Wednesday, November 19, 2008

PATTERNWORKS/ KEEPSAKE QUILTING

Last Updated: 11.19.08

PATTERNWORKS/ KEEPSAKE QUILTING
P.O. Box 1618
130 Whittier Highway, Route 25
Center Harbor, NH 03226
(800) 438-5464- order line / (603) 253-9064- shop / (800) 723-9210- customer service
Email: customerservice@ patternworks.com
Web: http://www.patternworks.com

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5 comments:

Sara said...

Stopped in the day I went to Keepsake Quilting. Very nice yarns - but, the store seemed to "sterile" - it was like everything was too neat. It was a first impression - but I will go back again and give it a second chance.

Julia said...

I agree with Sara - it can seem a bit sterile and doesn't appear to have as much as the catalog. But it is well layed out, you can see the yarns and colors.

Karen said...

This shop is right around the corner from my in-law's summer home. I have solved many a summer knitting emergency there. I love the odds and ends at sale prices that are often out on the porch. They have a tent sale every summer which I have never experienced but is said to be quite something.

Vivian said...

I usually buy from Patternworks online but I have been to the shop a couple of times. Good selection with a friendly, helpful staff.

Anonymous said...

I have oredered from Patternworks in the past and found them to be pleasant and helpful. A few weeks ago, I ordered yarn from the catalog and what I received looked nothing like the color swatches listed in the catalog. Called customer service and asked for the warehouse to look through the bins to try to find a match and for someone to give me a call back in a few days. The caller (message) said, "we have a no-quibble return policy and that you can return the yarn any time." Does that mean that there is no match available? What about my yarn? What about my cost for shipping that I paid for it to get to me, AND back to Patternworks? I phoned today (two-three weeks later) and spoke to a customer service rep who behaved as though I was bothering her. I tried to tell her that the "company" needs to inspect the yarns because other customers will be in the same boat as I. ......somehow I just don't think that I was making any sense, or maybe I caught her at the wrong time, or that it even mattered.
........feeling 'up a stream without a paddle'.