Louise’s Needlework (244 W Olentangy Street) in Powell will have a Bargello class on March 9 from 1 to 5. All materials are included in the class fee. You can choose from four different color options. Call the shop to sign up: 614-436-3905
What’s the Point (126 S. High St.) in Dublin will have a Stitch-In Thursday Sept 20th. All new market goodies will be 20% off that day. Refreshments provided. Bring a new customer or stitcher and both of you will get 20% off threads Thursday through Saturday!
Visit Louise’s Needlework (244 W Olentangy Street) in Powell this week for their in-house trunk show special. All floral canvases are 20% off this week only. If you are shopping on-line, use the code FLORAL20 for your discount. Shop on-line here: https://www.louisesneedlework.com/
The folks at Louise’s Needlework (244 W Olentangy St) in Powell have cooked up a delightful club featuring Rebecca Woods charming seasonal house ornaments. The club begins in March 2018 and includes canvas, stitch guide, and threads. Call the shop to sign up: (614) 436-3905
What’s the Point? (126 S High St) in Dublin has put together a club featuring Rachel Donley’s new gingerbread letters. Choose a word, a name, or some initials from the menu and they will create a recipe of stitches and fibers for you to enjoy. Call the shop to learn more: (614) 717-9008
Louise’s Needlework in Powell has a new club for fans of Ohio State. The four pennants spell out O-H-I-O and have icons for the school. The club is four months long and the first month includes the thread kit for the series. Call the shop at 614-436-3905 to sign up.
Lovely handbells, one each for the 12 days of Christmas, are the subject of the newest club from What’s the Point? in Dublin. Designed by Kelly Clark, the club comes with their exclusive stitch guides and finishing fabric from Kelly. Learn more here: http://www.whatsthepoint.biz
Vist Louise’s Needlework in Powell in person or order by phone and you can save in their Super Shopper rewards program. You will get $3 off your next purchase for each $100 you spend. It’s automatic and done by their computer. Unhappily Internet orders can’t use this system, so call to place your order and […]