A Joyful Beginning & a Gingerbread Market Saturday

Welcome to Sterling Thread everyone!  I'm so glad you're here.

I really wanted my first post to be spectacular but alas, this process of deciding on and changing business names, creating a new website, logo, store and everything else that goes along with restructuring has proven to be quite the challenge.  Sewing & crafting, I've pretty much got that down - technology not so much.  

The first thing you will notice is that these snaps are not as good as the ones in my store.  It's simple, my ever talented, sweet husband, Chad took the "Store" photos and well, I took these.  Plus, I'm beyond ready to wrap up this web building process and he wasn't available for this part.  Chad also took the picture for my business card, trust me, they look fabulous in person.  I did the arranging of the blue velvet and the sterling thread, if that makes you feel any better about my abilities.  You have no idea what it took to set it up just right!

Speaking of - in person - my first and closest craft show of the season is this Saturday at Sienna Plantation's Club House.  The address is below.

Club Sienna

9600 Scanlan Trace

Missouri City, TX 77459


There will be many other vendors with wonderful things.  I hope to see you there and don't forget to bring a non-perishable food item to donate.  

I won't keep you any longer, thank you for visiting and if you see anything that needs my attention on my site or there is something in particular that you would like to see, please feel free to let me know.  Your help and advise is always appreciated.

Have a blessed day.





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