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Closure Dates

Temporary Closure & covid-19 updates

Now that we have made it through the Christmas season holidays and have almost made it to the end of 2020, I have decided that I am going to temporarily close Stacey Sansom Designs for a short time. This is not a permanent closure, only temporary, but I feel I need the time. It has been a very long year emotionally and I need some time to recover from the 2020 Burn-Out.

Closure dates: December 24, 2020 to January31, 2020.

I am currently running a promotion for 25% off all patch sewing services and this promotion will be honored. To receive your discount, simply contact me directly via email or private message on Facebook. You can even drop me a phone call. Please note that you simply have to schedule drop-off before December 31, 2020 to take advantage of this discount.

Please note that some services may change upon reopening. These changes will be based on the profitability of the service. There are some things that simply take more time than profit. These hungry alligators will be discontinued.

Unfortunately, because of the unpredictability of COVID-19 and how long this will continue to plague us, I will be discontinuing all sewing and quilting classes until further notice. I am high risk and I just can’t do the classes that I would like – for now. This does not mean that there won’t be “learning” opportunities provided by Stacey Sansom Designs, but they will not be like what they have been in the past.

Alterations will continue to be no-contact. I know that this makes it very difficult for many of you, but I am not comfortable with providing this service while COVID-19 is still a major presence in our lives. The risk is too great. I can still do simple hems, but these will need to be pinned in place before arriving at Stacey Sansom Designs for drop-off.

I will be using this time to restructure and redirect the goals and services of Stacey Sansom Designs. This can and will include future services that may be provided as well as other opportunities.

Please be patient as we transition into a New Year and figure out what the new normal is for Stacey Sansom Designs.