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Charlotte's Sew Natural
710 N. Main St.
Newton, KS 67114
316-284-2547

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Newton, KS
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316-804-4660
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The internet is such a vast world.  I like visiting other sites and have included a few web sites here that I have enjoyed, that are safe and friendly too!  

Hope you have fun on the internet and will come back to
visit us often here at www.sewnatural.net !

 

Central Kansas Quilt Shop Hop has it's own web site now.  You can check for updates by going to:
www.centralkansasquiltshophop.4t.com
Bookmark it or add to your Favorites list to keep up-to-date!

Plan now for the October 1, 2 & 3 2010

Central Kansas Quilt Shop Hop!

 

Fabric Manufacturer's sites are always fun to browse.  I have lots of fabric in the store that is not on my web site, so if you see something on one of these sites that you want, please ask, as I very well may have it!

http://www.rjrfabrics.com/
Take a look at it in RJR's fabric gallery & then ask me which lines I currently have on hand and which are coming!  

http://www.unitednotions.com/
Check out "In the stores now" category.  We carry lots of Moda Fabrics.

http://www.pbtex.com/
We especially like P&B's wide goods for backing quilts.

United Notions, Checker and EE Schenck are distributors of Notions & Books, whose sites are also interesting.  
Again, we can order anything you see on one of their sites, just ask us!

http://www.eeschenck.com

http://www.checkerdist.com

http://www.unitednotions.com

 

Great Products' websites include:

QuiltSmart interfacing comes in many different styles (and we stock all of them!), but the newest Lone Star printed grid interfacing is my favorite.  Check out this site for a quick over-view of how the product works and pictures of wonderful quilts made easily and quickly, using this product!
http://www.quiltsmart.com/mo_lonestar.htm

 

Creative sites:

 http://www.womenfolk.com
An inspirational and interesting site by Judy Anne Johnson Breneman, I particularly enjoyed the articles about women's "creativity".

http://www.mccallsquilting.com/lessons/listing/
This page is the "entrance" to many different "lesson" pages.

 

 

 

Some of my "friends in the neighborhood":

http://www.prairieharvestnewton.com
My "next door" neighbor, two doors north, Prairie Harvest is a specialty food store that concentrates on naturally produced and bulk foods. If you're looking for fresh food or hard-to-find products or trying to care for a special diet, you'll find what you need and more.

http://www.newtonyogacenter.com
Check out their class schedule for the Fall.  New location is at street level, just 1/2 block west of Main Street on 5th Street.
  What Is Yoga? Yoga is a practice that teaches discipline of mind, body, and spirit. It consists of poses that stretch and strengthen muscles, increase circulation, and calm the mind. The teacher demonstrates correct alignment and guides students to modify the poses if a more difficult or an easier workout is desired. The use of breathing exercises and relaxation are two ways yoga is different from other exercise programs. 

 

http://www.infonewtonks.org
Web site of the Newton (Kansas) Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau

 

Other good sites to know about:

http://www.quiltingculture.com
Marilyn Klaus, an old friend and Charlotte's Sew Natural alum, together with Sharon Sawatzky are working on an interesting research project.  They hypothesize that fabric coverings are windows into the materials and technology of geographic regions or religious groups and a medium through which cultural meanings are communicated. Please check out this web site, especially if you have ever made and donated a quilt to a Mennonite auction, or if you have ever purchased a quilt at a Mennonite auction.  They are gathering data!  Be sure to check out "Kaleidoscope of Nations" http://www.quiltingculture.com/pages/ourproject/kaleidoscope.htm  
This a great picture of the Kaleidoscope of Nations quilt which was the featured quilt for the 2003 Ontario Mennonite Relief Sale.  
It sold on auction for $44,000 CDN.

 

     
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