Quilt Camp!

Who wants to go to camp? Quilt Camp! Quilt Camp is a holiday sewing retreat where you can get together with friends, relax, finish those last holiday gifts, and take classes from some of us Midwest bloggers! The retreat is scheduled December 7-9 (the 6th is an optional day).

Quilt Camp will take place at the Hankerd Inn in Pleasant Lake, Michigan. We are going to have a blast! Isn’t it cute?

I will be teaching Foundation Piecing and we will make an 18″ pillow/mini quilt (your choice!) which matches the Quilt Camp logo.

Poinsetta Pillow - Quilt Camp!

Jeni Baker of In Color Order will be teaching her awesome Drawstring Bag pattern in a variety of sizes (perfect for wrapping gifts!).

Heather Jones of Olive and Ollie will be teaching Improvisational Piecing.

Brenda Ratliff of Pink Castle Fabrics and Just a Bit Frayed will be teaching English Paper Piecing, specifically how to make hexies and then applique them onto a surface such as a purse or tea towel.

Pricing includes shared lodging (see the Information Page for details on rooms), brunch and dinner each day and ALL classes. They only thing you need to bring is your fabric, sewing machine and notions. We will provide you with project supply lists before December.

Click Here for Quilt Camp Details and Schedule
Click Here to Purchase your Quilt Camp Ticket (December 7th – 9th, 2012)
Click Here to Purchase an Additional Night for Quilt Camp (December 6th)

There are only 32 spots so I encourage you to sign up quickly if you want to come. I hope to see you there!

Comments

  1. 5

    Emily V. says

    That would be so fun to meet and sew with some of my favorite bloggers, but I think that’s going to have to wait til QuiltCon. I’m sure it will be a really fun retreat and I’ll look forward to reading about it. :)

  2. 8

    Stephanie says

    I just signed up! I’m so excited it’s so close by! (I’m in Chicago). Looking forward to the fun projects and all the dedicated sewing time. (:

  3. 15

    says

    It looks like SO much fun! I totally wish I could do it, but we are in the middle of a move right now, so I need to save money. I can’t wait to hear about it!

    • 17

      says

      We aren’t offering any day passes. You could go home at night if you are local, but would still need to pay the full price as it covers everything (food, class space and classes as well as the lodging).

  4. 20

    Kimberly says

    This sounds like so much fun! What would be the best airport to fly into? I not familiar with the area at all. Thanks!

  5. 25

    Melissa says

    Sounds like so much fun Faith! I really wish I could go… (although I’m sure it is way too advanced for me) but hopefully it will go well and you will do it again next year. I just love, love, love all your creations. Speaking of which, I need to post you pictures of the quilts I have made of yours. I get so many complements. I pretty much feel like a quilting super-star! Anyway, take care and keep the inspiring quilts coming.

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