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Wild Oats
Sewing Company

Our Team 
Noe Cantu - Owner

Noe has been around sewing his entire life. His mother Olga loved to sew. She made costumes, alterations, and hand quilting. It was not until the pandemic that he found his love for sewing. He had a basic sewing machine and made hundreds of masks to send to friends, family, and anyone who needed a mask. After things started to open up again he upgraded his machine and started getting into bag making, clothes making, and embroidery. In 2022 he left his full time job working in logistics to pursue a new career in the sewing community. In a short time he learned so much more with sewing, teaching, embroidery, and machine repair. In June of 2022 Noe and a few friends started planning for a new adventure. After a few months of planning and lots of changes to the plans and the community in Northern Colorado we came to where we are today. A small space on N. Lincoln Ave, Loveland, CO that has been transformed from a dark space to a fresh new space that offers long arm quilting, quilt quality fabric, sewing notions, classes, sewing machines, and a warm and welcoming space to sit, chat, build community, and have a cup of coffee or tea. A great welcoming community is at the top of the list! Noe is always looking for new techniques to learn and share with anyone who wants to learn. When Noe is not in the shop you will find him enjoying time with his friends who are more like family, driving around with the top off of his Jeep, riding his scooter around town, road biking, camping, hiking, ATV trail riding, and of course sewing! 

Thanks to all of the support from our local sewing community we have been able to expand and move to our new location at 471 N. Denver Ave after only 5 months of being open. We are excited to keep growing and bring new and exciting options to Northern Colorado. 

















Mary Alice Grant
Mary Alice is a trained facilitator and trainer.  As a consultant she worked with organizations developing strategic, business, operational and organizational plans.  In her personal life she loves to learn and have new experiences.  She has traveled for both business and pleasure.  She loves to cook and taught cooking on the east coast for seven years.  She became a certified home stager and although a reluctant quilter at first, Mary Alice now loves to design and make quilts and other projects that the recipient will love.  She loves working with others on projects and teaching classes.



 






Johnna Foster
More info to come. 


 

Becky Williamson


Becky has been sewing for many years. She learned to sew back when sewing your own clothes was less expensive than it was to buy them, and Home Economics was a class requirement in school.  Her quilting journey began in the 1970s before the invention of the rotary cutter, and the acceptance of machine quilting! Since those early days she has enjoyed learning about and using many of the new tools and techniques quilting has to offer.  She branched out into machine embroidery about 5 years ago.
Becky has been working for the past 9 years in the sewing industry in northern Colorado in a variety of capacities in several different stores. She is an educator at heart and has enjoyed teaching a wide variety of quilting and embroidery classes over the years.  She likes project based teaching, as well as sharing her enthusiasm for the various specialty rulers and other tools available for sewists, and helping people learn how to use the features on their sewing and embroidery machines.




















 









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