Sewing room overflowing? Threatened to be buried in fabric?
On Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be a street sale by quilters who are looking to purge some of their “stash” of fabric, books and tools.
Hosted by Jan Rolin, owner of The Sewing Basket, the sale will be held on McLeod Street in front of the store.
Quilters sometimes discover that they have more fabric of a particular kind than they are ever likely to use and they need to move it out to make space for fabric of a different type.
This is a great opportunity for those quilters to clear out, and for savvy shoppers to purchase some quilting supplies at bargain basement prices.
Sellers will pay a nominal fee for a table and the store will handle all sales transactions and will then issue a store credit for everything the vendor sells that day.
Call the Sewing Basket at 250-832-3937 for more information on being a vendor.
All quilters are invited to come by on Sept. 21 and see what bargains they can find on fabric, books, tools, knitting yarn and even finished quilts.