Wednesday Shop News

Four shops with big reopening news:

in New York City, Stitch by Stitch (1971 Palmer Avenue) in Larchmont will reopen for customers on Thursday. They are open by appoinment only for 30 minute appointments. They are open from 10 to 3 on Tuesdays (Starting June 2nd), Wednesdays 10-3 (Starting June 3rd), Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10-1. Only one customer may shop at a time. Please wear a mask and disposable gloves.”You may come in to shop, select threads & embellishments, pick up finishing or drop off finishing.” Make your appointment online: https://www.stitchbystitchneedlepoint.com/book-online?

In Connecticut, Enriched Stitch (196 Danbury Road) in Wilton reopens for shopping by appointment only beginning June 3. All appointments are 1/2 hour and only one customer is allowed in the shop at one time. Masks (not scarfs or bandanas must be worn and hands must be sanitized. Please email to reserve your spot: enrichedstitch@gmail.com

In Michigan, Homested Needle Arts (8185 Holly Road, Suite 4) in Grand Blanc will be open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 to 3 by appointment only. Masks must be worn and hand sanitizer must be used upon entering. Only one customer is allowed in the shop at a time. Appointments are 15 to 30 minutes and must be made in advance. Please call to book your appointment: 810-694-3040

In Chicago, Canvasback (1747 Orchard Lane) in Northfield reopens May 29. Their hours are 10-5 Monday through Friday, 10-4 on Saturday. For now, the store will be closed on Sundays. We will return to Sunday hours soon. 3 customers are allowed in the shops at one time, with appointments encouraged but not required. You must provide your own mawsk and hand sanitizer must be used. Customers may handle canvases but sales associates will handle threads. Credit cards and personal checks only.

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