Thursday, June 20, 2013

You Keep Me in Stitches

I love following small quilt shops via blogs and Facebook and love looking through their websites.  They always seem to have a treasure trove of unique fabrics and their owners are pretty much universally friendly and provide excellent service.

I first "met" Patty almost a year ago when I happened upon her shop back when it was Granma's Treasures and picked up a fat quarter bundle (that I recently used in the book shelf quilt for Katie's teacher...more details on that to come as soon as I get pictures.)

Several months ago, sent me a whole load of fun fabrics to use in some quilts for the children's hospital.  Some of them will be appearing in our next I-Spy Swap (coming in several weeks) to make some hospital I-Spies and some will be used in other themed quilts for the hospital.

Patty has been spending the last month or so completely reinventing her brick-and-mortar store as well as her website and she's reopening this week as You Keep Me in Stitches.

Besides lots of fun quilting fabrics (my favorite)...

Patty also has a large selection of yarns, embroidery threads, and cross-stitching supplies.
If you're in the Wray, CO area, you can stop by in person.  Otherwise you can shop via the as You Keep Me in Stitches website.  They're still in the process of getting all their merchandise listed, so more will be coming soon.

You'll want to be sure to follow her new blog The Simple Stitch to stay up-to-date on upcoming sales...and to enter her big Grand-Re-Opening Giveaway.  Patty will be choosing 3 winners to receive a box of supplies matching your interests...just tell her in your comment on the Simple Stitch what your favorite thing is to stitch.

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