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I just arrived- so enjoying this....thank you both for your loving interest !

Rhonda Polk ( Pendleton 08:58:20 06-02-2017 )

I Love Shopping here!!
I Love Shopping here!! They are so happy it is a delightful experience you are made to feel as if you are a long lost friend. Plus they have a great niche market. Highly recommended!

Georgie ( Sydney 06:35:04 10-16-2015 )

Astounding Customer Service
The customer service I received here is, by far, the absolute best I have received anywhere. The staff was immensely friendly and did their absolute best to help me. When I product I wanted wasn't in stock the associate did her absolute best, without me asking, to find me another product that would work for my project. The dedication that Linen and Threads show for their customers really set them apart in the marketplace. I cannot express how please I am with their service. I will be ordering from them again and I encourage you to do the same!

Kate Brosinsky ( Edmonton 11:07:53 03-12-2015 )

WOW
Wow- what a lovely post! I am so impressed with your beautiful store! Thank you for the lovely chat! Your shop is obviously very successful with such a friendly and fun person running it! Thank so much

Elinor ( 21:56:21 01-22-2015 )

Great packaging saved the day
Thank you also for the sampler magazine, it arrived last week, and I continue to silent thank you for the plastic sleeve, our postie hasn't the brains of a gnat. Especially if it is raining.

Bernie ( 21:54:04 01-22-2015 )

Great Advice
Thanks for your help and advice today. Much appreciated.

Maree ( 21:53:02 01-22-2015 )

Great Service
Thank you, the order arrived today and is great. We are showing the samples around now and should be back soon with another order.

( 21:49:46 01-22-2015 )

Thank You Karen
Thanks for all this work - am so looking forward to some cross stitch again.

Helen ( 21:48:49 01-22-2015 )

Thank You
Hi Karen The final instalment of Lizzie Kate arrived today :) I'm really enjoying stitching this and slowly working through parts 1 & 2. Many thanks for the lovely freebie, so very thoughtful of you. I look forward to many more future programmes not to mention adding to my stash of threads and fabric. Take care and happy stitching Urszula

Urszula ( 21:46:49 01-22-2015 )
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