Welcome! Thank you for visiting my web site. My shop does not discriminate against anyone regardless of race, religion or disability.
Current hours: Wednesday through Friday 10-5 and Saturday 10-4.
Congratulations, G.G. Flanagan! She won the grand prize from the Mercer Holiday Open House! She won $25 gift certificates from all 15 businesses listed below. Thank you to all the businesses who participated.
My shop is very unique! Its in a log cabin that was built in 1940, has a fireplace, wood floors and a lot of character. Here is a picture of some of my shop.
I offer so many notions, that I possibly have the most notions in the northern area for a multitude of sewing projects. I carry an entire palette of Jinny Beyer's (150 tonal colors) that are re-stocked regularly. So if you're looking for a particular color, walk up to the palette wall and you're set. I carry canvas, fleece, leather and SILK! I have bulk silk $5 per bag (pieces as large as 8 or so inches) and silk ties for $3 each. You just can't find a shop that carries such a variety.
My shop also has an entire rack of Creative Grid rulers that are made in the USA; Aurifil and Wonderfil threads; upholstery fabrics and 1/2 price fabrics (while they last). There is an entire wall of batiks; 18 different kinds of sewing needles; a huge selection of Civil War era fabrics and, of course, loon fabrics.
My shop is located in a seasonal part of the State. So starting in mid-October and going through the beginning of June, I will be open Wednesday through Saturday only. So that means my shop will be closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Please make a note of it.
I can ship you items if you require it, but do not have an on-line purchasing option at this time.
I accept most credit cards.
Where is my shop?
My shop is located right on Highway 51 in Mercer, right across from the BP gas station. It has a brown fence in front and several very large, pine trees in the front yard. The address is 5244 N US Hwy 51. Look for my sign that has my logo-above on it. The nearest cross-road south is Vaughn Street and Hwy 51.
Please see the newsletter section for more information.