A favourite tool for sewing and quilting. This version is narrow like a pen so its a little easier to hold. Chalk washes or brushes away. Pen style Chaco liners fine point permits accurate drawing of both straight lines and free hand curves. The fine point makes lines and marks more visible and is easy to use with a straight edge ruler.
Only $9.99 until Tuesday January 28 !!!
Regularly $13.75 @ Groovy Threads.
Easy to sew and very versatile, this fabric is ideal for quilting, but can also be used for crafts, miscellaneous sewing projects, or home decor items like pillow covers, bed skirts, and very lightweight curtains. (100% cotton, 42" wide) While supplies last.
Only $14.99/m until Tuesday January 28 !!!
Regularly $19.99/m @ Groovy Threads.
Friday January 31 & Saturday February 1
You've heard the rumours about our "storage unit", that it's packed with amazing stuff? It's all true! And it's all coming to the store for our annual sale! The aisles get a little tighter and the prices get A LOT LOWER!
Deals to include: pre-cut fabrics; fabric by the meter; Husqvarna machines, feet, hoops, accessories; Husqvarna, Anita Goodesign embroidery designs; interfacings, stabilizers, pattern paper; elastics, trims, hook&loop tapes; books, magazines, patterns; buttons, etc. etc.
And over 100 bolts of brand new quilt cottons arriving soon !!!
Not to be missed.
If you're thinking of a new machine, what about the new-to-you option? You'll save $$ AND still receive FREE classes, a 90-day warranty and trade-up policy !!! Groovy Threads has every level of pre-loved machine, from entry-level to embroidery !!!
By: Groovy Threads 2020/01/23
Categories: Deal of the Week
Did you ever lay your blocks out the night before only to have your BFF make some modifications in the night. Uhh, yeah... Thanks for your help Merlin, but I think I'll stick with the original design.
By: Laura Tedball 2020/01/05
(L-R) Amber Darling, Trenval, Quinte West councilor Sally Freeman, Quinte West councilor Linda Reid, Quinte West mayor Jim Harrison, owners Laura and Tony Tedball, MP Neil Ellis and representing MPP Todd Smith's office, Susan Smith.
Here's the announcement at inquinte.ca...
And the plaques to commemorate: ( i like that! )
By: Laura and Tony Tedball 2019/09/12
Categories: General Info
Ooops, we did it again! Another week of summer, and another week of Fabulous Fashion camp. These Kids are AMAZING! We did pants, shorts, skirts, hoodies, jackets, scrunchies, and even some fashion forward doll clothes.
Here's the warm up practice run...
The runway show...
The Group Shots...
Cake was by Marin, we had our nails done at Linda's Hair Expressions, photos by Brenda, and another BIG THANK YOU to everyone who 'made it work', we couldn't have done it without you! We look forward to seeing everyone again at Groovy Threads!
Celia, a new Emerald 118 driver sent us these before and after selfies. Look how sad she is in the first photo and how fabulous in the second. A quote from Celia...
"I really just wanted this dress to be a onesie! :)"
That's some seriously groovy work Celia, and please keep sending in the show and tell !!
Fashion Camp July 2019 - it was hot in July, it was a lot of work, we made a lot of friends, but most of all these girls made FASHION!! There were some stitching veterans in the crowd, but some were sewing for the first time. We all learned a little bit about sewing, we all learned a little bit about ourselves, and we ALL had FUN. Thank you ladies, enjoy your sewing and we hope to see you again next year!
Here's the work in progress...
The practice run.
The red carpet runway...
Cake and Flowers.
And the group shot.