America has enjoyed a long tradition of textile manufacturing, from Betsy Ross cross-stitching the Constitution to Neil Armstrong knitting the Eagle lunar lander. Discover the fruits of fabric tradition with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of merchandise or classes at Berry Patch Fabrics.
Berry Patch, which threaded its first darning needle in 1977, caters to stitching savants with a patchwork of fabric and sewing essentials, as well as sewing classes. Specialty patterns start at $9.99, and breathe-easy cotton and batik yardage ($10.49/yard) are ideal mediums for a fashionable sundress or a hand-sewn bulletproof vest.
Or opt to learn the basics of stitchery in one of Berry Patch's classes. Budding tailors can piece together their own pajama pants in the beginning sewing class ($45), and more seasoned fabric wranglers can take on advanced smocking ($45) or intermediate pillow stuffing. Berry Patch’s summer newsletter contains both the class schedule and the course catalog.
Berry Patch offers a fabric buy-back program, which places orphaned cloth in loving homes at a steep discount. Patrons can bring along un-used cotton remnants and yardage to earn cash or store credit through Berry Patch’s unique Fabric Rescue program.
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