Row by Row Experience is a different sort of shop hop... it is nationwide (plus Canada) and requires no passports. You simply go to participating shops and pick up their row pattern for free. The first person to return to a shop with a completed quilt that includes rows from at least 8 different participating shops wins 25 fat quarters and possibly more prizes as well. What a lot of fun!!!
I went to eight shops in my area and picked up patterns, then sewed like a mad demon for a few days to finish up my rows. Then I basted, bound and labeled it and returned to one of my local quilt shops to claim my prize. My finished quilt:
Cotton and Chocolate Quilt Shop.
So generous to cut me what I wanted... Naturally I went right for the batiks, my favorite fabrics. Because I included their row in my quilt, I also won a gift certificate for the shop, a beautiful tote bag, and a coffee mug.
Now that the row by row experience is done for me, I'm at a loss for quilty things to do. I already pieced my Saturday sampler blocks for July, pin-basted a table runner, with no plans for immediate quilting, and made a few more hexagons for my hex quilt. I DO have two Bertie blocks to complete, but I have lost my mojo for actually working on them.
If you see my mojo floating around somewhere in the ether, send it back my way, please.
From Greensboro to Champaign!
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