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Serger Christmas napkins

These beauty's worked up quickly using the serger's rolled hem feature. A whole set of reversible napkins folded into Christmas trees.


Well Done Tabitha!

Tabitha's first quilt!  Made for her beautiful little girl Hannah.  Took her only 3 days to piece this beauty together.  She made a matching pillow as well!

We couldn't be more proud of you! Congratulations, and keep up the great work.


T-shirt memory quilt

Laura's brewing up an exciting class for the new year, a T-shirt memory quilt. Think sport teams, vacation locations, etc.

For the Pine Ridge sample, t-shirts from Quinte West! A huge thanks to Yvonne King at Quinte West for the t-shirt donation :)


New Flannelette Pj's

One of the first things Laura made for me after we met was Pyjamas, and she's been making them for me ever since. Over the years she's perfected the design and tailored them masterfully to my measurements. She cranks them out in no time on her Husqvarna serger.

When this new flannelette showed up recently with Skateboards on it, well the timing couldn't have been better. It's starting to get colder at night, me old ones is getting a little thread bare, and I love skateboarding! Thanks Laura, I love you too :)

Stop by Pine Ridge to check out our buffett of the latest flannelette's just in time for PJ season.


Pamela's T's

“Needed” new T-Shirts and Pamela’s Perfect T-Shirt pattern was just sitting there, minding it’s own business and bam! My Husqvarna serger, a little stay tape and three T-Shirts ready for cover stitch!

Pamela’s Patterns are “designed to fit and flatter women with REAL figures!” They address many common fit issues and even include a separate darted Front piece for women with full busts.

And _of course_ you can get these 3 fabrics at Pine Ridge.


Sew Spooky!

This runner from the Art to Heart Table Please book was frighteningly easy (with help from WonderClips).

We’ve adapted it into a placemat for a beginner appliqué class on Friday October 14, 10-3pm!

Learn the basics of applique with this quick and speedy Hallowe’en placemat. Full of tips and TRICKS for beginners but also a TREAT for intermediate quilters.


Christmas Fabric --SALE--

That's right, Christmas fabric on sale BEFORE Christmas. What will those little Elves down at Pine Ridge think of next?

Plenty of time left to whip up a new table runner for the season, or stockings, decorations, etc. Check out a Christmas Serging class here.

For the entire month of October, take 20% off all Christmas Fabric, and don't forget that Pine Ridge customers always get upto an additional 10% in Loyalty Bonus. It really does pay to shop here!


Canadian Mystery

All fused up and ready for a movie night :) The newest instalment of Canada’s 150th Anniversary Quilt has arrived and I’m sew excited! It’s Ontario!

Canada Mystery Quilt, designed by Shania Sunga, to commerate Canada's 150th Birthday will consist of 13 Blocks featuring 10 Provinces and 3 territories of Canada.

Finishing April 2017
Price is $16.99 every six weeks until you have received all 13 block kits and the finishing kit is $46.99.
Sign up at Pine Ridge for a deposit of $50.

Starting late, no problem, all Mystery Blocks will be available for 2 years.

Ooops, she did it again!

She played with the store, so we can sew so much more...
Sent from above, I must be in love...

I really didn't know if I could pull off a Britney reference, but there it is. HA!

But seriously, if you haven't been in lately, you've gotta get down to the store. A custom built Pine counter to greet you, upgraded and redesigned class room so we can offer bigger and better classes, enhanced fabric display, increased yarn storage, bias tape dispenser, new thread installs, organization, and peg board, Peg Board, PEG BOARD!

Everything's changed. It's not the same store that it was a few months ago. And it's definitely not the same store it was a few years ago. You gotta get in here and sew!

Oh baby, baby!


Embroidered Waistband and Shirt Back

What do you get when you give a garment sewer an EPIC embroidery machine? Embroidered waistbands and shirt backs of course!

Laura was litterly giggling when she started changing colours onscreen with a swipe and a tap. The intuitive nature of the touchscreen interface is a dream to work with.

Setup took a bit of effort to get the curved waistband lined up properly with design positioning, but the machine made light work of it once it was underway. Note the use of a top stabilizer.


Watch Laura's back for exciting new ideas blending fashion, fit, and embroidery all into one.

It's exciting to watch an expert at play!