You are going to love this! Connie has opened an Etsy store under sewitgoesbyconnie. Connie loves to make “stuff” and now she might just be making something you’d rather buy than make yourself. Here are her offerings so far:
The pumpkin mat and Halloween house pillow – sold separately.
Project Bag Buttons
Project bag She Who Sews
I believe she’ll be having some fabric packs for sale in the future. And the business side of this – Connie’s Etsy store is not connected to Country Threads (as you know it) which brings me to another point. Your checks to me should be made out to Mary Etherington NOT Country Threads. Since Country Threads is closed and there are new people working at the bank, I’ve had to prove that I am Country Threads. Ugh.
Closing our corporation is too complicated to even explain so just try to be aware of writing your check to Mary ETHERINGTON. Connie’s Etsy store is completely separate. For more information on her items for sale at Etsy I believe there is a way to contact her on the Etsy site.
Whew! Can we keep it all straight?
So check out sewitgoesbyconnie at Etsy – I bet she’ll be kept very busy! For those of you who asked about Betty, here she is – happy and healthy!
Have you ever seen such a shiny black dog?
P.S. A reader asked me about our address, 2345 Palm Ave. Palm???? That’s just what I said when the county supervisors changed our address from Rural Route 2 which I thought fit Country Threads perfectly to PALM AVE. PALM as in palm trees??? I visited the county supervisors in person to object and here’s what they said to me: we’ve never heard of Country Threads. And they wouldn’t consider my request to change it. So much for community support of which we’ve had virtually none in 45 years. I’d even venture to say Country Threads has brought in more out of state and out of town visitors than any other business in Garner! But sadly we’ve always been referred to as “that little craft store west of town”.