News to Use from RQ June 18th
Posted by KJCB on June 18, 2020
Attention Mask Makers: One of our local hospitals, Franciscan Health Foundation, is still in need of volunteer mask makers! If you can help, please contact Jody Mathew at 765-491-5522.
This week's TBT collection is French Country by Sara Morgan for P & B Textiles. We're bringing back a more traditional group this week so be sure to take a look! Follow this link to the "Throwback Thursday" Sale page on the RQ website for all the details! On to the news....
Don't Forget...2019 Holiday Fabrics Are Still Marked Down
Our remaining 2019 Christmas and holiday fabrics are still marked down on the RQ website. This is an online ONLY sale and prices have already been reduced without a coupon code. Shop soon for best selection! Remember that we will contact you if we are short on the amount of yardage you order. Start those winter projects early this year!
How Can I Shop at RQ This Month?
Thank you to our instore and online customers who continue to shop with us during the restrictions put in place to protect both our customers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the ways you can still shop at RQ to keep your projects moving forward:
1.) Shop online at rossvillequilts.com anytime! Choose to have your items shipped to you (FREE Shipping at $50) or select in store pickup at checkout and use our curbside pickup.
2.) Curbside pickup and drop off hours are Tuesday - Friday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. During this time you can pickup online orders as well as drop-off/pickup sewing machines that need service. No appointment is required for curbside service, simply pull in and call us or honk and we'll be out to assist you.
3.) Thirty minute in-store shopping appointments are available Tuesday - Friday. Please call (765) 379-2900 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment. You are asked to wear a face covering during the duration of your appointment and you may bring a second person with you. More details are available in previous News to Use Newsletters.
What's New at RQ
Newly arrived at RQ is Potpourri by Laura Heine for Windham Fabrics. This beautiful collection features Laura's floral and word prints that we have seen in her prior groups. She's released two new patterns for use with Potpourri which we are kitting at RQ: Topiary and Daisy Fey.
Our newest winter holiday collection to arrive is Marches de Noel by 3 Sisters for Moda Fabrics. This group features a beautiful focal print that is supported by florals, paisleys, and stripes just to name a few. We have jelly rolls, layer cakes, and charm packs now in stock. The stunning quilt above is "Noel" by Doug Leko of Antler Quilt Designs and is available in a kit from RQ. If you prefer smaller projects, check out Doug Leko's newest book Tabletastic which features 20 new tablerunners, many of which feature the new holiday collections.
The magnolias are blooming from Jackie Robinson this week! Accents on Magnolia is her newest collection from Benartex. Choose from cream or coral magnolias in an allover print or the beaufitul border stripe. Magnolia Stars (featured above) uses the magnolia prints as well as Jackie's coordinate to make the 56" x 68" quilt.
BERNINA Summer Sale is Heating Up!
Ready to test drive a new sewing machine or serger? Now's the time to take advantage during the BERNINA Summer Sale and see what a new machine could do for you. Already have a BERNINA? Select accessories (such as embroidery hoops, embroidery software, gripper rings, and cup clip) are 25% off MSRP too! Call the store or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment to talk about a new machine.
As we begin reopening, we will also begin to contact those of you who purchased a new machine and have not had your classes. We will only be scheduling a couple of you at a time, to maintain social distancing standards. If you want to be sure we have you on our list, please send an emailed reminder to email@example.com. NOTE: Since you will be around others for an extended time period, we ask you to keep in mind the safety of them as well as yourself. If you have been in contact with anyone ill or feel symptomatic yourself, please call us to reschedule. You will need to wear a mask during your class. Thank you for your understanding.
All other classes will soon resume under similar circumstances. We appreciate your patience!
Did You Know?
We're in the process of finalizing details for a Virtual Machine Embroidery Event with our partners at OESD! This will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about machine embroidery in an interactive presentation. We will have all the information on this July event in upcoming newsletters so keep an eye out for more!