Sale begins Monday April 24th and will end on Saturday April 29th.
hours 9:30 To 6:00 Monday thru Friday and 9:30 to 5:00 on Saturday.
All Home decorating fabrics and yarn @ 40% off
The fabric stash is excited to let you know we will no longer carry home decorating fabrics or yarn so we can invest more time and space into other parts of the business. We currently have a large inventory of brand name home decorating fabrics and yarns for you to choose from so come in and take advantage of these deep discounts while supplies last.
begins at 9:30 am on April 1st and ends at 5:00 pm.
More more more Fabric
Buy 10 to 20 yards save 20% Buy 21 to 30 yards save 30% Buy 30 yards or more save 40%.
Did you know a sofa requires approximately 10 yards of fabric and a queen size quilt can require 10 yards or more. This sale is perfect for those large home decorating projects or if your starting a new quilt. Maybe you just want to stock up for those future projects.
More more more Yarn
Buy 10 skeins save 20% Buy 11 to 25 skeins save 30% Buy 26 or more save 40%
Considering one adult sweater takes 10 or more skeins this sale is perfect for starting your new project.
Create A cover for your sewing machine using our pattern. Decorate it an way you like. Be creative! Climb out of your box.It is only $5 to join the fun.You have from March 1 to 31, 2017 to make and return your cover. Voting begins on April 1st 2017 and ends April 14th.
Prizes: Top 3 vote getters will receive a class card for 6 open sew classes. The next three vote getters will receive one open sew class of their choice.
December 4th Four very dedicated volunteers made 45 pet beds today for Second Chance Animal Shelter in East Brookfield. Thank you all! These should help keep the cats and dogs a little warmer this winter.
Take your pick. Pumpkin or Maple. I will show you how to make a table runner, placemat, or topper using your choice of pattern. You will need fall color scraps 2 1/2″ or larger strips. If you make the maple, you will need a few 5″ squares of fall colors too. If you decide to make a runner you will also need about 1 yard of background which can also be scraps in 2 1/2″strips or 5″squares or a combination of both. See you Sunday, October 16 from 1 – 4 pm. Cost is $15 plus supplies.
I am now currently at 11 weeks turn around time for machine quilting. The Christmas rush is right around the corner. To ensure that you have your quilt back in time for Christmas, please bring in your quilt by October 1st.
There will be NO Rush Quilt services from October 1st until December 26th.
You may pre-purchase a slip to reserve a spot. Our pre-purchase policy is, that you have your quilt here at least three days before the turn around time given. If your quilt is not here by the given turn around time, your quilt will be moved to the current turn around time or subject to the rush fee.
Pre-Purchased Slips available at the Stash
NO RUSH Quilts from October 1st until December 26th
Join us on Sunday, September 11th from 1 – 4 pm for a day of pillowcase making. We will be working on making pillowcases for Camp Sunshine in Maine.
We would love to have your help even if you don’t sew. Pillow cases need to be ironed and turned right side out too. So, lend a helping hand if you can, as many hands make light work. We finished 25 of the 100 last Sunday, so we will continue on this Sunday.
Many hands make light work. We made 101 animal beds today with the help of many generous people. We received donations from Sharon D, Ann M, Sturbridge quilting and sewing, Shelly M, Colleen L, Rita B, Jane C, and Becky S. Becky also helped cut so we could just start sewing today. Today our helpers were : Sally M, Patty D, Holley J, Rita B, Stacey D, Cassandra H and Eddi P. We were joined by the girl scouts from Leicester, MA and their sister city Leicester England. From Leicester MA: Aleksy G, Amelia M, Morgan E, Alyssa D, Lisa M, Dawn E, and Kate M. From Leicester England: Bethany L, Ella M, Charlotte P, Taryn P, Lucy S, Kairna S, Megan T, and Laura C. This was a very helpful group of girl scouts to work with. Thank you all for all of your help. We made many more beds than I had even hoped for.
All of us at SCAS would like to thank everyone at The Fabric Stash for sewing and donating 101 cat and dog beds!! These amazing beds will now be going home with each adopted dog and cat to get them started on the right foot in their new homes! What an amazing gift! Thank you for all the hard work and heart you put into these beautiful beds!
These quilts are from our sew-in session on July 10, 2016. We have 26 to send to the NIC unit at UMass Memorial. As I said before, we collect quilts all year for them. Thank you. A very big thank you for all the help we got on July 10, and to everyone who has continued to help.
I just finished another log cabin. This time I used the regular 6″ log cabin ruler from Creative Grid. Then I added another round and used the 8″ ruler to square up the blocks, so there is a fourth round on these. I also only used colored fabric…no light / white.
Have you ever wanted to make your own tote bag? Not sure where to begin with all your extra fabric? Laurel is ready to teach you how to make a scrap tote bag! Join Laurel on Sunday, July 17 from 1 – 4 pm for Scrap Sunday class.
Cost is $15 plus supplies.
Bring 1 yard of pieced up fabric to make your tote bag.
On Sunday, September 4th, from 1-4 pm, the Stash will be making pillowcases for Camp Sunshine in Maine. Marie Oprica and her family will be volunteering there for a week this fall. Camp Sunshine is a comforting place for children with serious illnesses and their families. The week that Marie is there, the families will be making memorial quilts from their child’s clothes. I hope you will join us on the 4th to give the children a special pillowcase. Donations are always welcome.
Sunday, August 7, from 1-4 pm, join the Stash in making cat and dog beds for Second Chance Animal Shelter. These beds will make the pets more comfortable while waiting to be adopted. Donations are always welcome. We look forward to your help.
Join the Stash on Sunday, October 2, from 1-4 pm for our charity sew-in. We will be making quilts for the U-Mass Memorial NIC unit. The quilts are approx. 45″x45″. They are used over the islets to keep the light out of the babies eyes.
Don’t sew? We can still use your help pinning, ironing, and matching colors. Your help is priceless and there is no charge. Come help give a baby a little more light. Donations are always welcome.
Laurel just finished the center of her log cabin quilt, using the 8″ log cabin ruler by Creative Grid. Right now it measures 96″ square. I am adding an all dark log cabin border which will bring the measurement to 112″ x 112″. You might think I was Harriette with this measurement.
Do you have a stack of odd fabric pieces?
Don’t know what to do with your accumulation of scraps?
Then Laurel is here to save the day! She will help you tame your scraps!
Join Laurel on April 17 from 1 – 4 pm
for a “Crumbs And Leftover” scrapping class. Cost is $15 plus supplies
Have you ever wanted to make a Stack and Whack quilt? Laurel is ready to show you how to “Stack and Whack”. Join the Stash on April 10 from 1 – 4 pm and bring 6 to 8 repeats of one large print fabric with at least a 12″ repeat.
Cost is $25 plus supplies. YOU must sign up. Call Laurel to sign up and if you need any more information.
Are you Irish? Do you celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day? Maybe you love to decorate? Talented Laurel is here to teach you how to sew a “Shamrock Applique Tablerunner” for Saint Patrick’s Day. Join Laurel on Sunday, February 21 from 1 pm – 4 pm to design your news decor.
Michelle had finished this rug but was not happy with the way it came out, so she unlaced it and added the stripes of black to define the bands of color. She did not unbraid the color, so it had to be butted to the black. Michelle said she wouldn’t recommend doing a rug this way. If you are not happy with the rug at any point, take it out then, don’t keep going. It isn’t going to get any better.
Have you ever wanted to personalize your quilts, pillows or blankets? Well your expert Laurel is here to inspire you as well as show you the best techniques in personalizing your projects. Join us on February 7 from 1 – 4 pm for a fun time learning Word Art.
Join Laurel on Sunday, January 24 from 1-4 pm for a tutorial on cutting bias strips and sewing them together properly to make your own bias tape. Make bias tape to match or contrast any project. Bring your projects up a notch to designer level rather than settling for solid colors available in a package.
We have added another Rug Braiding class.
Join our new class on Thursday’s from 10 am – 12 pm.
Come create your new rug hand braided by YOU. Make a rug out of re-purposed wool. Bring your wool or use some of ours from our wool bank (feel free to replenish wool to our bank for others to use as well).
Fabric Stash will be open till 5:30 New Years Eve. We will have children’s class 3:30 to 5:30. Friday we will be open 9:30 am to 3 pm. Saturday we will be open our regular hours 9:30 am to 5 pm, and we WILL have all day sew. There are still a few spaces left. Give us a call so you don’t miss out! There are only 3 more days to save on fabric @the Stash. See You soon!