Stephannie amd Clint Bulman, third-generation owners of Castle’s Sewing Centre, invite you to help celebrate their 77th anniversary!

Love sewing? You won’t want to miss THIS celebration!

Castle Sewing marks 77 years serving the local sewing community!

There’s a reason Castle Sewing is celebrating an amazing 77 years of serving the local community.

A few reasons, in fact!

Castle’s is the oldest independent, third-generation family run sewing centre in Western Canada, the oldest and No. 1 Brother Dealer for Western Canada, and one of the oldest Pfaff Dealers in Western Canada.

The excellent selection and competitive prices are definitely part of it – you’ll find the same or better savings as the big box stores AND an amazing selection. No matter what level of sewing experience you have or what kind of sewing you want to do, they have the machine to help you do it.

But where the Castle Sewing team truly excels is in their knowledge and passion for their craft – a passion they love sharing with others.

Castle Sewing was founded in 1942 by James Castle, who believed in providing the best in sewing technology, products and service to every customer. Close to eight decades later, third-generation owners Clint and Stephannie Bulman embrace that same philosophy.

“Whether you’re buying an introductory sewing machine or a top-of-the-line model with all the bells and whistles, you become part of the Castle family,” Stephannie says. “We want you to feel confident in your choice, how to make the most of it and how to get creative.”

That means exceptional, personalized service and valuable knowledge to draw upon.

“You can continue to call on us for the lifetime of your machine. We want you to ask questions, to try out the machines, and take advantage of the many different classes we host in-store,” Stephannie says, noting that with every purchase of a machine, customers receive free one-on-one lessons with industry experts in a private, comfortable in-store space.

Join the anniversary celebration!

To celebrate, Castle Sewing hosts its annual anniversary celebrations – “a thank you to the local sewing enthusiasts who have made it all possible.” If you’re in the market for your first sewing machine or the machine of your dreams, some awesome accessories or software, there’s no better time than the annual anniversary celebrations June 29, with lots happening in store!

• Save big: Shop early for door crashers, look for exceptional pricing on select products and machines, and browse your favourite fabrics starting as low as $9.99 per metre. Check out the full line of sewing machines, sergers and more, plus long-arm quilting machines and related accessories and check out the latest workshops to take your sewing to the next level.

Stop in at 1854 Fraser Hwy. or more information, visit at and on Facebook.


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