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St Patrick's Day Sale

Greetings to all,


As the flowers of Valentines Day wilt and with Spring and St. Patrick’s Day rapidly approaching, I would like to wish you an Old Irish Blessing – “Blessings be to all wives and girlfriends; May the two never meet.”


When speaking of the Irish, “Luck” (no not Andrew Luck - the former QB for the Colts, but rather the idea success or failure is brought on by chance independent of one’s actions) always comes to mind.  Now whether you believe in it or not, it is something to ponder – Would you rather have the skill or “Good Luck”? At this point in life, I’ll settle for either.  


There must be something to it – SpaceX has a four leaf clover on their emblem – their rocket – the Dragon – has the name and image of a dragon – thought to bring career luck and success in many Asian cultures /   a rabbit’s foot – not too lucky if you are the rabbit / penny’s face up – supposed to bring prosperity to your marriage – guess they do not think too much of marriage / the lucky number 7 – the jury is still out on this one - in China it is associated with death – in Germany  if you do not have eye contact while toasting - whoa - 7 years bad sex - see guys its not that you are aging - not your ever hardening growing prostate - it was that German chick you bought a drink for when in Berlin a couple of years ago – not only did she think you were an obnoxious American; she ruined your sex life – good to know / and then of course there is Dirty Harry “"Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world and would blow your head clean off, you've gotta ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya punk?”


What’s all this got to do with us – well you don’t need to look for “luck” – it has already found you at our Let’s Get Lucky Sale :


***************St Patrick's Day Sale *********************

15%" off all fabrics (excludes $4.99 fabric, Tilda, any MAP priced items) until 3/17/2024!

Online customers use code: Lucky 24

Now this year St Patrick's Day (3/17/2024) coincides with Selection Sunday. If you are unaware of this term, then be sure to read our Sunday email for something truly special.


Stop looking for that four leaf clover – come see us and buy some luck! But if you still believe in the magic of four leaf clovers – we have a collection of fabric – bursting with them – and it’s made by Hoffman!  Coincidence or “Luck”?   


Now, of course, should you win the lottery after purchasing some of this – we ask to you remember where you scored the “lucky” fabric! 

Janet has a lot to say, so I will leave you with a short "Irish Yarn":

A group of elderly women from diverse backgrounds and cultures were gathered doing some hand quilting in the Happy Years Retirement Home when the  banter turned to grand children:

Erica: My grandson, John, he became a priest. When he walks into a room, all call him "father".

Jonnie: Well, my granddaughter, she became a nun and when she walk in to a room, all call her "sister"

Jane: I got one better, my grandson is only 28, and he is a bishop, When he walks into a room all address him as "your eminence".

Now Erin, an elderly red head calmly offered her comment in her heavy Irish brogue:

Ahh, mee Shawn! A wonderful lad is he! A real joy to his mother and all the family. He is an exotic dancer and when he walks into a room, all say "OH, MY GOD"! 
May the Luck of The Irish be with you all!




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