Here are the rules: Your quilt must be lap size. That means that it must be bigger than a baby quilt but smaller than a twin size. You must include the bee from the free pattern that you are given. You can alter the bee by adding facial features, clothing, glasses, etc. but the shape must be the same, and the entire pattern used. You can pick up a free
Here it is. Our new discount program. Other shops will offer you a card that gets punched when you make a purchase. Usually, for every $250 or $300 dollars that you spend, you get a $20 or $25 gift card (if you’re lucky, it’s $25). Whether or not you realize this, that’s only a 10% discount on average. Many times you end up forgetting your card or losing it. You
New Long arm quilter in town! John Wild of Ripon’s Holly and Ivy is now doing long arm quilting. He has done quilting for me. Not just a little, but a lot and he’s doing a fabulous job. It’s like he was doing a great job right out of the gate. He’s up and ready to go and can take your quilt. The price is very reasonable, and you are
Effective immediately: Bungalow Quilting and Yarn will no longer accept returns or exchanges of yarn. Due to the high number of pet allergies, we cannot guarantee that once the yarn has left the Bungalow it was not exposed to dog or cat hair. Therefore, in order to promise our customers that the yarn they purchase is not a returned item, we are adopting this policy.
This yarn shop hop begins April 26th and goes through April 28th 2013. It includes the following shops: Bungalow Quilting and Yarn in Ripon, Wi. Susan’s Fibers in Columbus, The Knitting Room in Fond du Lac, Main Street Yarn shop in Hartford, Prairie Junction Yarn Shop in Sun Prairie Wi., Oak Street Antiques and Yarn in Baraboo, Wi., and Hook ‘n Needle Yarn Shop in Reedsburg, Wi. Prizes are as