Pennies per day for year-round inspiration – grab it before it’s gone! (special offer)

Get ready to say HELLO to a sweet deal today!

You’ve probably seen peeks of the stunning images inside Sue Spargo’s Stitches to Savor 2017 calendar online. And today you can own Sue’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous calendar for 50% off the retail price.

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Steal this deal for just $11.49—HALF OFF the retail price. Because Sue’s calendar is a time-sensitive item, the rest of our (quickly shrinking) inventory must be sold now.

Sue’s 2017 wall calendar will have you yearning to put your needle and thread to fabric. Stunning, close-up photography captures every magnificent detail of her stitcheries. We guarantee you’ll be inspired once you experience this calendar! Here’s a quick flip-n-peek video we recently posted on YouTube:


Reading this post in email? Click here to watch the video.

Imagine stopping to glance at your calendar during a busy day, just to take a calming breath and marvel at Sue’s hand-sewn works of art. We took a break almost every day in 2016 to do just that in the office—and we can’t wait to do it again in 2017!

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Own the calendar yourself and you can enjoy the rest of the new year being inspired by the incredible images, lush details, and astonishing beauty inside this one-of-a-kind calendar. People have even found ways to keep their calendar pages alive in creative ways after each month is finished:

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Check out the cool envelopes that Sue Spargo fan Barbara Quinby made from pages of Sue’s 2016 calendar!

Here’s what creatives like you are saying about Sue’s 2017 calendar via Amazon.com:

Five-stars“This calendar is like a coffee table book for your wall.” –Patti

Five-stars“If you’re a fan of Sue or even of hand embellishment on appliqué, I would highly recommend this calendar.” –CM

Five-stars“A great way to display Sue Spargo designs for the entire year.” –M. Buck

A very limited supply of the Stitches to Savor 2017: Wall-Art Calendar of Designs by Sue Spargo is left—don’t miss your chance to own it! Here’s where you can order yours.

And here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll see close-up and personal during January and February of this year:

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The dazzling birds alone make the calendar worth every penny, don’t you agree? 🐦🐤🐥

What are you looking forward to in 2017: joining a quilt-along, starting (or completing!) a special quilt, hitting every stop on a shop hop?  Tell us in the comments!

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  • I am setting my intentions towards achieving a balance in my life – work, creativity (mostly quilting, family, friends, and spiritual well-being (also related to quilting!).

    —Carol on January 9, 2017
  • I am looking forward to making quilt labels with the story of the quilt and a picture of the maker, for the elderly people in our church. I want them to be able to pass down the stories of their prized old quilts to future generations.

    —Barbara on January 9, 2017
  • I will finish "Farm Girl."

    —Margaret Dalmer on January 9, 2017
  • My husband is retiring at the end of February. After 35 years away we are moving back to our home state of Illinois. We will be able to spend more time with our elderly parents. We are really looking forward to this new phase of our lives. The plan is to move close to my sister and brother-in-law. Hopefully, we will motivate each other to do lots of quilting.

    —Christina Albers on January 9, 2017
  • I love joining quilt-alongs and hope to find several to join this year since I have retired (again).

    Charlene McCain on January 9, 2017
  • Joining a quilt along. Our guild is going to have a mystery quilt, and although I am usually hesitant to do these because I like to KNOW what I am making – I am trying to quilt "outside the box" and do this mystery quilt with my group!

    —Patty on January 9, 2017
  • I am looking to get more organized in 2017 so I can match time available up with unfinished or new projects. I also haven’t been to a major show in a number of years so I am already thinking ahead to attending one. I always get so inspired by the entries in the exhibits. The retail therapy doesn’t hurt either.

    —Julia Stavran on January 9, 2017
  • COMPPLETING 2 special quilts – both my brothers & their wives will be celebrating 50th anniversaries and I hope to have BOTH quilts ready for them

    —JanG on January 12, 2017
  • I need some motivation to get more quilting done. Am joining a group of a few to discuss quilting and to pick each others brains!

    —Barb H on January 13, 2017
  • I’m moving my quilt studio in the next few weeks, so getting that organized is the first item on my list. I’d love to attend a large quilt show, haven’t been in quite a while. Also have a new granddaughter coming in the spring….so I must get at least one quilt finished for her. Also hope to join and complete the mini quilt challenges from my online group.

    —Renee Welton on January 13, 2017
  • I am trying to not buy more fabric and cleaning my sewing space.

    —Linda Christianson on January 13, 2017
  • Hoping to finish a quilt for my niece’s husband featuring his favorite things.

    —Alice on January 13, 2017
  • My goal is to complete 7 quilts for my siblings and surprise them at Christmas. The first one I have started quilting, so only 6 more to go!

    —Linda Towers on January 14, 2017

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