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Summer is off to a very hot start! I hope you are all staying cool and enjoying the opportunity to stay out of the heat by sewing and crafting inside!

We are staying busy here at the store with lots of new projects and ideas that will be coming your way in the very near future. For now we have some new classes and events to share with you along with a few helpful hints and new items that can be found in our store. We look forward to seeing you!



Everyone seems to struggle with when or if you need to use a spool cap. We have all of those questions answered for you! Just click the link to open a printable .pdf on the do's and don'ts of using spool caps!





We have added some new classes and events to our website. Just click this picture for a link directly to our class registration page.






Brother XP2 Playbook

Seraflex Elastic Thread -great for stretchy fabrics!


Kimberbell July

Fill in the Blank Kit
 

Kimberbell
Fabric by the yard

Great selection of New Dress it Up Embellishments

Kimberbell
Home for the Holidays Embroidery Designs
 



Our Story

We have been a family owned and operated business for over 62 years. We take great pride in the customer service that we offer and believe customer service has been the key to our success.

In November 1957, "The Fabric Shop" was opened in Paducah by Joe and Tula English and Jimmy and Rubye Feezer. "The Fabric Shop" became English's Sewing Machine Company in 1977 when the Feezors retired and sewing machines were added.

In 1970, Joe and Tula moved the business from Paducah to Reidland.  Their son and his wife, Keith and Linda English joined the business around the same time.  Sewing classes were soon offered and the Brother Pacesetter computerized embroidery machines were added.  The family worked together to build the reputation for unsurpassed customer service, and honesty.  

When Keith and Linda's son, Joel and wife Cassie graduated from college in 1998, they started working in the family business, and Miele, Sebo, Oreck and Fuller Brush vacuums were added. To keep up with a larger inventory and growing classes, Keith and Linda built a strip mall with new 8,000 square foot store and a warehouse in 2004.

 



We now carry Arrow and Kangaroo sewing furniture. We have several models on our showroom floor, so come in and check them out!

https://www.arrowcabinets.com