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We have received the newest top of the line sewing & embroidery machine from Baby Lock, and we are excited to share it with you!
Introducing the Baby Lock Solaris
The Baby Lock Solaris comes with their largest hoop size yet, a whopping 10.5×16 inches! What this means for you is that you won’t have to rehoop as often for your larger embroidery designs. The Solaris has quite a bit of space for all of the quilters too, 13 inches to the right of the needle to be precise. Just imagine doing your projects on this machine!
Take a look at the specs
What are we most excited about?
We are most excited about the projector that is built into the machine. Whether you are sewing or doing some embroidery, this projector is very handy to see what you are doing before you do it. View the video below from Baby Lock themselves to see this feature in action
New and Exciting Educational Classes for ALL who Love to Embroider & Quilt!
REGARDLESS OF WHAT KIND OF MACHINE YOU OWN…the Tips, Tricks, and Techniques you learn at this event will inspire you, reinvigorate your interest and enhance the enjoyment of your hobby!
INSPIRE YOUR CREATIVITY WITH THESE INDUSTRY SECRETS:
• Secrets to proper stabilization and thread choices.
• How to choose designs based on how they will affect your garments.
• Stress-free techniques for hooping and eliminating puckering.
• How to choose the right needle for stitch and garment type.
• How to have fun in your sewing room with perfect results!
Hosted by: Let’s Sew
Event: July 12 or 13, 2018 | 10:00am – 5:00pm
Software Day: July 14, 2018 | 10:00am – 5:00pm Lunch is Included!
4406 E. Morgan Ave. | Evansville, IN 47715
Phone: (812) 471-7945 | email@example.com
Even the most unrooted of us are aware of the symbolic nature of quilts. Each precious piece used to create them reminds its owners of a story, a feeling or an untold mystery. A quilt truly is the “fabric of time”, and it’s thread has bonded us equally to our Americana cultures for over two centuries.
We in the heartland feel a particular kinship to the quilt with our farm-bred waste-not-want-not upbringing. Our patchwork farms and fields even resemble quilts. So dedicated to this generational craft are we, that it is honored in festivals, painted on barns, and favorited overwhelmingly as the fund-raising grand prize in just about every church I know.
So when I saw those same beautiful patterns celebrated on a New York fashion runway last fall, it got my attention. Designer Raf Simons incorporated very old, authentic quilts into his work for Calvin Klein.
The quilts were taken apart and re-pieced into stunning collar accents and gorgeous full length bodices on coats. My favorite use of the theme was Simons’ jacket lining design. Not only spectacular, but an incredible way to wrap yourself in 100% cotton comfort.
A Belgian native, Simons was smitten by the historical tradition of the American quilt, and intends to continue using it in new collections.
Other famed designers, such as Prada and Mimi Prober have also put their stamp on a line of quilts and inspired clothing.
It would seem that the NE not only embraces the quilt, but has defined a new way to “strike the pose”.
Want to try your hand at a New York state of mind? This quilt design named “New York Beauty” is a powerful candidate. It’s sleek spike design reminds me of the Statue of Liberty, or tall skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building. Finished quilts are quite modern and surreal.
Creative inspiration derives its source from all places, stories and histories–just like quilting! Have a great quilting month, everybody!
Quality sergers, sewing and embroidery machines are an investment and you should be confident in your choice of machine now, and in the future!
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This month, Let’s Sew premium fabrics and sewing center is celebrating 6 years in business at 4406 E Morgan Avenue. On Tuesday, Jan. 23 through Saturday, Jan. 27, from 10am-6pm, the store will host a food drive to benefit the Tri-State Food Bank.
During the week, customers can donate food items in exchange for a Let’s Sew discount coupon for use anytime between February 1 and April 28, 2018. Each pound of donated food will be worth one percent off, up to a maximum of 30 percent off (30 pounds) per coupon. (This offer cannot be combined with any other offers.)
January is one of the toughest months for hunger in the tri-state area, despite the Yuletide donations made only a month ago. We hope you will join us during our anniversary week and help fill the big blue barrels with food items as a donation to the Tri-State Food Bank.
The top 10 most needed food items according to the Tri-State Food Bank are peanut butter, soup, canned fruit, beans, rice, tuna, cereal, fruit juice, pasta and canned vegetables. These items are highly encouraged as donation items. Expired items will not be accepted.
Tuesday, Jan. 23 through Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (CST)
Week One – December 5-9, 2017
In Store Only – Get 50% Off Slinky and Ruffle Fabric with a minimum purchase of 2 yards.
Also Stop in for Details on the Destiny 2 Bundle Deal available!
Week Two – December 10-16, 2017
In Store and Online – Christmas Fabrics and Items are 20% Off
Week Three – December 17-23, 2017
In Store and Online – All Corduroy and Wool Fabrics are 20% Off
BLACK FRIDAY & SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
Starting Friday, November 24th, 2017 at 12:00PM CST and ending Saturday, November 25th, 2017 at 6:00PM CST, the First 50 customers who comes in will receive a bag measuring 10x5x8 and anything they can fit in the bag will be 25% off. Whether it is threads, books, rulers, scissors, fabrics or anything in between, as long as it fits in the bag you will get 25% off those items.
*Items Pictured Are Raised Using Bubblewrap And Are There As An Example. To Be Discounted, Items Must Not Be Falling Out Of Bag.*
BLACK FRIDAY BABY LOCK DEALS
During this time there will be special pricing on floor model machines as well as special financing options. Ask for details when you come in.