Sewing Doc is moving to limited contact and limited hours
Due to the widening spread of the virus, and being aware that many of our customers are elderly or in the most at-risk demographic, we are taking further precautions for your safety and ours. I want to reiterate that Sewing Doc is
NOT CLOSING unless mandated to do so or if any of our staff becomes ill, tests positive, or comes in contact with someone who is positive for the virus. That being said, Vetctor Quilts Sewing Center is closing for 14 days, and Sewing Doc is not allowing customers in the shop. We are closed Wednesday, March 18. Starting Thursday, March 19, we will offer curbside service ONLY for machine pickup and drop off, which means when you come to the shop for machine service, you'll need to call us when you get there (a big sign will be posted on the door), or knock on the door and we will come out to serve you. We will be allowing pickup and drop off on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for time being, and this will be adjusted accordingly. PLEASE EMAIL US OR CALL THE SHOP TO MAKE SURE WE ARE THERE BEFORE MAKING A LONG DRIVE. If you are picking up a machine, we'll bring the machine, paperwork, and credit card device to you (sanitized between uses). We ask for NO CASH at this time. Your machine will also be sanitized before we bring it to you. If you are dropping off a machine, we will bring the intake form to you to fill out, and bring your machine in for you. At least it's convenient! We are monitoring the situation every day and adjusting accordingly. We know that quarantine is increasing every day, and your sewing machine may be your lifeline during this time. Please know we are working as hard as we can while being conscious of doing our part to "flatten the curve" and reduce the spread of this virus. We have already been practicing increased sanitizing and cleanliness standards, and we have limited our contact to the world to only our home and our shop. This is a big undertaking, but safety is our priority. We cannot thank you enough for your continued support. These are trying times for all of us, especially trying to sort out how to handle business while being responsible. You are our community, and our family, and we are here to serve you.