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Celebrate National Embroidery Month

Celebrate National Embroidery Month

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Did you know February is National Embroidery Month? In honor of the national observance of the embroidery craft, we are excited to be hosting an upcoming Anita Goodesign Embroidery Party with Steve Wilson! Last year we had Steve teach an embroidery party, this event was so popular we have arranged to have Steve come again. An embroidery party is an educational seminar that is designed to increase your knowledge of machine embroidery by learning new techniques through an informative lecture and hands-on team sewing! These parties are really fun and fantastic opportunity to expand your knowledge of the embroidery craft. This all new seminar for 2011 is happening at the Everett Holiday Inn on April 28th & 29th, and at the Puyallup Fairgrounds on May 6th & 7th.

Here is what you can expect to learn this year...

Find out how the professionals make their embroidery look so good! Learn how to turn your creative ideas into beautiful embroidery and explore turning your passion for embroidery into a money making part-time business by joining embroidery expert Steve Wilson for two fun filled days of embroidery education. Everything is provided: Sewing machines, kits, handouts, designs, lunch and snacks. Learn new techniques in a stress-free team sewing environment. Read more about this event, plus if you sign up online by February 28th, at the event you will receive a CD with five Anita Goodesign Embroidery Design Collections.

The images featured above were taken at the embroidery party event last year...

Brother is celebrating National Embroidery Month by offering No-Interest Financing, Rebates, Discounts and a Free Gift February 11th-28th. These special offers are available with purchase of the Brother Quattro 6000D, Entrepreneur Pro PR-1000, the Innov-ís 2800D, the Innov-ís 1250D, and the Project Runway Limited Edition 5234PRW. For further details about these promotions read here or stop by any Quality Sewing location!

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