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Pick up in store how to

This is a step by step guide on how to get the pick up in store option to show when placing orders.

Step 1: This is the first part of being in the cart. You will start on checkout method. You DO NOT have to make an account, you can certainly checkout as a guest, which for demonstration purposes, we did.

Click on continue

Step 2: You will need to provide all of the Red Asterisk field informations as shown in this image. For demonstration purposes we used our store address and telephone number. MAKE SURE ZIP CODE IS ONLY THE 5 DIGITS AND NOTHING ELSE

Step 2a: You can have the “ship to this address” checked and then click continue (will be in the bottom right area below the ship to different address)



Step 3 (Not shown): If you chose ship to different address you are taken to shipping information. This is NOT where you choose the pickup in store option. That is in the next step.

Step 4 (Not Shown): If you have a discount code, you would enter it here and click continue

Step 5: Shipping Method is where the pickup in store option is shown and selected.

Step 5a: We have gotten some calls that the option is still not showing. We only offer pickup in store to a 120 mile radius from the store. Again: MAKE SURE THE ZIP CODE YOU PUT IN IS ONLY THE 5 DIGITS AND NOTHING ELSE



Step 6 (Not Shown): Payment information – All of our online purchases run through PayPal. You will be taken to their site to submit payment. There is a checkout as guest option on their site where you can enter your card information

Step 7: Finishing your order – You will be taken back to our website from PayPal. You Must click on Place Order to submit your order.



If you still have any questions, Please contact us and we will help you. Thank you!

 
 
 
 

Holiday Hours 2019

Our Special Holiday Hours are as Follows:
Monday, December 23rd – Open 10-6
Tuesday, December 24th – Open 10-3*
Wednesday, December 25th – CLOSED
Thursday, December 26th – CLOSED
Friday, December 27th – Open 10-6
Saturday, December 28th – Open 10-6
 
Tuesday, December 31st – Open 10-3*
Wednesday, January 1st – CLOSED
 
*Closing Time Flexible

July 9-13, 2019
“Cook and Carry” Kids Camp

The Cook and Carry Kids Camp will feature 5 Different Projects.

  1. Lunch Money Coin Purse
    • Whether lunch is packed at home or purchased at school, there’s always a need for a coin purse. The zippered coin purse is the perfect size to carry some extra cash for items needed in the cafeteria.
  2. Quilted Potholder
    • Rule #1 in cooking: safety first. A potholder is a necessity in the kitchen and one that was handmade is all the better! A layer of Insulbrite is layered between two pieces of fabric and is quilted in a crosshatch pattern. These make great gifts for anyone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen.
  3. Appliqued Dish Towel
    1. Some of the cutest sewing projects begin with a store bought item and sewing techniques that are added. This project is no exception. Start with cotton dishtowel and a strip of fabric to create a pleated skirt.
  4. Yummy Lunch Bag
    • Why bring lunch in a brown paper bag when it’s so easy to sew up a stylish lunch bag in no time? All that’s needed is a couple of coordinating fabrics, a zipper, web strapping and a parachute clip. Learn sewing techniques such as zipper insertion, topstitching and boxing corners.
  5. Apron
    • Since an apron is an absolute must in the kitchen, it may as well be cute to boot! Fortunately, this one fits the bill. Although it is loaded with techniques, it is easily accomplished since it is completed in sections. This masterpiece created on the sewing machine will lend confidence in the kitchen and make cooking more enjoyable.

Cost of Class: $100 – Includes all Supplies for the week

Dates & Time: Tuesday, July 9 through Saturday July 13, 2019 from 10:00AM to 12:30PM

How to Register: Stop in store, Call us at 812-471-7945 or by registering online

June 11-15, 2019
“Cook and Carry” Kids Camp

The Cook and Carry Kids Camp will feature 5 Different Projects.

  1. Lunch Money Coin Purse
    • Whether lunch is packed at home or purchased at school, there’s always a need for a coin purse. The zippered coin purse is the perfect size to carry some extra cash for items needed in the cafeteria.
  2. Quilted Potholder
    • Rule #1 in cooking: safety first. A potholder is a necessity in the kitchen and one that was handmade is all the better! A layer of Insulbrite is layered between two pieces of fabric and is quilted in a crosshatch pattern. These make great gifts for anyone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen.
  3. Appliqued Dish Towel
    • Some of the cutest sewing projects begin with a store bought item and sewing techniques that are added. This project is no exception. Start with cotton dishtowel and a strip of fabric to create a pleated skirt.
  4. Yummy Lunch Bag
    • Why bring lunch in a brown paper bag when it’s so easy to sew up a stylish lunch bag in no time? All that’s needed is a couple of coordinating fabrics, a zipper, web strapping and a parachute clip. Learn sewing techniques such as zipper insertion, topstitching and boxing corners.
  5. Apron
    • Since an apron is an absolute must in the kitchen, it may as well be cute to boot! Fortunately, this one fits the bill. Although it is loaded with techniques, it is easily accomplished since it is completed in sections. This masterpiece created on the sewing machine will lend confidence in the kitchen and make cooking more enjoyable.

Cost of Class: $100 – Includes all Supplies for the week

Dates & Time: Tuesday, June 11 through Saturday June 15, 2019 from 2:30PM to 4:30PM

How to Register: Stop in store, Call us at 812-471-7945 or by registering online

July 16-20, 2019
“Crazy About Sewing” Kids Camp

The Crazy About Sewing Kids Camp will feature 5 Different Projects.

  1. Notions Organizer
    • This project teaches several great sewing techniques and offers another way to keep organized by providing storage for essential notions at the sewing machine. Learn the art of appliqué and using trims to embellish the ladybug. Once the organizer is completed, place it under the sewing machine and fill pockets with favorite notions.
  2. Thread Catcher
    • Where do all the thread tails go? Refrain from throwing them on the floor because they can cause problems with the vacuum cleaner. This thread catcher is the solution because it conveniently sits next to the sewing machine and serves as a trash bag for thread tails and small scraps of fabric.
  3. Ladybug Pincushion
    • Pincushions come in all shapes and sizes but this ladybug is particularly cute and will keep the pins close at hand. After this class, imagine the possibilities for additional shapes!
  4. Hanging Organizer
    • Organization is the key to becoming a productive sewer because more time can be spent on sewing as opposed to spending time looking for items. This hanging organizer has nine pleated pockets which expand to store a plethora of essential sewing notions.
  5. Trifold Wallet
    • Transport essential sewing notions to class in this trifold wallet. The first section has two pockets with faux binding. Elastic strips are sewn in the middle section to keep threads and notions in their place. A zippered pocket keeps small items safe and prevents them from falling out.

Cost of Class: $100 – Includes all Supplies for the week

Dates & Time: Tuesday, June 4 through Saturday June 8, 2019 from 10:00AM to 12:30PM

How to Register: Stop in store, Call us at 812-471-7945 or by registering online

June 4-8, 2019
“Crazy About Sewing” Kids Camp

The Crazy About Sewing Kids Camp will feature 5 Different Projects.

  1. Notions Organizer
    • This project teaches several great sewing techniques and offers another way to keep organized by providing storage for essential notions at the sewing machine. Learn the art of appliqué and using trims to embellish the ladybug. Once the organizer is completed, place it under the sewing machine and fill pockets with favorite notions.
  2. Thread Catcher
    • Where do all the thread tails go? Refrain from throwing them on the floor because they can cause problems with the vacuum cleaner. This thread catcher is the solution because it conveniently sits next to the sewing machine and serves as a trash bag for thread tails and small scraps of fabric.
  3. Ladybug Pincushion
    • Pincushions come in all shapes and sizes but this ladybug is particularly cute and will keep the pins close at hand. After this class, imagine the possibilities for additional shapes!
  4. Hanging Organizer
    • Organization is the key to becoming a productive sewer because more time can be spent on sewing as opposed to spending time looking for items. This hanging organizer has nine pleated pockets which expand to store a plethora of essential sewing notions.
  5. Trifold Wallet
    • Transport essential sewing notions to class in this trifold wallet. The first section has two pockets with faux binding. Elastic strips are sewn in the middle section to keep threads and notions in their place. A zippered pocket keeps small items safe and prevents them from falling out.

Cost of Class: $100 – Includes all Supplies for the week

Dates & Time: Tuesday, June 4 through Saturday June 8, 2019 from 10:00AM to 12:30PM

How to Register: Stop in store, Call us at 812-471-7945 or by registering online