If a rip in the fabric of time is what allows time travel, then sewing a patch on that rip is the only thing preventing Franklin Pierce from riding a steam train into the present, where he'd still be America's most forgettable president. Mend the fabric of time and pants with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of fabrics and other goods at Quilter’s Stash. This Groupon is valid at locations in Hurst and Southlake.
Quilter’s Stash’s team of thread-charmers equips customers with fresh fabrics chosen from more than 15,000 bolts of 100% cotton cloth by designers including Marcus Brothers and Henry Glass. Marcus Brothers' fresh mixers feature high-contrast colors and patterns reminiscent of toy or candy stores ($10.99/yd.), while Botanica patterns by Henry Glass ($11.99/yd.) introduce accents plucked from natural surroundings to help loungers blend in at their fern’s next sleepover. With the help of Nancy J. Martin’s book Baby’s First Quilts ($23.95) and a host of soft fabrics, customers can craft heartwarming security blankets for young ones.
Though not included in today’s deal, Quilter's Stash hosts lessons to help preserve the fine arts of hemming, darning, stitching, and making astronaut blankets. In addition to restocking sewing rooms and awakening needlework know-how, amiable staffers stoke the fires of customer creativity with a curated collection of inspiration-sparking quilts festooned around the shop.
A kaleidoscope of colors and patterns bewilders shoppers as they enter either of Quilter’s Stash's two locations. Some confused patrons report having found the end of the rainbow, but they are really seeing more than 15,000 bolts of 100% cotton fabrics by Marcus, Henry Glass, and other top designers. Staff members wait at attention to direct customers to the latest threads and patterns, and a few on-hand wizards can resuscitate a range of sewing machines from different brands. The crafty gurus are also enthusiastic about leading quilting and sewing classes that cater to students of all levels, and the shop's shelves are stocked with how-to books that facilitate at-home learning.