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The Edwardian Needle Field Trip

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Okay, so this is my first post on the NJNA Blog.  Yesterday I was fortunate to be able to visit the newly re-opened shop in Fairfield.  It is wonderful to see Pam back in action!

The new shop is filled with threads, canvases, and gadgets – everything the stitcher could possibly need.  I was truly impressed with the layout of the shop; threads line the walls in a tantalizing display sure to entice.  Canvases are displayed on walls and tables.  Right now there are two trunk shows, Raymond Crawford and Joy Juarez.  I resisted the temptation to purchase any canvases but it was extremely difficult, let me tell you!

I was able to take a few photos of the new shop.  The light-colored walls and high ceilings really make the place welcoming.

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The Edwardian Needle seating area

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Threads and another seating area

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Tote bags, beads and canvas drawers

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Kreinik, anyone?

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Trunk Shows and more threads

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Linen Corner

The Edwardian Needle is now located at 390 Fairfield Avenue in Fairfield.  Shop hours are Wednesday to Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  I will be taking a class there starting September 18 and will post with an update.

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