Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Three Days and Counting

Three days before the Pensacola Beach 3rd Annual Arts & Wine Festival.  So much to do.  So little time.

Yesterday we finished the banners for the tent.  We made two of them; each is 10 feet long.  These banners are embroidered and beautiful.  They will go around the top of the tent on two sides.

The stuffed pillows are finished with some minor touches remaining.  These stuffed pillow letters spell out Cajun Stitchery, and will hang on the inside of the tent at the back.  We need to attach cup hooks to some boards to finish this project.

Next, I want to work on a tablecloth for the display table in the tent.  That should consume my day today.

George is busy working on tea towels.  Poo yie!  Those tea towels are beautiful.  His caps and visors are lovely, as well.  He does some good stitchin.  We have plenty of cell phone pouches and SOB patches made.  I never got around to making the bottle aprons and still need to make more luggage tags.  All in all, I think we are in good shape.

We finished an order for 6, long sleeve, forest green, t-shirts with the Friant Forestry logo embroidered on them.  Those were shipped this morning.

There are more tea towel, and Junkanoo orders coming in. 

The American Legion post on Pensacola Beach is gearing up for its annual Putt Putt Tournament.  This year Cajun Stitchery is going to be one of the sponsors.  I needed to come up with 3 lines of advertisement to put on our sign.  George wanted it to say:  Cajun Stitchery, you bitch, we stitch.  I love that!  We decided maybe the word "bitch" was too crass.  I think I'm going to submit:  Itchin for Embroidery Stitchin?  Call (850) 261-2462.  That's more professional sounding.  Don't you think?

I better get back to work.  There is so much to do.

C'est tout, mes amis.

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