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Celebrate with us as At Home Store turns 18!

Celebrate with us as

At Home Store Turns 18!

Dear Friends and Customers, Near and Far,

We hope this email finds you well!

This Friday, November 20th, the At Home Store will celebrate its 18th birthday, thanks to the support of our wonderful At Home Store Community. We have loved being a part of the Fairfield community for the past 18 years. It has brought us joy, friendship, community, and celebration of the arts, cooking, and the home. 


Anniversary Promotions!

Send a gift to a loved one, or order yourself a package of treats! This weekend we are offering free shipping on all orders over $50*. Enter code : BIRTHDAY2020 at checkout for free shipping. Offer lasts from Friday morning, November 20th, until Sunday Night, November 22nd.

For our local customers, stop by our shopping window! We are offering a free gift with purchase at the store all day Friday, November 20th!

*Free shipping offer applies to contiguous United States only.


How to Shop at the At Home Store during the Pandemic

Give us a call at (641) 472-1016 or order online at our new website, athomestorefairfield.com!

Stop by our brand new shopping window, where we will bring you items to browse.

Visit the back garden (weather permitting) to look at yarns and other items. Or visit the store via zoom! Send us an email or give us a call to set up an appointment.

At Home Store hours: 11-4, Tuesday through Saturday

Masks are required for window shopping and curbside pickup. If you forget your mask, we've got you covered! Let us know and we will supply you with one.


Some of our favorite moments from the past 18 years!

Rosie in the Kitchen

Simple Knitted Apple Demonstration

We are bringing back a simple holiday knitting project from a class originally taught in 2009 by the wonderful Jeanne McCanless. This apple ornament is easy to make, and a great way to use up leftovers of fingering, sock, sport and worsted weight yarn. We will go over the different steps needed to create these adorable apples.

Join us virtually this Saturday morning, November 21st, from 10-11 on facebook live.

Join Rosie in the Kitchen this Friday, at 6pm

Join Rosie in the kitchen this Friday between 6-7 pm via facebook live as she makes butternut squash pecan casserole. A simple recipe, perfect to make for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.

She will also talk about our gift baskets, which we are excited to share with you. If you miss it, you can watch the videos and get the casserole recipe on the At Home Store blog.

Join us virtually this Friday evening, November 20th from 6-7 on facebook live.

Rosie in the Kitchen

Holiday Gift Baskets

Check out our holiday gift baskets! For the first time ever we are launching a collection of carefully curated gift baskets. The items in each basket have been selected to bring joy to the receiver. Choose from a wonderful selection of gift baskets, including the Postman's Breakfast and Savory Staples (pictured above).

And don't forget to check back as we add more baskets to the series.

Hallgrim Scarf Knit Along

Nicholas Mosse: the mug that started it all

When Rosie first started thinking about opening the store, back in 2001, her Nicholas Mosse bunny mug immediately came to mind. It was gifted to her by a friend who had made a visit to Ireland in the 1990s. Nicholas Mosse Pottery has been a staple of the store ever since. We are now excited to have our collection of Nicholas Mosse pieces up on the website.

Just Arrived for the Holidays!

Thymes Fir Soap

Scandinavian Holiday

Wooden tomte, straw ornaments, candles and more. We love the simplicity of the Swedish ornaments. Check them out online or at our new shopping window.

Ziva Paperwhite Bulbs

Ziva Paperwhites

Each year we receive paperwhite bulbs to plant for the holidays. We are very happy to say that we have a wonderful batch of fresh bulbs in the store, ready to plant.

holiday sweets

Holiday Sweets

Each year we look forward to receiving shipments of our favorite holiday foods. Stollen and lebkuchen from Germany, panforte and amaretti from Italy, French truffles, and more.

Planning for a Pandemic Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for being grateful for all of the good in our lives, and a time for sharing the good with others. While we would love to gather with our friends and family, this year we will be forgoing large family gatherings and travel, and will be staying at home with our household family for Thanksgiving dinner. There is still so much to be grateful for, and even though this is not going to be the traditional Thanksgiving, we all can make the day as special as we can. Let’s think of how to make a lovely day and celebrate that spirit of Thanksgiving in different, creative ways.

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