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Hurricanes, Halloween and other holidays

Wow, it looks like Hurricane Joaquim is going to bring us five full days of rain!  What a great time to stay home and sew! Due to the impending storm, the Chenille Rug class, originally scheduled for Friday, October 2nd has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 29th.

It's officially October. Are you ready for Halloween at the end of the month.  Now is a great time to start on your costumes if you haven't already!
After Halloween, Christmas is just around the corner.  How are those Christmas projects and presents coming along?  What? You haven't started yet! 
Never fear--there are plenty of classes in October to get you started!

Wednesday, October 7th

Paper Pieced Tree Class taught by Lee Taylor


Tuesday, October 13th

  Halloween Basket class, taught by Sue Burton

Wednesday, October 14th

3D Christmas/Thankful Trees
taught by Cheryl Harding          

Thursday, October 15th, 6pm

Sip and Sew
--Trick or treat bags


Saturday, October 17th

Fabric Photo Frames
taught by Karen Lee Carter 


Friday, October 23rd

Barbara's Bags Class--spice up the Simple Tote Bag with Tumbler pieces


Saturday, October 24th

Ruler of the Month Workshop
(Christmas Tree Skirt)  taught by Lee Taylor

Wednesday, October 28th

 Block of the Month ** Time change 1PM


Thursday, October 29th

 Chenille Rug Class  taught by Brenda Gerhart

Questions - Here are a few of the questions that I hear often and the most recent answer.

Bah, Bah, black sheep have you any wool?
Yes! There is wool at Sewlovelee!
*felted wool  for applique projects in 8 beautiful colors
*wool batting (Winter is Coming!)
*wool remnants (Hey rug hookers, this is for you!)

What's the 5 for $5?
This weeks 5 for $5 features Dots and Designs

As always, purchase any combination of 5 yards of these 5 fabrics and pay just $5 per yard!

To answer the question: How's Kyle?
Wow, does his life looks exciting!  Check out his blog:

Stay safe and dry and pray your electricity stays on so you can keep sewing during this storm!
Hope to see you soon!

Lee Taylor