York Heritage Supports its Quilt Show Vendors

As you all know, we’ve had to postpone our Quilt Show to 2021, which means that you won’t have an opportunity this November to indulge in retail therapy (I think we all need some therapy at this point!).

You can, however, indulge in some on-line retail therapy now, and support the vendors who had planned to be at our 2020 show.

Like all on-line and store-front vendors, they don’t have as many staff members working as in the past, in order to maintain social distancing, so it’s taking them a bit longer to fill orders. While awaiting the arrival of your order, repeat the mantra which we are all saying these days: patience is a virtue!

So is supporting our vendors! Who knew that buying fabric and other sewing essentials could be a way to support our quilting community during a pandemic?!!

Here’s a list for you:

Hyggeligt

Country Clothesline

Sew Sisters

Kalidoscope of Quilts

Kallisti Quilts

Meerkat Shweshwe

The Quilted Ruby (Facebook page: The Quilted Ruby or email joy@thequiltedruby.com)

Quilters Nine Patch

Kawartha Quilting and Sewing

The Quilt Rack

Kindred Spirits

X’s and Oh’s

Country Concessions

Royal Quilts

Anns Fabric and Sewing

Valerie Miller Quilted Covers

Log Cabin Yardage

Canadian National Fabric

Stay well and keep on quilting!

Anne McLauchlan
President

About jmStitching

A love of stitching has been inherited from my mother and grandmother. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t have at least a couple of stitching projects underway. Whether it’s by hand or machine, there are always new projects I’d like to try or fibres I’d like to experiment with…and a few projects waiting to be finished!
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