Well, just now our provincial government has imposed a strict 'Stay at Home' order. What does this mean for curbside businesses? The best information I could find is from this news story:Ontario Declares Second Provincial Emergency to Address COVID-19 Crisis and Save Lives
Most retailers considered non-essential may be open for curbside pickup. As of January 14, 2021, curbside pick-up must occur between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. for retailers who are deemed “non-essential” and are conducting curbside sales. RCC's understanding is that this restriction will continue for at least 28 days.
So based on this, I will continue to offer curbside pickup. Your purchases will be left outside in a covered bin and arrangements are made for a time for you to pickup. There is no contact. And, until the emergency order has been lifted, I will not be doing any mail orders as I do not plan to go to the Post Office every few days to get orders out. I'm sorry about this, but there is always a long line at the Shoppers Drug Mart Post Office that I use and I feel uncomfortable standing there in line with strangers.
Clearance Sale and Buy & Sell
On a happier note, my CLEARANCE SALE is ongoing, so please take a look often as I continue add more items.
And checkout the Buy and Sell for a new listing for a Sally Stanley Smocking Pleater.
Warm & Natural Insul-BriteThis item is arriving on Thursday. Insul-bright is a 100% polyester batting ideal for making heat-safe projects such as pot holders, oven mitts, and casserole covers. It's washable and breathable. Do not microwave. No shrinkage.
45" wide - $8 per yard.