Monday, April 22, 2013

Thanks to YOU & Our NEW Sewing Center...

Before the Sewing Center news, we wanted to say Thank-YOU. Thanks for all of your notes, letters, thoughts and concerns over the New Sewing Center at Mary Jo's Cloth Store. We rely upon YOU to help us create the kind of store that truly has exactly what you are looking for most every day, in the store and online. So, a big thanks to


all of you who responded!
 Gosh, we have big news. As you may have heard we are working on getting our new Sewing Center up and running. We are stocking Baby Lock Sewing Machines and we even have several styles of sewing cabinets to choose from. We will also, by popular demand be carrying Rowenta Irons, the ones made in Germany, per your recommendations.



Also, hold on, we will be offering Sewing Classes! Basic to very Advanced. We are working on our full schedule of classes at this time, we will be posting our entire schedule within a few weeks. Our first classes Basic Sewing and Basic Quilting will start in May, we are offering these classes at NO Charge! Do you know someone who would love to learn to sew? On May 13th, 3:30-6:00, we will be offering Sewing 101 which is our Basic Sewing Class. This Class will run for four consecutive weeks. Our Basic Quilting Class will be held May 23rd, 1:00-4:00 and will run for four consecutive weeks. Each class has a size limit of 12 participants, so make sure you get on the list for these FREE Classes. Email Miss Lynn today to get in, on these classes!
Lastly, We are looking for instructors for the sewing Center. From Basic to Applique, Specialty Quilting and Costume making. The list is as long as your talents. Email your resume today to Miss Lynn, she is waiting to hear from YOU!
Fabric Department: Today we are featuring The Home Decor Department on our Website and in the Store. Are you the kind of person who loves how things are trending in Home Design? Do you read the latest Home Design Magazines? Some of the hottest looks in Pillows, Curtains and Throws are Ikat, Woven Linens, and almost anything with the dyed Hombre color schematic. The look of cool tamped down shades of Blues and Greys with dashes of Greens and splashes of Red are showing up in home stores and magazines. A very interesting color palette, modern but with a nod to the past. Designers are also mixing old with new. A continuing trend is to find antique and interesting chairs and recover them with an interesting Ikat or rich Velvet. A two page article on Sofas in the current issue of House Beautiful tells the story best. Cover your couches in neutral colors, Greys, Blues, Browns and Taupes, then punch it up with some colorful and patterned Pillows. Are you a lover of some of the new Paisley's or Bold Florals? Wow, do we have some fun choices, click to see a collection on our Pinterest page. We also have bolts and bolts of heavy duty, wonderful textures and woven tone on tone patterns waiting for you to discover. A new look for your Sofa is only 10 yards away! Log onto maryjos.com or pop into the Store. You will not be disappointed, only delighted.



Happy Sewing!


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