More About the “Next Chapter”

Thanks to all of you who have emailed, called and stopped in with words of encouragement and best wishes. I know many of you are sad, but this is really a great thing for us and you. Let me give you a clear view of what we’ll be bringing you in the future:

  • Retreats – We are known for our entertaining, instructional retreats. I will be adding more retreats throughout the year. Wait till you see some of our new locations!
  • Shows – We are already committed to be at the Cabarrus Quilt Show in September, Barnful of Quilts in October and the Quilting and Needle Art Extravaganza in Statesville in January. We plan on having kits, kits and more kits along with our beautiful, easy to read patterns. We’ll be looking into attending other shows as well.
  • Workshops – I’ll be scheduling workshops at various locations throughout the year.
  • Patterns – I’ll be working hard to bring you new patterns, ideas and more inspiration.
  • The Blog & Other Stuff – Oh yes, the blog. I’ll have time for that too … I’ll be a blogging fool! I will keep you updated on my happenings. I’ll also have the time to finish my Quilting 101 book, and start on “The Easy Way to Paper Piecing!”

6 thoughts on “More About the “Next Chapter””

  1. Hi Aimee,
    I am so sad that you will no longer be down the street. Knowing you were there, so close to home, meant so much to me. I hope your new venture works out well for you and your family. Please let me know about any workshops that you schedule. I would definitely like to attend these. I’ll miss you very much. Thanks for giving me a way to cope with, and enjoy, my new walk in life.

  2. Hey girl!!

    Your “favorite quilter” here (ha ha). Wow, four years together. And as of this writing, 2,300 quilts. It was one great ride. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity. The best of luck in the future.

    You know I love ya.

    1. Thanks Kay, You have been wonderful to work with. You are my one and only machine quilter! I look forward to our new memories.

      Nita, You are doing fine, keep practicing, you can always contact me through email. I will miss your hugs. I’ll get some local workshops going.

      Penny, Please keep following us online.
      Chris, what type of classes are you interested in?

  3. Hey Amiee,

    I too am sad that I am loosing my favorite quilt shop down the street. When I moved here from New York I hated to leave my quilt shop. But to my “joy” you opened up just down the street and I didn’t feel so bad about leaving home! You have been such an asset to the community and I wish you well in your new venture. I hope you will have gift cards online as that is the best Christmas gift my husband can give me!

    Good Luck and see you online!

  4. Hi Amiee!! I am so going to miss your little shop, but I wish you all the best in your new ventures!!! I was wondering about the shop hop…will you still be involved with this at the end of the month?

    Take care and best wishes!!

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