Update 645 Gardiners Road, Kingston, on K7M 8K2 613.507 613.507. 507.9500 or 1.855 1.855. 55.959. 959.9500 www.stitchbystitchkingston.ca Whew, what a summer we’ve had!! Even so, as crazy as it’s been it’s still going to be difficult to see it end. However, we hope to make the transition easier for all with our new class schedule. A At Stitch by Stitch, FALL is by far our favourite time of the year year! As the kids and grand kids head back to school, d drop in for a visit and join us for a cup of coffee. Take some time to relax and savor the richness and textures of the fabric as you enjoy the colours and assortment of our ever increasing selection of fabric. Hopefully, you will love the exciting fall line-up that we have scheduled for you. We are happy to announce that Elaine Quehel, Sylvia Naylor and Martha Schellingerhoud are back along with Elizabeth Lake, Sharon Smithies, Mary Waugh and Karen Charlton! We are also very lucky to have the following teachers on staff; Carolyn Belleghem, em, Debbi Finn, Marnie Hicks and Marilyn Bunce. Get ready for another fun October! Don’t miss our 5th annual “401 Quilt Run”. It’s s the perfect opportunity for you to add to your stash, catch up with old friends and make new ones. You will find great discounts and another fun series of quilt blocks – this year called “Jeweled Stars”. The kits are just $5 and you can pick up a different block at each of the twelve participating shops. Thank you for your support and please bare with us while we work at improving our web site. You ou should start to see some exciting changes over the next few months. To get things started we now have our very own QR code. Cheryl McLellan, Debbi Finn, Carolyn Belleghem,, Debbie Currier, Marnie Hicks, Judi Paterson, Marilyn Bunce and Margaret Millar want to continue… Keep eeping you in stitches! Fall 2013 Fall & Winter Hours September 7 – May 3 Monday to Friday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm Saturday 9:30 – 5 pm Sunday - closed Closed Holidays Monday, Sept. 2 Monday, Oct. 14 Help us wrap-up wrap the “401 401 Run” Run with a special Halloween Party Thursday, October 31. Join us for Special TREATS, give aways and oodles of fun!! Wear a Halloween costume and enter to win one of three fabulous DOOR PRIZES! You are cordially invited to our FALL... OPEN HOUSE Friday & Saturday, September 13 & 14 Join us for lots of… wonderful door prizes! amazing discounts! delicious desserts! inspiring demonstrations! “Show & Tell” Bring that you have made (not necessarily finished) to our FALL Open House and enter to win our draw: Grand Prize of a $75.00 promotional Gift Certificate* Second Prize of a $50.00 promotional Gift Certificate* Third Prize of a $25.00 promotional Gift Certificate* * Promotional gift certificates may be applied toward the full list price of in-stock fabric or notions only. The Beverly Macdonald Memorial Block Challenge Pick up a FREE fat quarter to make two blocks of your choice of six (finished 12”) patterns, Friday or Saturday, Sept. 13 & 14. The fabric and pattern is being made available by the generous donations of “friends of Bev Macdonald” and Stitch by Stitch. Bring your finished blocks (squared to 12 ½” x 12 ½”) to Stitch by Stitch no later than Saturday, Oct. 19. One block will be used to make a quilt which will be donated to “Big Brothers” this year. The remaining blocks will go into a draw and depending on the number of blocks one or two participants will win. Quilting Class Schedule Basic Quilt Sampler (Beginner) with Elizabeth Lake This class is perfect for the beginner and ideal for anyone wanting to refresh their skills! Learn all you need to know about quilting while you make this lovely sampler quilt. Let Elizabeth take you into the wonderful world of quilting. Working on beautiful traditional blocks you will learn how use a rotary cutter and ruler, how to piece; how to square up your blocks and how to add sashing and borders using modern techniques. Materials list. Fee: $75 (five, 2 hr. sessions) Date: Tuesdays, Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 8, 22 & 29 Time: 1 – 3 pm or 7 – 9 pm Pumpkin Trio with Carolyn Belleghem Make this cute wall hanging to adorn your walls this Halloween. Join Carolyn and learn how to do quick and easy machine appliqué and a little piecing! Materials list. Fee:$45 + pattern (three, 2 hr. sessions) Date: Friday, Sept. 20, 27 & Oct. 4 Time: 10 – noon or 4 – 6 pm Quilting with Mary Gather your UFO’s, come to Mary’s class and get all the help and encouragement you need. Meet with friends or make new ones when you join Mary Waugh for the day. Bring any project, whether it’s one you want to get started on or one you just want to finish and get it done!! Fee: $10 (one, 5 hr session) Date: Thursdays, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 3 Time: 10 am – 3 pm Snow Sweet Shoppe with Sharon Smithies Cooking snowmen!! How cute! Join Sharon for this great class and make this adorable quilt to adorn walls and warm your heart during the cold winter season. This class was originally designed as a block-ofthe-month but can easily be completed in these three sessions. Some homework is required. Materials list – some kits are available for purchase. Fee: $65 (three, 3 hr. sessions) Date: Wednesdays, Sept. 25, Oct. 9 & 16 Time: 1 – 4pm or 6 – 9pm Baltimore Album with Lisa Binkley Join Lisa for a journey back to the pre-Civil War period and start your own traditional Baltimore Album quilt. In this class you will learn different methods of hand appliqué including traditional scherenshnitte (papercut), dimensional, reverse, needle-turn, freezer paper, and dimensional. As well, you will learn how to appliqué perfect points, curves and concaves, how to prepare appliqué patterns, and even design your own pattern. The class is designed to take you step by step through a different pattern and method of appliqué each class. Minimal appliqué experience is necessary to take the class, but there is an extensive amount of handwork, so it is recommended for those who love hand stitching, and want to make your own heirloom. Fee: $75 (four, 3 hr. sessions) Date: Saturday, Sept. 21, Oct. 12, Nov. 16 & Dec. 7 Time: 10 am – 1 pm Simply Scrappy with Elizabeth Lake Elizabeth is back for another addition of this great series of “SCRAPPY” workshops. Make one or all three of these beautiful quilts specifically chosen by Elizabeth to help you use up your stash!! The quilts are Jacob’s Ladder, Rolling Stones and Shining Stars! Materials list. Fee: $35 (one, 5 hr. session) or $95 (three, 5 hr. sessions) Date: Saturday, Sept. 28, Oct. 26 & Nov. 30 Time: 10 am – 3 pm YEAH IT’S APPLIQUE with Marilyn Bunce Join us for a fun appliqué technique workshop. Learn all about the many different methods; needle turn, faced, freezer paper, fused, layered and satin stitch. Marilyn will also teach you both hand and machine techniques and share lots of information on reading patterns, marking, stabilizers and notions, etc. Fee: $65 (includes Kit) (one, 6 hr. session) Date: Saturday, Oct. 5 Time: 10 am – 4 pm Texturing Fabric with Wendy Austen Wendy is back this fall to bring you this amazing workshop. Imagine being able to turn a simple piece of fabric into a creation of your own using scraps of fabric and rows of decorative stitches. You can turn this new piece of fabric into a special book or journal cover, a small wall quilt or frame it as a piece of art. When registering please indicate whether you have a preference for “cool” colours (blues, greens, mauves) or “warm” colours (red, oranges, yellow). Materials list. Fee: $35 (one, 6 hr. session) Kit Fee: $10 payable to the instructor Date: Friday, Oct. 11 Time: 10 – 4pm The Basics of Hand Stitching (Beginners Class) with Donna Hamilton Learn the basics of hand stitching from one of the original Kingston Heirloom Quilters. Find out why these techniques are still used, even though we have fancy sewing machines. Enjoy a friendly, relaxed class among friends and learn how to use a thimble, rotary cutter, rulers, and templates; how to hand piece, hand appliqué; how to miter corners; and tricks to square up your blocks, borders, and quilt tops, while making the delightful piece, Kitties in the Corner. It could be made into a wall hanging, table topper, placemat, or perhaps enlarged to become a quilt. You might be surprised how the tips you learn can make you a better machine stitcher too! Materials list. Fee: $75 (five, 2 hr. sessions) Date: Friday, Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8 & 15 Time: 10 am – noon or 3 – 5 pm Quilted Pillow Top with Jackie Gaudreau This beautiful pillow sham is just the thing for you to make for that someone special in your life! Learn some great quick and easy appliqué techniques’ with Jackie. Materials list. Fee: $35 (one, 6 hr session) + pattern Date: Saturday, Oct. 19 Time; 10 am – 4 pm Star of Bethlehem Tree Skirt with Sharon Smithies This tree skirt is the perfect project for you to work on this fall. You can make it into a tree skirt or a beautiful table cloth or table topper. Only four different prints or colours are required. It would make an amazing gift for someone special or to keep for yourself and your home. Materials list. Fee: $45 (one, 6 hr. session) Date: Saturday, Oct. 19 Time: 10 am – 4 pm Under the Stars Pick-Me-Up Placemats with Carolyn Belleghem with Mary Lou Boudreau These four snow – kids are toasty warm all snuggled up under their beautiful star patch quilt! Join us and make this adorable lap quilt, designed by Lydia Quigley for The Rabbit Factory, and make it in time for the winter season. Materials list. Fee: $45 (three, Materials list. 2 hr. sessions) + pattern These great placemats include two pockets – one for your napkin and one for your cutlery. Then you can roll it up and tie it so it can easily be picked up and taken along – perfect for any Holiday dinner party and buffet you may host. This pattern is suitable for beginners. Make them for gifts, or for yourself! Materials list. Date: Mondays, Oct. 21, Nov. 1 & 18 Time: 1 – 3 pm or 7 – 9 pm Fee: $20 (one, 3 hr. session) Date: Wednesday, Oct. 30 Time: 1 – 4 pm or 6 – 9pm Bag-ELLE Club Winter Magic with Marnie Hicks with Jane Lay & Sharon Smithies Do you love making bags and totes? Then you need to come to the Bag-elle club! At each session our teachers will help you make a new bag while they share their secrets to making great looking bags. Sign up for both classes – don't miss the fun! We’re starting with two bags this fall and will bring you more designs and ideas this winter. Materials list. Date: Wednesday, Oct. 23 with Jane Lay Tuesday, Nov. 5 with Sharon Smithies Time: 1 – 4 pm or 6 – 9 pm Fee: $20 per session Sunrise, Sunset with Mary Waugh Mary gave us this wall hanging to display in the store when we first opened in January. So many people have expresses the desire to make one just like it that Mary is now offering it as a workshop. Make your own personal interpretation of Mary’s ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ wall hanging using her easy curved piecing technique. Materials list. If you prefer a kit may be pre-ordered. Fee: $20 (one, 3 hr session) Date: Monday, Oct. 28 Time: 1 – 4 pm or 6 – 9 pm This quilt can be made for any season or theme. Marnie has used a lot of white and a cold blue and, since we are heading in the deep freeze of winter she has titled her “Winter”. The Magic part?? Well, you will just have to wait and discover that when you take the class. Make this attractive, quick and easy quilt top using nothing but, 2 ½” strips or pre-cut jelly rolls. Join Marnie for this fun workshop and be amazed at how quickly this amazing quilt goes together. Materials list. Fee: $35 (one, 5 hr. session) Date: Saturday, Nov. 16 Time: 10 am – 3 pm Machine Quilting Basics with Karen Charlton Join Karen and, working on small samples, you will learn a number of different quilting styles that you can use to complete larger projects at home. Perfect your techniques for quilting in the ditch, echo quilting, stippling, meandering and stencil quilting. Supply list. Fee: $50 (one, 6 hr. session) Date: Friday, Nov. 22 Time: 10 am - 4 pm Elaine Quehl My quilts celebrate the visual drama that is present in the natural world. I aim to evoke the emotion, awe and wonder I experience when I first encounter my subjects. Often described as bold and sensual, my work employs contrasts of light and shadow to intensify visual impact. Foliage, trees, flowers, and nature's cycles serve as metaphors for my inner world and allow communication and connection with the world through universally-understood themes of personal growth, wonder, self-acceptance, loss and healing, joy, and the cycles of life. Beyond Stippling Part 1 Are you in a stippling rut? Expand your repertoire of beautiful free-motion stitches! This class is designed for machine quilters who are familiar with free motion stipple quilting, but need creative ideas to venture beyond stippling. You will take home samples of at least 20 free-motion designs that you learn in this course, including various meanderings, swirls, nested designs, leaves, flowers, and organic designs. Experiment with cotton, rayon and metallic threads. The best thing about this method of free motion quilting is that you don’t need to mark your quilt top, and so don’t need to worry about washing your piece after. Materials list. Fee: $75 (one, 6 hr session) Date: Saturday, Nov. 9 Time: 10 am – 4 pm Free-Form Curves/Liberated Appliqué Part 1. Free-Form Curves: Cut curves free-hand using a rotary cutter and mat, and see how easy it is to sew them together for a truly original design. No measuring required. Looks a lot more complicated than it is! In this half-day class you will produce a sample (approximately 16” x 20”) that can be used as a background for an original small quilt. Part 2. Liberated Applique: This is a convenient technique for “painting” a picture with fabric. This method allows you to focus on creative design without being overly concerned about perfect technique. You will be cutting the pieces of your flower and your leaves free-hand with scissors, laying out the pieces until you are happy with your design, and then glue-basting them lightly into place. You will then sandwich the quilt and free-motion stitch your flowers and leaves into place. Fee: $75 (one, 6 hr. session) Materials list. Date: Sunday, Nov. 10 Time: 10 am – 4 pm Martha Schellingerhoud Martha is back!! She has been quilting for twenty plus years. Her quilting passion sprouted from a class she took at her church in 1990. She has become an amazing machine quilter, from piecing to quilting; all of which is done on her regular household machine. She designs her own quilts, the majority inspired by quilts she has seen in magazines. She is a remarkable teacher, always willing to share her great techniques. Quilting in Sections In this work shop you will be learning the technique of quilting in sections by trying it yourself. This amazing technique will allow you to quilt large quilts on a regular household sewing machine. Three variations will be taught. Two of these techniques are done so that the finished quilt has no visible sign of being quilted in sections. Various quilts that have been quilted with these methods will be available to see. Other places that these applications could be used will also be explored. Handouts for further reference will be available. It is my hope that this workshop will be both fun and informative for you. Knowledge of machine quilting is a prerequisite. Fee: $75 (one, 6 hr. session) Date: Saturday, Nov. 23 Materials list. Time: 10 am – 4 pm Sylvia Naylor As a textile artist Sylvia likes to explore different ways to express her vision. Her work usually combines free motion machine embroidery with dyed and painted fabrics. Sylvia’s realistic pictures using nature as her muse are framed and sold through galleries. Inspiration for some of these works comes from her hikes in favourite parks, Frontenac, Charleston and Algonquin in Ontario and Banff National. ‘IN THE WOODS’ Have fun on this two day workshop using trees in their natural landscape to create a mini quilt or a piece to frame. First we will look at a variety of pictures to illustrate design principles. Then enjoy a liberating way of designing by making a paper collage. Non-toxic fabric paints will be used to colour cotton for the background and for the main tree trunks. Using fused applique your woodland will grow. Instruction will be given in using free motion machine embroidery to create the effect of bark and grasses and leaves. Finally add a little hand embroidery to complete your masterpiece. Fee: $120 (two, 6 hr. sessions) Materials fee: $7.00 to cover cost of paints and cotton payable to the instructor. Date: Friday, Dec. 6 & Saturday, Dec. 7 Time: 10 am – 4 pm Buttons, Bows & Britches ONA Granny Club Join Debbi Finn and the gang once a month for a fun and productive afternoon sewing session. Work on any “kids” outfit, sizes new born to 14. Debbi will help you if necessary, so you can create a beautiful outfit for your new or not so new grandchild. Fee: $10 per month Date: Thursday, Sept. 19, Oct.17 & Nov. 21 Time: 1 – 3 pm or 6:30 – 8:30 pm Sewing 101 (All levels) Embroidery Club with Debbi Finn The first part of this club is going to be “Simply Crazy Quilts” by Molly Mine. This club begins with the first part of this series from Molly Mine. It’s a patchwork embroidery designs consisting of four embellished appliqué blocks. Bring your machine with the embroidery unit and work on this great quilt top with Debbi and friends. This group will meet on the fourth Thursday of every month so, stay tuned for more dates. Materials list. Fee: $20 per session + embroidery design Date: Thursday, Sept. 26, Oct. 24 & Nov. 28 Time: 1 – 3 pm Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm Date: Wednesday, Sept. 18, Oct. 23 & Nov. 27 with Debbi Finn Whether you’re just getting started, feel you need a little more confidence or want to fine tune your sewing skills, this class is for you. You can work on just about any sewing project you like. Debbi will share some of her quick tips and tricks for easy sewing and take you on to cutting out your pattern and marking the construction details. She will walk you step by step through the construction of your garment or project. Materials list. Fee: $50.00 (three, 2 hr. sessions) Date: Mondays, Sept. 16, 23 & Oct. 7 Basic Serging Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm with Margaret Millar If you haven’t even taken your serger out of the box yet – now is the time. Bring it, along with all its accessories to this great workshop. Learn the basics of threading, needle and thread know how and how to trouble shoot to achieve flawless results. Discover some great tricks that will enable you to serge with ease and confidence. You will also learn how and when to use your differential feed, your cutting blade and more! Fee: $40.00 (one, 3 hr. session) FREE if you purchased your machine from Margaret or Debbi. Kit Fee: $5 Date: Saturday, Sept. 21 Time: 2 pm – 4 pm Serger Club with Debbi Finn Has your serger been sitting in your sewing room collecting dust? Do you only use your serger for the basics finishing the raw edge or seam allowance of your project? Then this club is for you! Bring your serger to this meeting and learn how your serger can be used in many ways and for many different projects. Fee: $10 per month Date: Thursday, Sept. 12, Oct. 10 & Nov. 14 Time: 1 – 3 pm or 6:30 – 8:30 pm Ooh la la!! By Lunch Box Quilts with Debbi Finn This Paris themed quilt is wonderful for a girl of any age. Join Debbi and make this beautiful quilt top. The sixteen embroidery appliqués include the Eiffel Tower to make up this breathtaking quilt. Have an enjoyable “vacation” while stitching this quilt. Materials list. Fee: The class is free with the purchase of the embroidery package ($59.95) and the fabric required. (five, 2 hr sessions) Date: Wednesdays, Nov. 6, 13, Dec. 4 & 11 Please note: if needed the December dates will be bumped to January. Time: 1 – 3 pm or 6:30 – 8:30 pm Block of the Month Primitive Gatherings designed by Lisa Bongean Known world-wide for her primitive style in quilting, Lisa Bongean calls Menasha, WI home. Lisa opened Primitive Gatherings in 2004 with her husband and the store continues to grow. Her store was elected by the editors of American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine as one of the outstanding quilt shops in North America and featured in the 13th annual Quilt Sampler (spring/summer 2006 edition). Lisa is honored to enter into a partnership with Moda and embraces this wonderful opportunity to continue reaching out to quilters everywhere offering them beautiful new fabrics designed especially for creating her primitive and folk art designs. It is this fabric and the Primitive Gatherings “Warm Winter Blessings” pattern that we bring you in this amazing 10 month, Block-of-the-Month program. Warm Winter Blessings by Primitive Gatherings Fee: $20 per month (cotton appliqué) $25 per month (wool appliqué) Fee includes block and appliqué instructions, fabric for each of the blocks, sashing, inner & outer border and binding. Embroidery thread not included. Date: Last Saturday of each month; Sept. 28, Oct. 26, Nov. 30, Dec. 28, Jan. 25, Feb.22, Mar. 29, Apr. 26, May 31 & Jun. 28 Time: 9:00 am – 9:30 am More Block of the Month Stitch Sampler with Margaret Millar & Carolyn Belleghem This is a lovely Block-of-the-Month Sampler that was introduced by The Perfect Stitch in 2005. We are lucky to be able to offer it to you once again. We start with the sun and the stars. Then we build the house and work on the trees and flowers throwing some traditional blocks in between. As you can see from the two pictures below, you can easily put your own spin and interpretation on the blocks. Join us for this fun series, bring something for show & tell. We will also have special door prizes every month. Fee: $20 per month (12 month program includes fabric for the blocks, borders and binding) Date: Second Saturday of every month, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 13, Jan. 13, Feb. 8, Mar. 8, Apr. 12, May10, Jun. 14, Jul. 12, Aug. 9 & Sept. 13 Time: 9 – 9:30 am Hampton Ridge Block of the Month Red Crinoline Quilts designers Paula Barnes and Mary Ellen Robison have created their new Hampton Ridge Block of the Month based on small blocks and Paula's favorite color palette. Their simple layout shows off the variety of the prints and the colors create sampler-style blocks that are varied and cohesive. Our BOM includes the 12 patterns, Star Singles triangle paper and the fabric to complete the 88" x 88" quilt top… plus binding. Date: Nov. 23, Dec. 21, Jan. 18, Feb. 15, Mar. 22, Apr. 19, May 17, Jun. 21, Jul. 19, Aug. 16, Sept. 20, Oct. 18 Fee: $49.95 (kit includes approx. 4 blocks per month) Working with Batik with Beth Abbott (Fibre Artist, spinner, teacher and author) For the past three or four decades Beth has studied a variety of Fibre Arts, graduating with a Fibre Art Certificate from St. Lawrence College in Kingston and a Master Spinner Certificate from Georgian College in Owen Sound. She has won many awards for her work, authored “Icelandic Fleece – A Fibre for All Reasons (2001)” and she has delivered workshops in both Canada and the US. Join Beth for this amazing class and explore the exciting world of colour and the importance of colour placement. Learn how to work with batiks and it’s unique colouring and texture. Discover how using this fabric makes traditional quilt blocks come alive again. Fee: $75 (three, 3 hr. sessions) Materials list. Date: Tuesday, Nov. 12, 19 & 26 Time: 1 – 4 pm or 6 – 9 pm Simple Chinese Lantern with Jane Lay This striking quilt is so impressive with its use of oriental fabrics. As complicated as it first appears (there are nine lanterns), the construction is surprisingly simple. Join Jane and make this beautiful, quick and easy quilt top. Materials list. Fee: $40 (one, 5 hr. session) Date: Saturday, Nov. 2 Time: 10 am – 3 pm “Take Four” Placemats with Susan Clarke Wow, quick and easy placemats and just in time for the holidays! Join Susan and make these lovely placemats. All you need are four fat quarters!! Use Christmas prints, Orientals, batiks... anything goes! Materials list. Fee: $30 (one, 4 hr. session) Date: Friday, Nov. 22 Time: 1 – 5 pm Divided 4-Patch with Susan Clarke Even easier than “Disappearing Nine Patch”, this is another quick and easy quilt to make. The block can be done using pre-cuts or scraps. Each unfinished (8 ½”) block requires 4” – 5” squares. You can use a charm pack or a variety of medium to medium dark 5” squares with a co-ordinating background. Fee: $40 (one, 5 hr session) Date: Thursday, Dec. 5 Time: 10 am – 3 pm Join us for a little... Christmas CHEER Saturday, December 14! We’ll have special treats, discounts, give-aways & more!! Don’t miss the fun! Bring something for “Show & Tell”!! Watch for our December Pre-Inventory Sales – new discounts every week!! Sales and specials will be listed on our website and sent out in our weekly email ! ATTENTION Guild Members Shop at Stitch by Stitch! Save your fabric and notion receipts and when they add up to $2,000.00* (before taxes) you can submit them to us and your guild will receive a promotional Gift Certificate for $100.00 (full retail value). * some restrictions may apply. Needle News Don’t forget to change your sewing machine needle on a regular basis. Needles only have an 8 hour life span. Now you aren’t going to clock in and out every time you sit down to your machine, So, when you’re winding your third bobbin it would be a good time to change your needle. Dull needles are not fabric friendly!!! 401 Quilt RUN October 1 – October 31 Grab a few friends and get ready to have lots of fun this fall during our 5th Annual SHOP HOP! Hop in your car and take this amazing road trip! Visit all twelve participating shops in Prescott, Brockville, Harrowsmith, Kingston, Belleville, Trenton, Picton, Brighton, Campbellford and Cobourg! Every participating store will once again have lots of discounts and a special kit to purchase. The theme of this year’s block kit is “Jewelled Stars”!! Stitch by Stitch MACHINE TRAINING As many machine owner’s training sessions as you need are included FREE with the purchase of your PFAFF, Husqvarna Viking or Baby Lock sewing machine. If you’ve had your machine for a while and need to brush-up on the ins and outs of your machine, you are welcome to come in for a session. If you have purchased your sewing machine elsewhere, we are still happy to help you, the fee will vary depending on the make and model of your machine. Please call to book an appointment with Debbi or Margaret at 613.507.9500.
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