The Sewing Circle

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Certified Husqvarna Viking and Pfaff sewing/embroidery/quilting machines, accessories & notions. Classes to learn any type of sewing available.

NEW LAURA HEINE collage, VINO! You can even get a wine inspired hanger to show off your masterpiece.
04/28/2020

NEW LAURA HEINE collage, VINO! You can even get a wine inspired hanger to show off your masterpiece.

Look what my talented niece Lizzie Schafroth made!!
04/01/2020

Look what my talented niece Lizzie Schafroth made!!

This jacket was made over the last week. Three variations of paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard. It was incredibly fun- I included a few work in progress images.

03/29/2020
Robin

We will go the extra mile to keep you sewing and at HOME Safe!

I have a feel-good story: I called the Sewing Circle in a panic to get that last bit of fabric I needed to keep myself sane over this pandemic isolation. Melissa called me right back and took my order with a promise to present it curb-side when I arrived. Then we got the stay-at-home order so I couldn't leave my home to pick it up! Melissa mailed my fabric to me at expense to her business asking only that I continue to shop there. I think that is going above and beyond. I am absolutely going to continue to shop there. ♥️

Super cool embroidery!
03/27/2020

Super cool embroidery!

This smock dates to ca.1580. The bodice is decorated with blackwork embroidery and was an integral part of the complex layers of clothing worn by women from wealthy families in England.

Smocks like this were worn under the outermost items of dress, but it was never intended to be concealed completely as underwear is generally today. Decorated smocks could also be worn as semi-formal wear in bed for receiving visitors.

The smock was probably made in the household of the girl or woman for whom it was intended. Most young girls in well-to-do households learned how to embroider, so this embroidery could well have been worked by a skilled amateur. It seems likely that the black silk on this smock was of Spanish origin because it has lasted very well. Black English silk of the period contained more iron, which caused the silk fibres to rot.

The smock was made of two different grades of linen. A fine weave linen was used for the bodice and sleeves and a coarser one was used for the skirt. Documents from the time indicate that this was quite normal, the finer and more expensive linen being used only for areas of the smock that might be seen.

The use of floral motifs in the design reflected the growing fascination with flowers in England during the 16th century and the development of a garden oriented culture amongst the wealthy.

This smock is in in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum at http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O78732/smock-unknown/

#BlackworkEmbroidery

03/26/2020
Due to Federal recommend Covid 19 health  precautions we have shorten our hours temporarily. We are open Monday-Saturday...
03/19/2020

Due to Federal recommend Covid 19 health precautions we have shorten our hours temporarily. We are open Monday-Saturday 10-3 closed on Sundays. This is temporary and we are offering curbside pick up during this time for any of your sewing needs...or wants.

We have a challenge going on and three great coupons.

New pre cuts are here! Daisy Mae and Last Bloom.
03/19/2020

New pre cuts are here! Daisy Mae and Last Bloom.

Come in and check out some of our new items. The girls are having a blast with the new ribbon attachment.
03/13/2020

Come in and check out some of our new items. The girls are having a blast with the new ribbon attachment.

02/28/2020
PFAFF Sewing Machines-Global

Nice video

Tips from Brand Ambassador @jacquistuffnthings The Pfaff Icon machines have over 800 stitches, but what's a cosplayer to do when you want exactly THAT stitch? Make your own! Here's a short tutorial on how I used the Icon's Stitch Creator, and Sequence Creator features to make a Moon & Star repeating stitch to embellish an organza ribbon.

@pfaffsewing
#pfaff #perfectionstartshere #pfaffambassador #pfaffsewing #pfafficon #pfaffcreativeicon #pfaffperformanceicon #sewing #cosplay #diy #sewingcosplay #sewingtutorial #cosplaytutorial

We have a fun table runner of the month club happening. Each month you get a pattern and some help making seasonal table...
02/04/2020

We have a fun table runner of the month club happening. Each month you get a pattern and some help making seasonal table runners.
Class is only 7.50 per class. Sign up at www.the-sewingcircle.com

Are you wanting to learn how to make a quilt? We have a class for that! Our wonderful teacher Candy will help you make t...
01/30/2020

Are you wanting to learn how to make a quilt? We have a class for that! Our wonderful teacher Candy will help you make this beautiful quilt. www.the-sewingcircle.com

Some fun classes and clubs listing now on our website.
01/26/2020

Some fun classes and clubs listing now on our website.

Wow.
01/05/2020

Wow.

Wishing one and all a very Happy New Year 2020 with these super sparkly gem embroidered tulle gloves from Valentino

Block of the month is coming soon!
12/26/2019

Block of the month is coming soon!

12/21/2019
PFAFF Sewing Machines-Global

Looks like a project I want to do!!!

Cutest project from @embroidery_mom!

Posted #withrepost • @embroidery_mom Let it snow! Love creating and personalizing stitched snow globes...❄️ This week’s project in Icon University⛄️ •

•#embroiderymom #masteringourmachine #pfafficon #pfaffsewing #embroidery #createdaily #sewing #embroiderymachine #pfaff #sewcreative #sewingproject #snowman #sew #sewersofinstagram #pfaffambassador #creativeicon #create #itsinthedetails #perfectionstartshere #snowglobe

If your machine looks like this, it is due for a spa day!
12/04/2019

If your machine looks like this, it is due for a spa day!

“My machine won’t feed very well at high speed.”

You are correct. It’s full.

Denver7
11/26/2019

Denver7

Here are the expected snow totals in the next 48 hours. There is a chance that travel could become nearly impossible across the I-25 urban corridor and across much of the northeast plains including the I-76 corridor by Tuesday morning. MORE: http://bit.ly/2Oenbqz

Enhance Your Embroidery
10/19/2019
Enhance Your Embroidery

Enhance Your Embroidery

Excludes PREMIER+™ 2 INTRO. Offer valid from October 1-31, 2019. Visit pfaff.com or contact your local, authorized, and participating PFAFF® dealer for details.

Need a bright jelly roll to brighten your projects? We got that too
08/27/2019

Need a bright jelly roll to brighten your projects? We got that too

Festive fabric just in!
08/24/2019

Festive fabric just in!

Adorable all minky panel.
08/23/2019

Adorable all minky panel.

New fun fabrics
08/22/2019

New fun fabrics

New animal prints!
08/13/2019

New animal prints!

We have new patterns and tools to help you make wonderful things.
08/01/2019

We have new patterns and tools to help you make wonderful things.

Christmas is just around the corner.
07/29/2019

Christmas is just around the corner.

Upcoming class!
07/23/2019

Upcoming class!

These gradients are amazing!
07/21/2019

These gradients are amazing!

Our staff is really excited about our new Halloween fabric!
07/19/2019

Our staff is really excited about our new Halloween fabric!

Address

4112 S College Ave, Suite 112
Fort Collins, CO
80525

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Check out our website at: www.the-sewingcircle.com

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 15:00
Thursday 10:00 - 15:00
Friday 10:00 - 15:00
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00

Telephone

(970) 672-2147

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Thank you so much for helping my friend in Denver!!
I have a feel-good story: I called the Sewing Circle in a panic to get that last bit of fabric I needed to keep myself sane over this pandemic isolation. Melissa called me right back and took my order with a promise to present it curb-side when I arrived. Then we got the stay-at-home order so I couldn't leave my home to pick it up! Melissa mailed my fabric to me at expense to her business asking only that I continue to shop there. I think that is going above and beyond. I am absolutely going to continue to shop there. ♥️
Visited the shop on my trip to visit family. Brought home a swag box, my sewing circle here had Box envy! Great shop and staff.
I want to give a great big "Thank you" to Jan for being the skilled, supportive, fun instructor for this project. She taught this old dog some new tricks and I love the project. I have to share how beautiful this rug is - and how pleased I am with my new found creativity. Thank you also to The Sewing Circle in Fort Collins ~ the very best quilt shop ~ dedicated to serving quilters with machines, tools, fabrics, kits, and most of all, the variety of classes.
Girl Scout Cookies at The Sewing Circle!! Come on down!
Icon owners... a video by brilliant Phil Carltonphil about your ICON!! Enjoy!
Super intro package!
Look what has arrived!
Are you all settled in, Melissa? I got to get over there!
Wow!