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Phone: (651) 698-9690
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1338 Grand Ave
St Paul, MN 55105

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We will hold Quarterly Sewing Contests

We're excited to bring you a new contest for fall/winter 2008! Treadle Yard Goods is bringing you a contest for all you sewers around the Twin Cities Metro area! For a two-month period crafters can submit pictures of their own bag via email to At the end of the two-month period we will pick a top winner and five runners up among the entries. **Official Rules** 1. No purchase necessary to enter. A purchase will not improve your chances of winning. 2. Contest begins at 12:01 AM Central Time (ET) on 11/01/08 and ends at 11:59 PM CT on 1/29/09. U.S. residents only Everyone may enter by submitting their information to Treadle Yard Goods so it is received by 11:59 PM (CT) on 1/29/08. Limit: one entry per person. Each entry will be considered to win the grand prize and decided upon by Treadle Yard Goods. 3. Winners will be selected by Treadle Yard Goods Staff from among all eligible entries received. Winner will be notified by e-mail. Acceptance of winning constitutes permission (except where prohibited by law) to use each winner's name, prize won, hometown and likeness for purposes of advertising, promotion and publicity including online posting without additional compensation. 4. Contest is open to adults, 18 or older. Employees of the Sponsors, their affiliates, subsidiaries, distributors, retailers, advertising and promotion agencies, and the immediate families of each are not eligible to enter or win. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Void where prohibited by law.

News and Updates

News and Updates


We had such fun last fall sewing school tote bags and baby bibs. Thanks to those who helped us sew 13 school tote bags and fill with school supplies, plus over 20 baby bibs! Those items were donated to families in transition through local non-profit Sew Good Goods.

Join us as we again partner with Sew Good Goods to benefit individuals and families in transition. Treadle will open our classroom for an afternoon of sewing, socializing, & treats.

What: Sew tote bags to fill with personal hygiene items
Bags are pre-cut - all you do is pin & sew!
Sewing machines will be fired up & ready to go! You are also welcome to bring your own

Where: Treadle Yard Goods classroom, located at 58 S Hamline Ave, St Paul

When: Sunday 1:30 - 4:30 February 19
Join us for as long (or as short) as you like. 
Please call Treadle 651-698-9690 to reserve your space.
Walk-in’s also welcome!

Who: Advanced Beginning Sewists age 14 and up

Cost: Free! Treats provided and all those participating will receive a discount coupon for Treadle fabric.

Why: Sew Good Goods is a local non-profit that embraces the notion that in creating and giving hand-crafted goods a unique connection is made and shared. Tote bags will be filled with personal hygiene items and donated to local food shelves through Keystone Community Services.

Don’t sew, but want to help? Treadle will be accepting donations of personal hygiene items to fill the tote bags. Items needed:

Laundry soap
Toilet paper
Hand/body soap
Tooth paste
Tooth brushes
Dental floss
Feminine hygiene items (tampons/pads)


We invite you to join the Material Girls for Fashion Sewing Club. Debbie and Kristin are creative dynamos and present a new and inspiring program each month as they share the latest and greatest in patterns, sewing techniques and trends. Bring show and tell to share. Attendees enjoy a 10% discount on regularly priced fabric on club days. Fashion sewing club meets at 10:30 a.m. on the second Tuesday and Saturday of each month in Treadle 2 at 58 South Hamline Avenue. (Just around the corner from Treadle.) Cost is $10.00, payable directly to the Material Girls. Your first meeting is free!

Future club meetings:

Saturday, March 11
Tuesday, March 14
Saturday, April 8
Tuesday, April 11
Tuesday, May 9
Saturday, May 13


Tulle is more coarse than burlap and has a really stupid spelling. As fabrics go, this barely counts, if at all. Brides like to use it in their wedding decorations, but give me a break.