We are still working as quickly as we can to add every bolt in the shop to the POS and applying a bar code. Blenders and solids were done earlier this week and batiks are still in progress.
Please make sure to fill out the direct deposit authorization form and return to Sarah ASAP. She's only received them from about half of the crew (thank you if you've already done it).
Don't forget to reply to the printed newsletter distributed last week (check your mailbox) and write down your responses to the questions on there. You can save paper and just jot down your thoughts on the back of that newsletter. Sarah would like those back by tomorrow, 10/15.
The only Jen Kingwell class with availability right now is Georgetown on My Mind. People can sign up on the phone, online or in store.
If customers wish to return an item that was purchased on the old cash register, they must do it as an exchange for an item of equal or greater value.
Classes just added:
A hand applique class has been scheduled for 11/21.
We are picking a date for a sew-in to make fidget quilts for alzheimers/dementia patients in November.
A machine-sewn cathedral window class has been scheduled for 12/5.
New to IQ:
Robert Kaufman essex linen and three new chambrays have arrived.
The Fall 2015 Kaffe is here, although we are awaiting a few bolts.
Sarah, Leslie and Mary are heading off to Quilt Market in Houston at the end of next week.
Next week's schedule: