They have turned around and are headed home as of today, Friday, April 5. I talked with Becca. They are terribly sad and want to be home.
Please help shower them with love, kindness and monetary support to help them get back on their feet again. If you have met any of this A Hundred Ravens team, you know that kindness rules.
I, Susan Dickerson, owner of The Flying Needles, in Williamsburg, Va., have never seen or experienced a dyer work so hard to overcome adversity to live up to their agreement with another business. Becca got the flu at Stitches West and was to be here in Williamsburg, the next weekend. She could not physically make it. Instead of cancelling, she called in favors and sent a friend. We had a BANGING weekend!
Please consider helping them get back on their feet.
Thank you in advance for opening your heart and your pocketbook/wallet for this lovely team.
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