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P.O. Box 806091

St. Clair Shores, MI 48080

 

 

Got stuff to sell? Email me and I’ll post your ad. I’ve started this page off with a few categories. If there’s a category you don’t see below and would like it to be added please email me.


 

Posted 9-16-2017: For Sale: Tiara II by Baby Lock. This is a sit-down (stationary) long-arm. It has been used only a few times. Call Stacey Burdge for more info. 586-747-7250 or staceyburdge@gmail.com


Sewing/Quilting Services

 

Ladybug Machine Quilting and Embroidery

Hand guided longarm machine quilting in my pet free and smoke free home. Embroidered quilt labels also available made to your specifications.

White on white, white on off-white, and white on tea dye 100% cotton fabric  for sale at very reasonable prices.

Call Pam Thompson
586-465-1507



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  Sister’s Textile Art & Quilting

(586) 255-6285

Your quilt will be quilted on my longarm machine, hand-guided for the perfect finish.  I accept most sizes - from baby to king-sized quilts.  Each quilt is handled individually in a smoke free environment and quilted with the highest quality materials, supplies and threads. 

Choose from a variety of hand guided services including pantographs, meandering, edge-to-edge designs, custom and heirloom quilting.  I also offer basting services for hand and home quilters.

Quilter’s Dream batting is available for purchase in cotton, wool, and black or white poly (discounts are given on batting with the purchase of quilting services).  I also stock a limited number of fabrics and backing fabrics at reasonable prices.



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 HAVE YOU SEEN THESE BLOCKS & QUILT TOP?

The crazy quilt blocks that are shown below are only a couple of the many crazy quilt blocks that were stolen from Sew Together's shop in Richmond, in May. In addition to the quilt blocks, the red top belonging to a customer was also stolen at the same time.

The crazy quilt blocks represent, hours and hours of handwork, and contained heirloom laces and buttons.  They are irreplacible. The red top had hours of work into it, and was waiting to be machine quilted.

   stolen quilt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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