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Sunday, 25 October 2020

Holiday Shopping??

 I am happy to say that the commissioned banner has been delivered to its forever home, (pictures to follow) so new projects can now be begun.

With that off my plate, the first task was to clean up my sewing room, a dreaded ordeal which has not been attended to in some months.  While purging, I listened to music and newscasts, one of which was a news release from Canada Post, urging folks to start their Christmas shopping - and shipping - early, as it is anticipated most folks will be ordering online this Covid season.  The only thing worse than a Covid Christmas would be one without anything under the tree, so it is good advice I am taking to heart.
Our Aurifil thread shop is currently well stocked and the prices will never be better than they are now.  We've received word from the supplier that there will be an increase with the next order...and frankly, I fully expect postage to increase soon as well.  Currently, shop policy is a flat shipping rate of $13. anywhere in Canada for a thread order.  Actual postage cost is always more than that, but I pay the remainder.  It's a great deal!
We have all kinds of gift sets in stock, ranging from small to large, basics to designer colours, and all weights from 80 to 12.  Mostly the thread is all cotton, but we also have clear and smoke monofilament, and a bit of wool.




You can see all the in-stock threads here, and order directly from the website.  If you are local to Amherst, Nova Scotia, and would like to pick up your order, there is an option for that as well.  If you prefer to use etransfer, kindly email your order to me, and I will send along an invoice. 
Back to tidying.  I know as soon as that's done, I will pull all the boxes out again to start a new project.  The circle of life for a quilter. :)

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