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Weekend of stitching

We've decided to host a stitching weekend. It's always such a lovely way to get through some sewing projects with some like-minded souls!

Here are the details.
September Sat 8th and Sun 9th at the hall located right near the shop on Gardenvale Rd, Gardenvale.
9.30 am - 5 pm.

$65 for 1 day.
$120 for 2 days.
 (both days are fully catered).

To add a little something special we're decided to include an applique demo from 11-12 daily for anybody wanting to learn a new skill!

Please ring on (03) 9596 7225 to book your place.
Full payment to made on booking to confirm place.
Numbers are limited.

So come and join the fun!

Comments

Kathryn said…
Where will this fun event be held?
Kellie said…
oh Happy Birthday to me! Can't wait!
amitietextiles said…
Hi Kathryn,
it will be held in the hall right near the Shop on Gardenvale Rd, Gardenvale.

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