Happy Fall Holidays!
Dear Friends,
Just a quickie newsletter to get you into the fall holiday spirit! See our sign-up for the Design & Dine show below. It was so much fun and so many of you were traveling and could not attend - I hope you will be able to view again.

The Sewing Basic Bootcamp Class is also rescheduled for this Sat morning at 9:00 a.m. - See Sign up below.

On our website we added a new page on our Chameleon Style® Bridge Colors . We only have completed one color (Lagoon) so far but will add our others soon. Would love to hear comments. Liz is doing such a wonderful job on our website and we want to hear what features you would like to see.

Thank you as always, for your wonderful support.


Design & Dine Repeat Performance
Join Us for Design & Dine Fall 2018

Date: Thursday Evening, November 1st 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10.00

We had so much fun last month we want to do it again!
Great design ideas for your holiday table and beyond paired with:
Appetizers - Libations - Door prizes - Camaraderie

Camay will be showing the three simple steps of the Chameleon Style® Design Method to decorate several stunning yet simple dining settings. The relaxed atmosphere of our Design & Dine evening makes it a great opportunity to bring your spouse, partner or alter ego to experience Chameleon Style®.

Additional Info:
Please RSVP....advance ticket purchase required
A portion of the Proceeds to benefit 17Strong Foundation .
Sewing Basic Bootcamp

Date: Saturday, October 20
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Fee: $25.00

Learn all the sewing techniques to sew just about anything for your home. Learn how to draft pillow patterns, make piping (welting), installing zippers, round table cloths and our famous "tube technique" for easily matching prints. This class is great for a newbie to sewing or just wanting to refresh your skills.

Additional Info: Space is limited, please RSVP by 10/19/18
Harvest Festival - Queen of Fabric
About 13 years ago Mari, one of our talented employees, was inspired by our exclusive brightly colored Macintosh fabric to make me an official "Queen of Fabric" costume. She also accompanied me as the Queen's Tailor as we handed out candy in the Arroyo Grande Village on Halloween. "The Queen" also appeared in this year's Harvest Festival parade (got the chance to practice the Rose Parade wave!).
"Collaging" is back in a variety of ways. Shown above is our Kerrie Chair dressed in Breeze Onyx with reversible seat and back cushions in Macintosh (above) and Flower Power (below)...
Seat and Back Cushions reversing to Flower Power!
And another set of seat and back cushions in Ferdinand - our favorite cowhide look!