Christine aka Chrissy


Common Threads started in 2012 when a dear friend of mine suggested I start a sale in my area. "Too busy," I said - 4 kids, homeschooling, and an active life. However, the idea wouldn't let me alone. So here we are, growing with each sale. I feel so blessed to work with so many awesome women through this neat avenue! Join us and see if it isn't fun and profitable!!

My Family


Initially, when we started Common Threads, our family was in the process of adopting our daughter, Kyley, from China. Abandoned due to a severe heart condition, Kyley came to us with a very dire outlook health-wise. However, with much support from family, friends, Common Threads, and an excellent surgeon from The Children's Hospital in Boston, Kyley is doing so well! Heart repaired and vibrant. Watch out. She will soon be running the cash register! :)


Common Threads is definitely a family business. So if you notice any handsome young men running check-out, they're probably mine!! :)
Team Thread


TEAM THREAD is a group of women that amazes us each sale. They are the consignors, grandmas, vendors, and friends that join in the leg-work of running the sale. One of the awesome perks of running Common Threads is how it brings hundreds of women together that don't usually rub shoulders but share so many "common threads"! It's genuinely neighbors helping neighbors.


Behind the Scenes

ABOUT US

COMMON THREADS MISSION STATEMENT - 

GIVE, SERVE, ENCOURAGE

To serve families by providing reasonably priced, excellent quality children's apparel and other paraphernalia that children need as they grow. We hope to encourage mothers as we rear the next generation by helping to supplement incomes by providing an outlet to sell pre-owned children's things.
Also, Common Threads is excited to help the community by the items that are donated. Each sale Common Threads consignors gives hundreds of items to local clothing banks after the sale. We currently partner with the Manna Outreach and Lewisburg Clothing Sharing Program and DWELL orphan care.