Our full set of fall classes is getting started! We are pleased to again offer a variety of programs for all ages!

Check out this page for all the latest information!

Why? Learn new skills! Have fun! Gather together with friends! Create something beautiful! Sew!

Come and join us and learn more about the fun and practical aspects of sewing!

If you are looking for a different program or would like to take advantage of our individual classes, please give us a call at 518-695-4867.



It is 8 am and the temperature is 50 degrees.  The trees are already dropping their leaves.  The ground is covered with them. The tomato plants are dropping their tomatoes even before they have a chance to ripen. The trees and plants seem to know that it is almost time for their season to end.

The flower beds are now blooming in brilliant shades of yellows and golds.  The farm stands have an abundance of pumpkins and mums. These are all signs that Fall is almost here.

I hate packing away my summer clothes and bringing out the cords and long sleeves.  I don’t want to let go of my sandals and will hang in there till the last minute.

The sensible thing to do is to start bringing out the Fall and Winter clothes now.  Don’t wait till the last minute to check for missing buttons, broken zippers, and pants that need to be taken in or let out.   Are you wearing a lower heeled shoe?  Anything need to be shortened?

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the spacious grounds of the Philip Schuyler House on Rt. 4, Schuylerville, this Sunday, August 10, as you visit with over 30 colonial artisans, listen to colonial music, watch a Punch & Judy show, dip candles and play colonial games, and tour the Schuyler House and herb gardens.  The event is free and open to the public from noon to 5 pm.

Artisans include a tinsmith, blacksmith, baker, brewer, ropemaker, milliner, mantua maker, broom maker, basketmaker, soapmaker, sheepshearer, buttermaker, beekeeper, farmer, teamster, herbalist, quilter, dyer, spinner, needleworker, powderhorn maker, chair caner, and 18th century medicines.

18th Century Day is sponsored by the Old Saratoga Historical Association in cooperation with the National Park Service.

Please share this with your friends and family.

On Sunday, August 14th, from noon to 5, the 33rd 18th Century Days will be held at Schuyler House in Schuylerville, NY.  If you have never been to Schuyler House this is the perfect occasion to do so. There will be craft demonstrations, music  and a Punch and Judy puppet show plus much more.  

Make sure you give yourself time to check out the Saratoga Monument, the Saratoga Battlefield and/or the National Cemetery. 

 

 

Prom season and wedding season are almost behind us, so it is time to to take a break and regroup.

me, myself & I will be closed from August 16 to August 31.  We will be back in the shop on Thursday, September 1, refreshed and ready to help you.

As always, you can leave a message and we will return your call when we reopen.

Once again it’s time for the Washington County Fair.  This year it will take place from August 18 thru August 24.  For further information you can go to:

http://www.washingtoncountyfair.com.

Check out this page for all the latest information! Why not join us for summertime learning about the joys of sewing!

We are pleased to again offer a variety of programs for all ages! Please visit this page for more information.

Why take a class? To Learn new skills! To have fun! To gather together with friends! To create something beautiful! To Sew!

If you are looking for a different program or would like to take advantage of our individual classes, please give us a call at 518-695-4867.