by Row H2O"...is
the 2015 theme!
June 21 - Sept. 8 - Travel and collect free row patterns,
purchase row fabric kit (if desired).
June 21 - Oct. 31 - Submit completed quilt to any participating
shop for possible prize. (Please click link below for quilt Guidelines)
In a nutshell,
simply visit any of the participating shops while you're out
and about and ask for your FREE row pattern (click official
link below to find list of shops by state). Many shops, including
PAINTED PONY, will have fabric kits for sale for those
who would like to make the unique row designed by each shop.
If you choose, combine your rows in any way to create a unique
quilt that represents the fun you had traveling throughout the
summer and visiting different quilt shops. Be the first
to submit your completed quilt to any shop for a prize!
Exclusive Fabric License Plates by Zebra Patterns will be available
in shops around the country. Each one is special and fun! Collect
a bunch of Fabric License Plates to create fun projects, sewing-studio
wall art or even a fun backing for your quilt. Some shops will
also have other collectible items available!
Each area has their own Facebook page. "Like" the page
from the areas you visit to see pics of the rows, shop displays,
winning quilts and fabric plate projects.
There are GUIDELINES
for submitting your quilt, so please visit the official ROW
BY ROW WEBSITE for
Frequently Asked Questions, list of shops, and to see how it
Now available for purchase
pillowcase - sample only
SQUARED" Fabric Exchange
Beef up your
stash with a 1 yard purchase!
Thanks to great response,
we're continuing our fabric square exchange...
this is an exchange for people who want to trade "quilt
shop quality" fabrics, and it's an easy way
to increase your stash with little cost, especially if you want
to "try out" a new style!
There are NO meetings - just FUN! Join in anytime and participate
every month or just the months you prefer! See Guidelines
for fabric schedule.
1930's and Batik Exchanges begin
The MAY due date (May
16) has just been extended for both Exchanges!
Due date is now May 23.
- 1930's Reproduction
exchange begins May - view or print Guidelines
- Batik exchange begins
May - view or print Guidelines
Fuzzies" Wool Club
12 month club - meetings are normally 4th Wed. of each month (1-3pm)
Annual Fee: $25.00 / View/print Supplies list.
Led by Tanya Smith, this club is for
those who share a common love of wool, or anyone interested in
learning more about how to use it.
Members will receive a new pattern/project idea each month, as
well as learn to add wool into other projects as an easy way
to applique and embellish.
We will also offer a wool BOM project (this will be a separate
cost, to include pattern & wool); or bring your own project.
Note: Participation in the BOM is not required.
(Members will receive a discount on any merchandise that is featured
or recommended in the meetings.)
Sit back, learn, stitch,
share the friendship of a common love of wool!
Join us for a fun-filled afternoon!
Embroidery Club is now a BEE!
If you're a hand stitcher, please join us to spend some time,
share some stitches and projects, your favorite backgrounds and
threads, and mostly share your enthusiasm and love for hand embroidery!
Gather on the 1st Tuesday of each month, 10am-noon.
No fee...join at any time...learn from each other...show &
Step back in time to an
old-fashioned gathering to
reflect on 19th century
This is a 6-month club
where you'll re-create
small primitive quilts using
Jo Morton's fabrics and
"Jo's Little Women"
6 month club - 3rd Tuesdays
6-month fee: $35.00
Just starting the new year Jan.-June - call or come in to register.
If Civil War-era
fabrics and history are your interests, come join us as we work
on our piecing skills using Jo Morton fabrics, and patterns exclusive
We meet in the PPnQ classroom on the 3rd Tuesday of each month
through June (9:30-11:30am).
Membership is $35.00
Karen will share tips, historical information, and lead group
activities for those
interested in reproduction quilts.
Join us for some old fashioned fellowship, make new
"stitchin" friends, and sample tasty treats!
Looking for a friendly,
casual quilting group?
The Wednesday Bee
...is our oldest
Bee and the ladies meet every
Wednesday (10am-noon) in the PPnQ classroom.
They work on their our own projects, visit, and often go to lunch
together afterward. There is no cost - the main goal is to make
progress on your projects, listen and share, they often enjoy
homemade goodies, and most importantly...have fun!
No need to register - just come and join in!