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Stella Lighting Pledges $100,000 to Project Linus in 2014

Stella Lighting announced a yearlong commitment of $100,000 to Project Linus. In addition, Stella has created a Tiffany Blue lamp that will be sold in limited quantities (250 to be specific); each numbered, logoed, packaged and delivered. $100 from each lamp will be sent to Project Linus, a non-profit organization with chapters nationwide.

In addition, Stella is sending each chapter head (300+) a Stella Lamp as a token of appreciation; recognizing that they are the backbone of Project Linus National. Volunteers with Project Linus make blankets for children in need.










You can find Stella Lighting at your local independent quilt and fabric shop.

Perfect Paper Piecing with Deb Karasik

Have you tried paper piecing? Fiber Artist and author Deb Karasik makes it easy in her books Quilt Mavens: Perfect Paper Piecing, and Quilts With Attitude. Deb’s website also has free patterns and tips that you can download.

Find these books and all your quilting needs at your local independent quilt & fabric store!

Perfect Paper Piecing books by Deb Kasarik



Cyber Monday – Dec. 2, 2013

Cyber Monday is becoming one of the biggest online shopping days of the year in the same fashion as Small Business Saturday and Black Friday. Are you doing any online shopping for the holidays?

Find all your sewing and quilting needs at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.



Small Business Saturday

Celebrate Small Businesses in your community on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 30th.



Remember to Shop Small in Your Community!

Small businesses are the heartbeat of our communities. You’ll find all your sewing and quilting needs at your independent quilt and fabric retailer.


Small Business Saturday is the day we all Shop Small!

Deals Abound on Black Friday

Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving in the United States and is often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.


Fabric Shoppers Unite!


Did you know the name originated in Philadelphia, where it was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic on the day after Thanksgiving? Use of the term began before 1961 and saw broader use outside of Philadelphia after 1975. Later an alternative explanation was made that retailers operated at a financial loss January through November and “Black Friday” indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit or are “in the black.”

Will you take advantage of good deals and be out shopping on Black Friday?

Remember you can always find what you need for quilting and sewing at your independent quilt and fabric retailer.

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