What a crazy time we are all living in! I am expecting a shelter in place order to come any time for DuPage County, which means no open hours at Stitchers Garden. Effective Sunday, March 22, we will be suspending in store hours for at least the next couple of weeks. I will be checking emails and phone messages and shipping out to any one who needs things so please don't feel that you are stuck. All private lessons will be suspended until further notice and your instructor or I will contact you once we are open to the public.
We will have regular business hours, 10am-5pm, today and tomorrow - Friday, March 20th and Saturday, March 21st. I am limiting the number of shoppers to no more than 3 people until we close at 5pm on Saturday. Curbside pick-up will be available through Saturday as well. Call the store, 630-946-6216, during our business hours and I will be happy to take your payment information over the phone. Upon your arrival I will put your bag outside the door for you to retrieve.
If you don't follow us on Facebook: Stitchersgardenil or Instagram: Stitchersgardenil please do so. I will be posting new arrivals on both sites as well as our website. All orders have been rerouted to my home for delivery. There are so many cute things that would have been available for market and I want to keep you all as updated as possible. If you placed an order with us for something from market I will be contacting you by email to verify your order.
Just as a little teaser and a bit of "new" canvas happiness, these are just a few of the items that we received from Danji Designs. Frank Lloyd Wright's Waterlilies Window $132 Traditional Santa Candy Cane $58
Floral Heart $91
Floral Coasters $56 each
Stay safe out there Stitchers. It's a crazy world and we are all just trying to live our best life. Remember to be kind, as this too shall pass. To everyone who took a few minutes to stop in for curbside pickup, some stock-up shopping or online ordering: THANK YOU! I couldn't stay in business without you and I love seeing all the beautiful work you do! Love to you all, Deb