanksgiving is a mixed bag of happy, delighted, stressed, overtired and over joyed. Sometimes it can be hard to pick! That is the soup of family relationships. We all try to do the best job we can and hug each other at the end of the day.

At Mary Jo's we consider you a part of our Cloth Store Family. We have known many of you from the day we opened our doors in Dallas, North Carolina. We all kind of grew up together. We have seen so many changes in the world of business since we opened our doors. Who could have dreamed of the power of the internet and computers, oh so many years ago?, indeed!
These past 62 years have flown by, filled with children, family, friends and working and keeping up with the Cloth Store. We have worked hard all these years to make sure that you do indeed feel like family. It's easy, we love what we do, everyday! So a special heartfelt thanks to ALL of you, our customers who truly do make a difference. You send us such nice notes and emails, detailing the most recent project you have finished. Ah, joy!
We also want to give a heartfelt thanks to our staff, on the floor and in the office. Without them we would just be a 32,000 building filled with fabric. Yes, they make all of the difference. Happy Thanksgiving.
We give thanks every day!

This Holiday Season we would like you to consider some home sewn items. Family and friends will be delighted by your creativity. Think about maybe stitching up a quilt or a doll for a child who is cold or lonely? You could make stockings for children in a shelter or take some time and look around to see what fabric scraps you have laying around and whip up a warm quilted blanket for an elderly person who has no family. It is easy to be generous. Take a moment and go online to see about a local shelter that could really use your help.

Our gift to you this year is FREE shipping for the entire month of December. Do you know someone who is a Quilter, a Dollmaker or Home Decor specialist? We have many departments and you can find most anything you may be looking to buy. If you cannot decide, you may want to consider a gift certificate. The gift of fabric is never a bad idea! It is so easy to log onto, click and order.

But know this, you will save money. This we promise. One of our quirky but good habits is making sure our prices are the best, always. We have many new choices and we are always updating the SALE and Seasonal Specials. We also have a Mary Jo's Cloth Store Canvas Tote Bag. At $1.99 you can load up and use them for Gift Bags or Grocery Shopping!

Happy Thanksgiving. Check out or Facebook page and our Pinterest Boards, to see the latest news, ideas and specials.
Do you have an ETSY Page? Are you selling holiday items? The second week in December we will be featuring your ETSY stores that are filled with items made with Mary Jo's Cloth.
Send your ETSY Store link today to We look forward to seeing your beautiful work and are happy to promote your Etsy store in this special article.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Thank-You & FREE Shipping...

We have been so busy at the store. We are gearing up for the holidays and 2013! This has been a wonderful year. Thanks to ALL of YOU! We so appreciate your letters, emails, comments and patronage. We are looking forward to celebrating our 62nd year! Yes, this is a wonderful thing.

We understand that there has been some talk of our Store Closing. Nothing could be further from the truth. Pop into the store any day of the week, we are busy. Everyday UPS is bringing in Fabric and Notions and whatnot, then picking up orders that are being shipped to your doorstep!
We plan on being here a good long time.

Starting December 1st, you will enjoy FREE SHIPPING on all orders. Simple and easy, this is our annual gift to all of you.  We are still working on our website re-design. We also continue to bring in fabrics that are fresh and you will always pay less than other fabric stores. But if you have shopped with us for anytime at all, you know this!

Lastly we have Blankets on the way. Obama Blankets, a special order that should be here by mid-December. These blankets are only 16.99! We are taking early orders so don't get left out in the cold, order one or more today. A perfect holiday gift.

Again, thanks. Keep those emails coming, we always are interested in sharing your stories, projects, etsy stores and experiences of shopping here at the fabled, fabric mecca, Mary Jo's Cloth Store.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

And The Winner Is...

We cannot tell you how happy we are to have received such beautiful and inspired costumes. We mentioned many of you in yesterday's article. Thanks again. The 2012 winner is Matthew James. His work is beyond inspired. If you would like to see more of his costumes, click to his Facebook page. We promise that you will agree this is one talented fellow!

My name is Matthew James. The first costume that I have attached is probably my favorite costume that I have made from Mary Jos' fabric for myself. The vest and pants are made of red and black silk dupioni. I used a women's Vogue pants pattern and a men's vest pattern. The blouse was from a women's blouse pattern with silk/rayon. The white flounce in the back is made with a textured cotton near the drapery section, and the black cage was made out of aluminum from Lowe's that I painted.

Costume Contest, Honorable Mentions...

What a talented bunch of folks you are, to send in such magical entries!  We wish we could have a dozen First prize winners, it was very hard to choose. We received costumes that were intricate and worthy of a stage play, others that were playful, fun and interpretive. All are quite wonderful. Truly.
Runners Up...
We were especially touched when we received a last minute entry, "The Grinch". The Mom who sewed up this costume included a little story and we would like to share it with you.
My son LOVES Dr. Seuss. His favorite character is the Grinch. He begged and begged to be the Grinch, but not just any Grinch, he wanted to be the "Santa Grinch". Much like in the book, I took a piece of fleece, and put it against him and cut it out. I hand dyed a pair of microfiber leggings, and strips of acrylic fur. I added snaps to the fur so they were cuffs and could come off easily. I took and made his shoes, but just cutting, and sewing... adding a little puff of fur. I hand stitched the white fur to the costume, and, that's all for the Grinch. Cindy Lou Who I made by putting fleece against her and cutting. I cut out a hole for her neck, added scalloped trim, took some barrettes and added ribbon and then attached the wire to that and added more ribbon to disguise the wire bottom that was held up with hot glue. Both costumes only took two days, and it wasn't too hard. They should win because in my son's version, the Grinch and Cindy Lou Who "get married because they love each other."
She sent another note this morning,
HEEEEE!!!! Yay!!! He has dressed up four times... even going to the grocery store or the doctors office he wants to wear it, and he wants the full makeup... Last night he got a few of his t-shirts and stuffed his toys in them, and "sneaked" around our house, "taking Christmas", and I don't know how we are going to break it to him that, Halloween doesn't last forever. He is 3, almost 4. :) Loo just turned 2. Jonathan has further explained to me that he is to get Grinch fabric if his costume wins. :) He saw it there the last time we were there. 
-Evelyn Griffin
So sweet. Miss Evelyn, you won the prize for the most compelling story and wonderfully spirited son. You should buy that little man of yours some Grinch Fabric! She also sent the following email to us, I am sharing with you in case you would like to vote for her Grinch son and Cindy Lou Who daughter. We hope that you win, Evelyn. But we already think of you and your children as winners, what a wonderful Mom you are to your wee ones.
She writes:
 It will literally take three seconds... Please go to this link and vote for my babies. They are in a homemade costume contest. I am trying to get everyone to vote. Just go to the link, click the number of stars. You can also click "Like" or Share. Please o please o please. Halloween Costume Works Contest. They should win because my Little Man says in his ending of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, that the Grinch and Cindy Lou Who "get married because they love each other."

Now for a few other winners...
 1st Place - Dee Gosnell, if you remember she was close last year with her Joker Costume, and came in First again this year.  Phantom of the Opera, is a wonderful tribute to the musical, wonderful, well executed and very well done. She and her son continue to collaborate and create stunning costumes. Great work.

2nd Place - Kathy Dykstra, she has stitched up a very intricate Satin Costume. Her lovely Princess has a matching head piece and a scepter, beautiful attention to detail and a lovely presentation.

3rd Place - Joan Richardson is a doting Grandmother. She sews up costumes for her Grandbabies. We are so happy to see her wonderful creations. Joan you are an inspiration to Grandmothers everywhere.

Honorable Mentions.

 Sarah Tomason- Merida from Brave
Mary Call - My daughter Lydia as Cruella Devil

John Chapman - King Trtiton
Attached are pictures of my entry into the Halloween costume contest! Last year after my friend decided to be Ursula from The Little Mermaid (she's the girl in the second picture), I decided it would be best if I were King Triton! When we first went out for the Halloween festivities I was really surprised that people recognized my character. It was freezing, but I kept my shirt off the entire time to stay true to the character, Ariel’s dad from Disney’s The Little Mermaid. I started making the costume by creating the tail. Not satisfied with the multitude of premade mermaid costume patterns, I decided to make the pattern myself. First I measured my waist and created a tapered tail that looked natural in proportion to my body. Next I made the organza fins that were inserted into the tail. Finally, I sewed the pieces together and added the ruffle to the top. The next part involved making the tutu, that was simple as I just looped tulle over a piece of elastic. I made this part to resemble water and hide my feet that stuck out of the back of the tail. The final pieces, the trident and crown, were made with hot glue, spray paint, and craft foam. As I glued the craft foam together, I stuffed it with stuffed animal stuffing in order give it the three dimensional shape that I wanted. After the glue cooled, I covered the craft foam with Mod Podge to seal the foam and spray painted them both with gold spray paint. The bracers were also spray painted to match. I also styled the wig and beard to better resemble my idea of the character.

Thanks to all who entered this contest. You are amazing. The First Prize winner will be announced tomorrow on Halloween. To all of you who sew, Quilt, create Costumes, Home Decor and Clothing. Please send us your favorite projects, you could be the next Blog Article. One last item, we always have sale items on our website. Log onto and click on the SALE icon.
Happy Halloween.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Autumn, Time to Cozy up your Home Living Space...

Autumn is a time for making sure all points are a go for the upcoming Holiday Season. I know, it seems to come earlier each year. This year will be no exception, kids!
The newest issue of House Beautiful features warm and cozy colors. They also love layers of fabric, color and texture. Sometimes too much can be just that, but some of the pages of this issue are truly wonderful. We photographed page 48, which is their featured "Paisley" inspiration page. Another fabric that is all the rage this season is Ikat. The history is interesting, they say it is similar to Tie Dye, yet done on a loom. Some of the threads are dye resistant and that helps to create the rough organic style of this now very popular pattern.
These featured fabrics are great for simple accents, Pillows, and Drapes or Curtains, however because of their histories, they are also a classic choice for recovering and interesting small chair, footstools, bedding or even a colorful shower curtain. Go ahead, tool around on and see if you can resist being inspired by our ample selection. While your at it, send us some pics of your finished products, or rooms. We would love nothing more than to feature your beautiful vision and handiwork. By the way, you may also be inspired to stitch up a Scarf, Dress, Handbag or Jacket. Get creative, we love how you think!
We have also pinned some of the fine examples of our Ikat & Paisley choices on our Mary Jo's Cloth Blog Pinterest board. Check it out.

 Halloween Costumes are pouring in. We featured four fab top picks, on our Mary Jo's Cloth Facebook page. Send in your costumes today. The winner will receive 100.00$ of Mary Jo's Cloth dollars.send in your possible winner TODAY!Costume entries must be in our inbox by Monday, October 29th. The Grand prize winner and runners up will be featured on our blog, in the Halloween Day Article!

Monday, October 15, 2012

Autumn, Special Prices & Prize Winning Contest...

Autumn. There is a nip in the air, the leaves are turning and the color of the landscape is backlit by the sunshine and is sparkling like jewels. Brilliant Yellows, Oranges, Ruby Reds & Rusts is the perfect counterpoint to the evergreens which never change color!At Mary Jo's Cloth we have Autumn colors filling the aisles of our store and pages of our website. Quilters, we have new and darling patterns from some of your favorite manufacturers. Home Decor Specialist's and folks that are re-decorating their homes, we are carrying some lovely Paisley's, Tapestries and some fantastic heavier weight Linens, just right for that "French Chic" look.
We also have are main floor selections that you all have some to count on and at prices that are the best in town! For all of you with your sweet ETSY stores, check the sale page for some great choices at reduced prices, it gives you a chance to have a bit more cash in your pocket.

UPDATE: WOW, You are all so talented. We have been receiving some truly fantastic photos of your Costumes. Keep them coming, we are having a great time seeing what you do with our cloth! Halloween Costume Contest. DO you want to be the winner of our 100$ Gift Certificate? Now is the time & here's the deal. Send us a few photos of costumes that have been made with Mary Jo's Cloth. That is easy. Make sure you send in your email by Monday, October 29th. The winner will be announced in our October 31st (Halloween) Blog article.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

You're Invited! Halloween Costume Contest.

Halloween is only a short 4 weeks away and we are having our 2nd Annual Halloween Costume Contest! (We mentioned this contest in our email blast last week.) So here is the deal, send us photos of your Costumes made primarily from Mary Jo's Cloth. We have always admired how clever and creative you all can be with a bolt of cloth, some buttons and some trim.
We know we are going to be WOWED! The prize is a 100$ gift certificate from Mary Jo's Cloth Store! You can spend your Mary Jo's dollars at the store or on our website!
Remember, shipping is only 7.99, for any size order!!! So go wild.
Last year our Grand prize winner was Matthew James, he created "The March Hare". But we do have to say it was very difficult choosing the BEST Costume. Matthew had some stiff competition.
We appreciate your submissions and we will feature more than just the Grand prize winner. Click here to read all about last years featured winners. We look forward to hearing from you. Pop us an email today, the last day for entries is Monday October, 29th. The winner will be announced in the email blast on Wednesday, October 31st, Halloween.

You need fabric, we have lots, on SALE! Lets talk about our SALE Page. Now is the time to save some of your hard earned cash. We have Prints, Trims, Tassels, Cording, Tapestry Borders, Sequined Beauties and some other treasures. 210 items to choose from. Click to view this selection of bargain fabric and notions.
Our website also features "Seasonal Specials" . Right now we have major amounts of printed fruits and vegetables. Kind of cool, could be an interesting choice for tablecloths, napkins, fun kitchen curtains or even a fruit and vegetable quilt. As always the possibilities are entirely up to you!

Thanks to all of you who have already submitted some very interesting and as expected, well done costumes. You are all contenders!


Friday, September 28, 2012

Featured ETSY Store & Mary Jo's Cloth...

Several weeks ago we asked you to send in your ETSY Storefronts. Boy, did you. We are loving the diverse products you are all creating. Truly wonderful. We think you have a fine passion for things made  of cloth and are experts and perfectionists when it comes to the finished product!
As promised we are featuring one of the many ETSY Shops that were submitted. We will continue to feature these lovely and inspired ETSY Storefronts from time to time in future articles. We love to go to one of your ETSY Shops and click on the icon of the store owner and read all about you, what you have done, what you are doing and what inspires YOU. You are a talented bunch of folks and we know that you have a choice and we just have to give you a BIG thank-you for shopping
Send in your Etsy link or your Online Store or your Website/Blog that features your products that are made using Mary Jo's Cloth. You may be the next featured article.

Featured Esty Store: JPATPURSES:  

Janese is a BIG Seller on ETSY, she is the kind of gal that will inspire you. Janese proves that ETSY can be a great source of income and a wonderful outlet to market the ARTY projects you are passionate about. She has done just that!

Tell us about yourself. Hi, my name is Jenese Patanella, therefore explaining my shop name JPATPURSES. I am a wife and mother of two teenage daughters and a wonderful Corgi dog named Ginger. I have lived in many regions of the United States but have spent the last 20 years in the Southeast. My Bachelors degree is in Accounting, about as far away from creating handbags and accessories as you can get. After over 25 years in the corporate world it was time to explore my more creative side.

Apart from creating things, what do you do? I spend a great deal of time just in survival mode. I think that in today’s world that is not too uncommon. I love to garden, walk my dog, and spend tons of time with my family. I am also an avid reader and must always have a book to wind down with at the end of each day.  

How do you promote your work? My first year here on Etsy, I was on the forums almost every day. The SNS thread in the forums is a great way to get to know other Etsy sellers and really helped me get established. I have a blog and flickr accounts. Joined all the groups and even did my own paid outside advertising. Now, with word of mouth and repeat customers I am able to focus more on new designs, sewing, and less on promoting.  

What first made you want to become an artist? If you had told me as little as two years ago I would have been creating and selling my items online I would have laughed. I always enjoyed doing crafts. As a little girl my spending money would always go either to buying books or my latest craft project. So I guess it was well hidden until I was old enough to realize how much I really loved it! When I was a teenager I had a part-time job in a store that had a fabric department. It was then when I started buying and collecting fabrics. I still have some of those fabrics but still don’t have the heart to cut into them!!!

The opportunity to sale online presented itself quite by accident one afternoon when my daughters mentioned that they would like to have the most recent brand name handbags that were a big hit among their friends. I told them that I would be more than happy to try to make them each one myself. So I pulled out the sewing machine from the back of the closet and went to work. It felt good to be sewing again. Several of their friends at school inquired as to where they got their new purses and were surprised to hear that their mother was the creator. It was this positive feedback that initially inspired me to consider the prospect of sewing handbags and selling them online.

Please describe your creative process how, when, materials, etc. My process is very sporadic. I wake up each morning and after everybody is out the door, I try to do as much sewing as possible but rarely sit down and sew for more then 10 minutes at a time. I get most of my inspiration from trying to create the most functional and efficient items as possible. I love trying to make items that make life more organized. One of the reasons I developed my special bat quilt interfacing technique is because I wanted structure and form to my creations, thus making them easier to use. 

Thanks Janese, wow you are an ETSY star! Keep up the great work. 

Do you have an ETSY Shop? Send us the link today!
A reminder: It is that time of year already, Halloween.
Start sending us photos of your costumes made with Mary Jo's Cloth. We will feature the top submissions and a slide show of the contenders? Feeling lucky? Send in your costume pic today!