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Welcome to Stitcher's Playhouse!

Stitcher's Playhouse was opened in February 2005 by best friends, Ann Barnett and Jeanne Phipps, who both learned to sew at a young age. This love of sewing continued and after many years in other professions, these two creative people decided owning a fabric business of their own would be fun! Stitcher's Playhouse is located less than a mile from downtown Smyrna in a yellow house that was Ann's childhood home.

Once inside, customers see the love of fabric in all the projects on display. Children's garments that once were the primary focus of Stitcher's Playhouse have been joined by a large selection of quilting fabrics, books, and patterns. In addition, the shop offers a wide range of classes for all skill levels--from beginner to advanced. Class size is limited to six people so everyone is assured of receiving personal instruction. Visit Stitcher's Playhouse and be inspired to create something beautiful! 

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We are excited to introduce you to Elizabeth Thomas. She has wowed us with her talent and creativity each time we see one of her projects. A member of the Modern Quilt Guild, Elizabeth loves paper piecing and the intricate designs you can accomplish. When she showed us "Take Wing" by Lillyella Stitchery, we couldn't wait to ask her to teach a class at Stitcher's Playhouse. This beautiful butterfly can be a wall hanging, a placemat, a pillow, or even the center of a quilt. If you love paper piecing or have ever wanted to learn, don't miss this opportunity! It is a 2-session class that meets from 6:00 to 8:30 pm on Tuesday nights, April 18 & 25. The cost is $45 plus your pattern and fabric. Register now as we know this class will fill quickly!!

ABBEY ROAD TABLE RUNNER (or quilt or placemats . . . . .).

Don't you just love those patterns that give you more than one project to make?? Kathy chose the table runner, but the beautiful blue tie-dyed look of Moda's Shibori fabric lends itself to the quilt and place mats in this pattern, too. Junior layer cakes and jelly rolls make short order of putting these projects together. The table runner is perfect for that longer dining room table - 20" wide x 80" long.


And that's exactly what this quilt looks like. Designer, Sue Jones, who lives in Maryville, TN, takes the art of putting together light, medium, and dark fabrics to give the illusion of stacked blocks. Your choice of background fabric adds even more drama to this quilt.

May 5
SIT & SEW with Jeanne
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