Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Weddings, Proms, Dancewear & Mary Jo's Cloth...

Haute Couture? Have you been watching Project Runway? Do you swoon when you see the creative finished "Challenge" pieces? We sure do. Yes, these creative folks have alot of talent and drive and the New York Garment/Fabric District at their disposal. Guess what? At Mary Jo's we have much of the same fabric choices as the top designers, amateur and professional. If you log onto Maryjos.com and click on "Bridal, Formal, Fabrics and Fashion" you will see what we are sayin'. Seriously amazing selection. Brocades, Satin backed Shantungs, Oriental Brocades, Lace Trim, Silk Duponi, Organza, Taffeta, Netting and many more types of upscale, beautiful Fabrics and Lace Trims to choose from. Our Bridal department can help you with choices for all of your formal-wear needs. 

If you want to try your hand at making your own Wedding, Bridesmaid, Mother of the Bride or Prom Dresses, Mary Jo's can really be your one stop shop! Are you or someone you know about to stitch up a dress for a Ballerina or a whole company of dancers? We have bolts of Netting, Lycra and stretchy Velevt to create the most beautifill Tu-Tu and outfit you will ever lay eyes on. If you cannot find what you are looking for online, Click here, to ask Mary Jo. Leave a note telling us what you are looking for and the quantity, we will get back to you directly.



Sewing Center News: We had a lovely turnout for first "Sewing 101, Beginning Sewing"  Class. This workshop was well attended and everyone had a great time. The next Class will be held on Saturday May 25th, 1-4pm. These classes are free! Yep you read this correctly. All we ask is that you pre-register, as we have limited class sizes. We want to make sure that all students get the attention they deserve.
Once you do register, make sure you put it on your calendar, we will save you a spot!
We are also offering FREE Beginning Quilting Classes: Thursday  May 23rd, 1-4 and
Saturday May 25th 9am-12pm. Email our Sewing Center today, to reserve a spot.

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