Monday, February 7, 2011

{ sneak peek of Sewn Studio }




If you haven't heard by now, Cincinnati is about to become the new home of a modern sewing lounge in the Design District of Oakley. Sewn Studio is set to open on February 14, with a huge grand opening celebration to follow on the 26th, but last week I was lucky enough to meet Stephanie, the owner, at the shop for a bit of a sneak peek.

Let me tell you, I was like a kid in a candy store. There's nothing like it in the city, and I for one cannot wait for the doors to open. Until they do, here are some photos to whet your fabric-loving appetite.











There are shelves full of bolts of beautiful fabrics lining the walls of the shop.




Oooh, a little Innocent Crush by Anna Maria Horner + some Parisville by Tula Pink = s.w.o.o.n...






Gorgeous Soul Blossom fabrics, Amy Butler's newest line.


A reading lounge, fully stocked with loads of inspirational books on sewing and quilting.








Bright, cheerful fabrics from Riley Blake.




A beautiful selection of Central Park by Kate Spain.



And almost every color imaginable of Mettler thread.








Stephanie is going to offer classes ranging from Sewing 101 to more complex courses down the road. She's also looking into holding workshops with some of the top fabric designers in the industry. Sewn Studios is located at 3212 Madison Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45209. The shop will be open Mon.-Wed. 10-6, Thurs. 10-8, Fri. 10-6, and Sat. 10-5. There is ample off-street parking located directly behind the shop. as well as some on-street parking right in front of the store. For more information and updates, please become a fan of their Facebook page by clicking here and check out their website as well.






6 comments:

Judi Ketteler said...

I popped by a few weeks ago and was in love with everything I saw, too. I can't wait until they open! I can't believe Cinci is finally getting a store like this!

Rose said...

I wish it was close to me!

Mahalo said...

This is amazing!!! I love it and can't wait to come visit your delightful sewing lounge! I live 40 minutes outside the city, but this is definitely worth a trip in ;)

Anonymous said...

My best friend has a shop like this in Cleveland Called "Stitch Cleveland" I was hoping something like this would open here!

Jessica said...

I'm so excited about this too! I don't think I will make the opening today though, might be later in the week.

Lori said...

This looks like an amazing shop! Now I know what I'm doing next time I'm in town to see my parents!

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