(Updated March 7th, 2019)
Welcome and thank you for stopping by our page. As you can see from the page title, you have reached the Sew Etc store “now closed” page. On October 30, 2018 we announced that we would be closing our store. On November 24th, 2018 the store had its final retail sales day. We created this page as a way to help customers find new homes and new solutions for all their sewing needs. We will continue to update this page whenever something new arises (look for the updated date tags), and hope to have it up for 6 – 12 months.
Our main email – firstname.lastname@example.org – we also hope to have up for the same duration, and will work to monitor and answer emails every 14 days, but sometimes it may be longer.
Please use the resources on this page to help with any timely challenges or needs you may have.
Thanks once again to all our customers for 26 wonderful years of fun and creativity.
Sewing Machine Service (Updated 3/7):
Gus (Nick’s brother-in-law) – Mendit Service and Repair. See more information on his website – HERE.
Paul (He was our in-house technician): Sewtec.ca. 1-905-638-3814. email@example.com
For long-arm service and repair, we do not have a specific recommendation at this time. Paul is looking into setting up for long arm Service, so stay tuned to his webpage or send him an email with a request to see where things are at.
Our recommendation for repair dealers:
(click on the links below to go to the site)
Brampton Sew and Serge
Good news for our long arm customers! Jane & Anne will continue to provide long arm quilting services for you.
Jane will continue to offer the Do It Yourself long arm service in her home in Carlisle (10 minutes north of Waterdown) as soon as she gets set up and running. She will also offer quilting for those who would prefer to just drop them off.You can contact her either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (905 690 0317).
Jump to her Facebook page too – Quilt as Desired
Anne also has a long arm business in her home in Burlington. If you are interested in having your quilt done for you, please contact her via email (email@example.com) or phone (905 331 6144).
You can also visit her Facebook page – Anne’s Long Arm Quilting Services
All manufacturer warranty work can be taken care of by an authorized dealer. Click on the links below for either brand and use their store locator to find a dealer near you.
Education (Updated 1/21):
Cheryl and Leah are launching an interactive online education community. Sew Socially! Be sure to let them know you are interested in getting their information by emailing and asking them to sign you up for their newsletter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check in at their site to see what’s new and happening as things get launched.
You can also email us at email@example.com and we will see if Elsa, Pam, Christine, or any of the other ladies may be interested in teaching too.
For Husqvarna Viking, Pfaff, and Singer needs, please visit their respective sites to find the dealer nearest you.
For Grace Quilting, you can either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org where we can assist with answering questions or contact them directly. Nick may be available to help with sales and setup for the next couple of months as well for those that are interested in this service. Just use email to reach out to him.
Our Charity Program:
We are happy to share that the ladies of the charity program will be continuing their work at a new location. Cheer! They have updated their name to be CHARITY STITCHERS and will continue to sew Wednesday’s at St Paul the Apostle (2265 Headon Rd Burlington). Some of the work they hope to complete is Simple flannel blankets (Love of Mateo), Mastectomy heart pillows (BioMed), baby quilts (Health Babies, Healthy Children Halton), and wheel chair quilts for various homes.
If you are interested in volunteering your time, donating supplies, or just to stop by for a hello, you can reach out to them via email: email@example.com
Thanks once again to this wonderful group of ladies and all who have helped and donated over the years. More than 10,000 different projects were donated. Wow!