Our “Girl Clubs” are fun to belong to because they are a way of gifting yourself with a unique new and exciting handwork project that most people don’t have. It will most likely pertain to the upcoming season or holiday. We try to keep our projects exclusive and partner with our favorite designers so you know you will have something that is one of a kind.
I hope you will find your new clubs very enjoyable and if you have not tried one I hope you will give us a call 608-588-2510.
For anyone joining clubs please read carefully:
It is your responsibility to call us if you change your credit card number or have had it compromised or have a new address. Please , if we call you once, call us back to let us know if you have any changes or wish to be taken off the club. We do not want to make call after call and never hear from you. If we have to call you more than twice and not hear from you, you will be taken out of the club. I’m sure you can understand that this can become a problem for us and we must figure out when enough is enough. Thank you for being mindful.
Just when you think you have seen it all! It’s time for us to dream up something new for you to love. I have been thinking about this idea for the past three months and the shop girls already have been working on projects we were thinking might fit this idea. We are all in now and I am ready to see if I can peak your interest and get you tied to the past with us.
Introducing our Newest Girl Club for 2016!
Esther has shipped (9-14-2016) and Linda will begin her stitch along by the end of this week, she has your emails and that will be the way she keeps contact with you all. You have two months to get your border stitched. Enjoy!!! and then part two will be in your mail box.
It’s the end of April and we have 52 club members registered at this time. So Excited over this lovely.
“Esther Iddison 1832 Sampler”
We are offering this sampler project with Gentle Arts wool threads on a 32 count Lakeside Vintage Examplar linen or 36 count Vintage Examplar linen and Gentle Arts cotton thread. We are willing to work with you on your linen if it is possible but you will need to talk to us. We need your preferences into us by July 14th so i fcan get everything ordered in a timely manor.
***You will need to choose the option you prefer but the original was stitched with wool thread. We will have four shipments and that is where the sew along idea comes in. More info will follow but I thought you would love to see an actual picture of the antique Linda is reproducing for this club.
We can’t wait to hear from you! I have a estimate of the total cost for the Wool thread and Cotton thread choices.
FYI: Wool approximately $275.00, Cotton approximately $135.00. If you have registered for our Stitch along please call with preference by July14th.
“Tied to the Past”
The name of this New Girl Club tells the story. These are all quilts from the past and they are tied quilts. The thing is, we are adding textures, quilting the quilts our way but all of the quilts are also tied. It is interesting to see how wonderful they all look. Just when you thought you were over the look, we think you will embrace the way we have brought the quilts back to life with a new purposefu
l look for today’s decor. There will only be four shipments per year.
The first quilt offering is a wonderful antique
“Bow Tie” quilt Suzanne owns. It measures out to be 46″ x 60″. We used our cotton velvet, Silk Matka, Homespun, Wool, Cotton Linen, and we know how you love our great Textured Fabric so we included that too. We have also changed our cotton batting to help us accomplish the look we were going for. We just picked the yarn needed today for our ties so you can not see the ties yet but you will soon. The kits are ready and the pattern will be ready soon so we are opening registration today and hope you will chose to join us. This is going to be a great adventure for us all. I love the idea we will be staying with the Country Style we love which today fits Rustic, Classic, Vintage and Romantic decors. We are ready to ship your last project for 2015. It looks like it was Tied to the Past and just surfaced out of the steamer trunk. Here is a a few peeks. You can expect to find it in your mail boxes this week December 12th. I hope you enjoy these great old heirloom pieces we are creating for your enjoyment. Suzanne created this great worn and loved quilt for you.
2016 “PRIM SISTER“
****The Newest Prim Sister has arrived! HO!HO!HO! It’s “Kringle Company 1820″ and will be shipping the first week in December!
You will love the velvet, rusty bells, tin roof linen, a Manor House red fabric, wool and ribbon that comes ready for you to stitch and put together.
This is going to be one of your favorite holiday treasures for sure!
“Anna Prims” we’ll be finishing shipments tomorrow 9-15-2016. I know you will enjoy Linda’s September project. Box, velvet, pins and sampler included.
“1776 House” ! So appropriate and a fun project right down to the little antiqued roll up flag.
Here is a picture of our newest Prim Sister club project Linda has designed. It is called “Faded Flowers Needlebook”. You use a new overdyed company’s wool, overdyed threads, The Dames of the Needle great dyed ribbon, overdyed velvet and accessories that make it all come together. We are shipping this week 3-7-2016.
Prim Sister will begin shipping in March 2016. There are 4 shipments per year. The needlework pictured is from 2015. Linda has some great plans for the new year that will keep you loving her Prim Designs so please join us for a year of great Prim Sister fun.
Linda Thraen was a new face to our club members in 2013 and she has not disappointed any of us. Her company is called: “The Pinkeep”. We all had the great pleasure of actually meeting her as she attended our Boxwood & Berries Gathering in 2013 and she was a guest designer at the 2014 Boxwood & Berries Gathering sharing the teaching responsibilities with Maggie Bonanomi .
Our last design for 2015 from “The PinKeep” came just in time for the holidays. I know everyone has lovedtogether all of her past designs. The “1872 Thread Keep and Pinkeep” was stitched on 30 count Weeks Straw with overdyed threads, wool, fabric, rings and ribbon all included . Here is a picture of Linda’s “Sarah Hand’s Simple House”.
Time for Christmas and that is just what Linda’s project is all about’ it is called “Home for the Holidays”. Everyone enjoyed this great primitive pinkeep drum.
2016 club begins in February – this is a quarterly club and we have o openings.
The first NEW project for 2016 is here!
Our second club project just arrived this week and it is called “Summer House” I know how anxious you have all been and it was worth the wait. She has incorporated her recognizable signature motifs that we all love and a really swell border, its stitched on 36ct. linen. Enjoy!!!
It is called “Me to Thee Sewing Roll”, it will be a great stitch at
justthe right time of the year. The red ticking for the back is also included, contrasting heart and ribbon.There are a few kits left if you would like to own one of these.
We have room in this club to take on new members so this would be a great way to get started in this amazing and fun Girl Club. The cost of this kit is $40.00. If you are interested in joining our 2016 Club please give us a call.
Stacy’s club debuted in 2009 and oh my goodness we can not believe the response we have had because to date this is our most popular girl club. We have over 250 members. Now that is what I call girl power! Thank you all for your confidence in us and Stacy’s wonderful primitive designs. This is Stacy’s newest offering for 2013. We have almost got all of our club members kits shipped but we are still taking new members in her club. We hope you love this club and decide to be a part of it.
Your club project will ship every 3 months. Each design is an exclusive and will never be offered again to anyone but a club member. The kit cost is $40.00 and includes everything you need to complete the design.
You will be charged shipping in the USA the priority mail cost is $6.75 and out of the country charges range from $12.95 – $23.95 depending on where you are located. You can request first class if you are comfortable with that option for a lesser charge and for our out of the country orders it makes a big difference. We are happy to have a great many out of the country members.
If you are not familiar with Stacy’s primitive patterns we have a great on line selection you might want to get acquainted with.
Be sure to check out the details under the events tab for our first Annual “Stacy Nash Stitch Camp” coming in July 2014.