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What You'll Get
Sewing your own clothes requires nimble fingers, an exacting eye, and the ability to separate yourself from fabric that you previously glued to your body. Get the goods to make the garb with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of fabric at Keep Me In Stitches, redeemable at either the North Dale Mabry Highway or West Kennedy Boulevard locations.
The staff at Keep Me In Stitches act as guides, shepherding fabric finders toward shelves flourishing with textural choices. With a full fleet of fabrics, including batiks and novelty prints, from brands including Hoffman, Michael Miller, and Timeless Treasure, needle bearers can find the perfect bolt for their project, whether they're creating the perfect quilt or creating matching mother-daughter onesies (starting at $10.08/yard).
Groupon customers also get a $200 discount toward any one of Keep Me In Stitches' embroidery machines ($799+). Each with different capabilities, the embroidery arsenals come in a variety of fine forms, some embroidery-exclusive, others with sewing capabilities, and still others sporting auto-threaders, LCD displays, touchscreens or compact profiles, so thread flingers on the down low can slip through interstate arts-and-crafts police checkpoints undetected.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Keep Me In Stitches
Vibrant swaths of fabric in nearly every hue of the spectrum line the walls at Keep Me In Stitches, where knowledgeable staffers dispense creative advice and design ideas as they roam the prismatic environs. They carefully curate a vast collection of textiles, which flaunts silks, novelty prints, and batiks from brands such as South Sea Imports, Benartex, and Michael Miller.
Aside from fabrics, the shop uses a fleet of sewing machines and digital design tools to facilitate embroidery endeavors. The staffers can also enlighten nascent seamsters during frequent classes and workshops, as well as repair sewing machines and bionic grandmothers of all makes and models.