It is with a heavy heart we are writing to tell you that due to Kevins’ ongoing health issues he has decided to sell Stonestead, ( the property) including the the Devonshire Tea House & also Sawmillers Quiltery, I am sorry that we have been forced into this but as I am sure you will understand health comes first
We intend to honour the March & April classes, especially the Tuffett Classes & at this stage Sawmillers will continue to trade as normal until our plans have come to fruition, classes that deposits have already been paid for will of course be refunded
We have made some wonderful friends since opening the shop 10 years ago, not just customers but tutors too & we have really appreciated the loyalty you have shown to Sawmillers
The Thursday Stitchers will continue as normal as will the Wednesday evening ladies too
Please come & see us whilst we are still here, the Official Greeters will be here too!!
Isn’t it always the way, when we decided to hold the Outdoor Quilt Festival always on the 2nd Sunday of February, it was because we hoped we didn’t ‘clash’ with any other events & primarily because the weather is usually good, but not so this year!
Thank you to all the registrants who donated their registration fees to Te Omanga as soon as all the remaining quilts have been collected we shall have the final figure & then will take it to Te Omanga & shall let you know what the final figure is
As a result of cancellations with dates clashing we find we have 3 places remaining in the second Tuffett class, if you would like more details let me know & I can email those out to you, we also have most of the class samples on display for you to see & these have also been loaded onto the Classes page on this site, see if there is something you fancy doing, the first one is the Retro Bag, slips over your shoulder & great for shopping
The Sale fabrics are still available so come & have a browse
Unfortunately as a result of the weather conditions here in Te Marua, we have decided to cancel the Quilt Festival, this is a very saddening decision for us as we particularly wanted to support Te Omanga this year knowing they are re-building the hospice
We have always said that we would not default to a 3rd weekend so if you would like to come & collect your quilts & either collect your refund or perhaps donate to Te Omanga still that would be great.
However, Stonestead Devonshire Teas will still be open as usual 10.00am – 5.00pm & Sawmillers Quiltery 10.00am – 4.30pm, there will still be high quality fabric available at discount prices for tomorrow only along with class samples for you to see & register for classes
Again our apologies
Yvonne & Kevin
Due to poor weather conditions, the committee have decided to cancel the quilt festival
The postponement date is Sunday 19th February, we shall keep all your quilts safely here until then
Yvonne & Kevin
This is a just a reminder to get those quilts and challenges in to us, we don’t have to have the quilts or cushions until Friday 10th or Saturday 11th February, but we do need the registration forms before Tuesday 7th February so that we can put all the details into the catalogue, remember the forms can either be downloaded via http://www.sawmillersquiltery.co.nz or also via http://stonestead.wordpress.com or failing that contact me and I can send the forms to you by return email, all you have to do then is scan the form and email it back to me, it might be a good idea to car pool the quilts with just one person delivering the lot and then someone else can collect providing you have the correct paperwork
This year is an important year for Te Omanga lets help them raise the much needed funds to re-build
Any queries just email email@example.com or phone 04 5262517
PS: We have ordered a fantastically beautiful day with a cloudless sky, no wind and nice and warm but not too hot!!!!