Sunday, February 10, 2013

Calling All Girlfriends!!


In case you hadn't heard, this coming September, my BFF Lynne Hagmeier (Kansas Troubles Quilters) and I will be hosting a quilting cruise along the New England coast line just in time to see the glorious colors of fall on the leaves!  We're totally jazzed about this, and why not?  Sound like fun?  Well, it really is!!  




We'd love to have you join us on this week long quilting cruise as we enjoy the ports of New York City, Halifax Nova Scotia, Saint John New Brunswick, Bar Harbor Maine, Boston MA, and Newport Rhode Island.  Aahhh....New England in the fall.  Sounds heavenly!

Little Blue Schoolhouse 
While we're at sea, you'll be joining us for two full days of sewing and good times.  I will be teaching the Little Blue Schoolhouse pictured above.  I designed the Schoolhouse block so it's easy ~ breezy, with no dreaded "Y" seams!!  This quilt is made mostly of my fabrics from Heart of the Prairie as well as other Marcus fabrics.  The kit includes the backing and binding fabrics as well.

For Lynne's class, you'll be making her quilt called Twenty Five Yard Dash.  This project is super easy as well, and features, of course.....Lynne's Kansas Troubles fabrics.  How can you go wrong?

In addition to these two quilts, we have more special surprise projects and goodies for you as well.  

Did you know the price for your cruise not only includes
all your meals, onboard entertainment, the class fees 
and your kits?!!

The dates for our Great Girlfriend Get~Away 
to New England are Sept 21 thru 28, 2013

I know September seems like a long way off, 
and if you're interested, and have been thinking 
about joining us, the cut-off date of...

April 15th

  is actually approaching soon.

So...grab your hubby, and/or your best girlfriends, and join Lynne and me on our next cruising adventure!  We'd sure love to have you on board with us!!

For cruise information, click here 
or call Bunny at (815) 715-8483

Pam








1 comment:

  1. Pam, in your profile you talk about making dolls before you started quilts. Would you post some of them so we can see what they were like and if possible would you ever share your patterns. I am looking for a country looking doll to display with my prairie quilts. Any ideas, I would love to have you share. Thanks c-bahl@hotmail.com

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