From: the 3 A Quilting <email@example.com>
Sent: September-11-12 8:54 PM
Subject: September e-Newsletter
Oh MY! Where does the time fly??? I try to send these e-Newsletter at the beginning of each month and we’re now almost half-way through September and I’m only just sending out now! Without further ado, let’s get onto business. *s*
This month, there’s 3 quilt shows I’ll like to bring to your attention:
(don’t be fooled by the name of the web link – it’s for the 2012 Quilt show)
Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild, 31st Annual Quilt Show and Sale
Dates: 13th to the 15th September 2012
Threads of Life – Sussex Vale Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show & Sale
66 Magnolia Ave., Sussex
Hours: Thurs 1-7, Fri 10-7, Sat 10-4
Admission w/refreshments: $5
28th and 29th September 2012.
Inspired by Nature Quilt Show,
21 Calais Avenue
Click on their PDF link, for more info:
or, read this article:
And, here’s another link, from the Covered Bridge Quiltery, with more Quilt Shows in our surrounding area:
As some of you know, I will be finished my full-time job at the end of September. And, as I keep reminding myself, “One door shuts and another door opens.”
Soooo, I will be offering “Kitchen Classes”!
I’m still working on the final details but I will teach an “all day” class at Town and County – max. 8 per class. If more people are interested, there might be more classes there. Like most things, “Supply and Demand” is the name of the game.
I also hope to have “afternoon” classes in our kitchen – max. 4 per class.
The difference between an all day class or just an afternoon class?
An all day class – we start from the beginning. I hope to offer tips, tricks and advice.
An afternoon class – you’ll have homework or prep work done, beforehand.
I hope to offer a different class, every month.
Stay tuned. *s*
Gilbert and I have decided to have a Christmas Quilty Basket Draw! For every quilt you bring to us between now and the 23rd of December, or every Kitchen Class you take, we’ll give you a FREE ticket for a chance to win our Christmas 3A Quilty Basket!
The date for the draw is the 24th of December and the Christmas Quilty Basket’s value is over $100.00!!!
Ever wonder if you’re charging enough, when you sell one of your quilts? Here’s an interesting link I came across:
And his video. But I’m warning you, it truly IS fiction… LOL
Gilbert’s picked up 2 new pantos! We’ve tried them and they look GREAT!!! Trust me – they’re even better than the pictures!
Rosa and Gilbert