Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Sale time

Sunday is my birthday and I thought what a wonderful idea to share with all of you - any orders received on Sunday or in store will receive 20% off all stock (does not include clubs, sale items or $10 per metre fabrics.                         Nays Place open Sunday's from 2-6pm 

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Opening Hours

Sunday 18th Sept 

Opening Hours will be from 2pm-6pm due to a Double birthday celebration in the Barossa

See you at 2pm

Friday, 26 August 2016

Opening 2pm - 6pm this Sunday

Sunday 28th August I will be opening from 2pm-6pm.  My son has a footy final at Loxton so will not get back in time for the 1pm opening. 
Thank you ;)

Sunday, 14 August 2016

Sorry Closed today

Sorry seem to be a bit under the weather with a chesty cough, running nose and headache - the whole family has been struck done with this terrible colds that are going around for the last couple of weeks. 

This means I will be closed today

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Open every Sunday from 1pm to 5pm

Open now from 1-5pm every Sunday

Lots of $10 per metre still available. 
Fabric prices range from $20-38 per metre for wide backs.

Stock includes Gail Pan, Kaffe Fasset, Tula Pink, Tilda, Tanya Whelan, Tim Holtz, Moda Fabrics United Notions, Robert Kaufman,  Red Rooster Fabrics, Cottage Garden Threads and more

Credit card facilities available

Sunday, 26 June 2016


Sunday 26th June  25% off SALE from 1pm - 6pm.

My 1st Stocktake Sale and its just because I don't want to count the fabric.

25% off full priced fabrics and notions.  

This means Kaffe Fassett, Tilda, Anne Kelle, Tanya Whelan , Tim Holtz from $18.75 per metre.

Gail Pan, Barbara Brackman, Moda, Robert Kauffman and more from $15 per metre 

Still lots of $10 per metre specials available.

For one day only - instore only

Cash and Credit Card available.  No layby.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

New Winter Trading Hours

With the shelves bursting I have added more bolts to the $10 per metre stands.
Open This Sunday from 2-6pm

Closed Sunday June 5th opening again for the June Long Weekend with new hours.

Winter Hours will be opening from 1pm - 5pm as it is getting so dark outside. 

These hours will be from June long weekend till October long weekend (think ski season)

Lots of new arrivals as well 

Hope to see you in store soon 

Friday, 13 May 2016

Sunday 15th May opening at 3pm

 Hi everyone

This Sunday I will be opening Nays Place later at 3pm staying open till 6pm
I have been working with lovely volunteers for the last 3 months making knitted and crocheted flowers and bunting to help decorate our local artesian Gallery - Rainmoth Gallery for an exhibition that is opening this Sunday.

The opening is at 2pm so I will be back by 3pm sorry for any inconvenience.

This has been a really fun project and I love how so many people have gotten involved.

And now to decorate 

New Arrivals from Hatched and Patched

Sorry this post went missing it was up in time for Mothers Day 

Some lovely new patterns have arrived from Annie at Hatched and Patched

Homeward Bound Project Roll (pattern also includes Needlecase, Scissor Holder and Pincushion) $16.00
Chooky's Pin & Scissor Keep $8

Lilly's Bluebird Pincushion $7.90

Zippered Bird Purse $7.90

Sew Project Pouch $7.90

Cornflower Needleroll $7.90

Wishes & Dreams Purse $7.90

Heart & Soul Pincushion $7.90

Just in time for Mothers Day

Sunday, 17 April 2016

Woo Hoo - A week of holidays - sewing here I come

Does anyone else feel this way.
I'm lucky my children are now getting old enough and other than the obligatory
day trip to Adelaide for the Movie, shopping and spending of Birthday and Christmas Gift Cards.
Cannot wait,
So many projects to finish, continue and start ;)
Surely I am not the only person that always have 10 or more projects on the go..
Have promised myself that I will finished 7 quilts this week
 (one for me, the Hubby's, the kids, M&D's and MIL)
and that's a huge chuck of the "to finish" list.
They are all in various stages - most have the tops finished, one is binding only and one is pinned, partly quilted and I just need to get off my butt and finish the quilting then binding.
I am madly getting housework done this morning before opening Nays Place today from 2pm-6pm.
And just a reminder
SUNDAY 1st MAY 2016.

Due to new stock arriving and no room for it - I have decided to continue the sale for the month of APRIL. Instore only.

Sale continues every Sunday finishing 6pm Sunday 1st May 2016....
Open every Sunday from 2pm - 6pm.

Fabrics from $10,$15 and $20 per metre. 20% off the rest of the store

No further discounts
Eftpos available.

No lay-bys on Sale Items

30 Twigden Road Taylorville
I am still stitching the Splendid Sampler with Pat Sloan and Jane Davidson..
Slowly catching up - its a bugger when you run out of ink for your printer to download the PDF files
This is such a fantastic project and has a lot of techniques that I am not comfortable or confident with
and that's what I loving about it.  There are no time frames - you can choose what blocks you do and don't do - over 12 months there will be 100 blocks from 82 designers. 
 A few bonus blocks and projects along the way.
I also have started the Cottage Garden Threads Club for my third year - I do still have one place left.
I have included a little bonus to help the first project.
Due to an unforeseen cancellation I do still have 1 place left cost is AUD 26.00 per month which includes P&H within Australia. This is a 12 month commitment.
Spent a lovely day with fabric reps ordering fabrics due to arrive in June/July hopefully will have space for them.
Keep Stitching

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Easter has wizzed passed and soon it School Holidays

Well that was Easter,
Done and Dusted for another year.
I know it is a time to relax and enjoy family and friends but I don't quite managed that.
Friday was a day that I started hoping for a sleep in but due to a gorgeous new puppy
I wasn't quite able to manage that and didn't really enjoy the 5 am crying session.  He is in with our older dog Buckley and I sillily thought they would keep each other company.
Meet Cosi our newest member
Mum and Dad came to visit for Easter and it is always fun having them share my family.  DH and Nbr 2 went to Melrose camping for a Landrover Show.  Nbr 1 has started working and had 2 shifts over the weekend and there was NO WAY my daughter Nbr 3 was going to a car show - I'm seriously Mum Landrovers arrgghhh...
Saturday I participated in the Waikerie Markets.  I haven't done this for a few months and it was lovely to see so many people in town. 
Waikerie was quite busy this Easter - we had BikeSA in town staying at the local Rec Centre oval, the overflow park of our local Caravan Park opening again - this is due to some long awaited upgrades soon with a new jumping pillow and toilet amenities coming soon.   Our town really needs this development - we have the nicest river frontage in the Riverland (well I think so)
Not the best shot but still beautiful - free BBQ shelters, grassed river frontage, toilets, playgrounds.
Have just wrapped up two days of my Annual Easter Sale - it was a fantastic, fun filled two days.  Meeting new people and seeing the lovely fabrics that people bought.  The new quilt projects that people are looking at doing.  The understanding husbands, kids that were happy to come and drink tea/coffee, play with the dogs, chooks and cats whilst their  better halves shopped.
I have decided to leave the End of Bolts/Older Ranges bolts at $10 per metre and still have quite a few bolts left so there will always be a bargain at Nays Place.
Am enjoying the new arrivals - this week it was Kaffe Fassett, Tanya Whelan, Tim Holtz and Panduro Fabrics (these are 140cm wide - great value)
A mixed bag - all $25 per metre

The new Panduro fabrics 140cm wide
Am still competing The Splendid Sampler
and will be spending a bit of time this week playing catch up.
This is a fantastic free sew-a-long with an array of designers, techniques and your choice of fabric.
Up to Block 13 now (well I'm up to Block 10)
 Had a few moments to do a bit of blog hopping and stumbled across a saying from
Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Company
"Finished is better than Perfect"
I think this is a really good way to live - and perhaps I shouldn't worry so much about being perfect or that seams and points don't match but just to go ahead and do it.
Then my kids might finally get their Christmas Quilts from two years ago.
Keep Stitching