Super 3-day sale at the Kreinik factory

Silk thread will be on sale at the Oct 2017 Kreinik factory outlet store
We're opening our doors for a mega fiber sale. Treat yourself and your friends to the 3-day event at the Kreinik factory outlet store October 5, 6, and 7, 2017. The sale is located right at thread central: 1708 Gihon Road, Parkersburg, West Virginia. There truly is a treasure at the end of this road trip!

Sampler lovers will find special silk threads to make their projects truly unique. Quilters, spinners, and fiber fans will "dig" the deals of Kreinik thrums and bits. Weavers, knitters, crocheters, and fiber artists will find coned metallics at sale prices—a good buy for needlework finishers and needlepointers working on large projects, too. We will have discount prices on fabrics for cross stitch and counted thread (yes fabrics, extra stock from kits). If you're a fan of Tokens & Trifles, the perforated paper shapes produced by Redefined, Inc. a few years ago, all that remains will be sold off at this sale (we know; we loved them too! Get yours before they're gone forever).

What's it all about?
Metallic thread on cones will be on sale at the Oct 2017 Kreinik factory outlet store


Doug Kreinik gives a little insight into this special event:

Q: Why have a special 3-day tent sale? 
Doug: We experimented with a Kreinik Factory outlet sale last year and in the spring.  The response was overwhelming.  People want to visit and really enjoy digging through treasures, finding must-have stash items.

Q: What can we expect to find at the sale?  
Doug: Fun!!  Also, the chance to meet new people, other stitchers, weavers, cross stitchers, needlepointers and fisherman.  

Q: Will we get to tour the factory?     
Doug: If I am around, I have been known to give tours. Fiber people always have questions and the more you know, the more interesting the product and company. 

Q: When we visit Parkersburg, where should we eat?
Doug: I have favorite restaurants and hotels in the Parkersburg area. Most represent global cuisine: Lebanese, Puerto Rican, Philippine, even some down-home cooking. If you are into history, there is also a lot to see within a 25-mile radius. Blennerhasset Mansion, where conspiracy grew with Aaron Burr, plus the Indian Burial Mounds of Marietta, and the oil and gas museum showing the birth of an industry. 

A few special details are still being planned, but there may be some make-it-take-its, and a chance to make your own custom shoelaces out of Kreinik threads. You're just going to have to join the fun. We'd love to meet you.

For more information:

  • Set your GPS to 1708 Gihon Road, Parkersburg, West Virginia
  • Dates are: October 5, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; October 6, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; October 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Products at the tent sale will not be posted online, so you have to come!
  • Ask your local shop to organize a bus tour, or gather your best friends for a fiber adventure

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