- $50 worth of sewing supplies for $25
- Sales and expert service on sewing and embroidery machines and sergers
- Design Software
- Classes available
- Family-owned business
- Promotion Expires June 7, 2013
DealChicken remembers when sewing machines were a common household appliance and creative homemakers mended and sewed their own clothing and home decor items. He stitched up this half-price offer just in time for making holiday gifts—or to help you redecorate for the new year. You'll save half on $50 worth of supplies. A colorfully embroidered pillow could make a thoughtful gift or perk up your own family room or bedroom color scheme? You'll find the supplies you need, including stabilizer, thread and more, for quilting, crafting and embroidery projects at Shields Sewing Center. You'll also discover a wealth of sewing knowledge and some interesting classes for improving your skills or trying a new technique. Hours and class schedules vary, so check the store's website for details.
Tim Shields is intent on 'Making Sewing Fun Again' at the Shields Sewing Center, where you'll find good deals on sewing machines and sergers, embroidery machines and design software. Located in the Sycamore Mall, the friendly staff offers 30 years of combined knowledge on all types of machines to fix problems and answer your questions.
$25 for $50 to spend on sewing accessories and supplies at Shields Sewing Center
- Limit 2 per person. One voucher per visit. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Cannot be combined with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Voucher valid 24 hours after purchase.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
In 1790 the first workable sewing machine was invented by a British inventor, Thomas Saint. This machine was designed to sew leather and canvas and it only used a single thread.