Elizabeth Morgan is the curator of our beautiful store. She is a sewist, quilter, knitter, spinner, and especially enjoys traditional rug hooking with wool. She is a certified McGown rug hooking instructor, as well as an Oxford Punch Needle certified instructor. Before relocating to Winston Salem, she and her husband, Roy, lived on a farm in Vermont and raised sheep and llamas. This adventure on the farm added to her love of fiber- related activities. She enjoys singing in the Winston Salem Symphony Chorus, and her church choir. As the new owner of Village Fabric Shop, a long- term dream of owning a shop like this is being fulfilled. Having her daughter and granddaughter involved in the shop is icing on the cake!
Heather Zifchak may be a familiar face to you. She has been a loyal customer and class taker of the shop since it was founded Spring 2009. April 2017 (after hanging around the shop way too much) Amy hired her. She has not left since! Heather is a sewer, crafter and has a glue gun license. Teaching Diva Wallet and fabric wreath making are two of her favorite classes.
Heather and her husband Pete have a middle school daughter Mary Elizabeth. You may see Mary Elizabeth at the shop some days after school.
Come see these great ladies and enjoy the fabric yumminess that is Village Fabric Shop.