Happy Chinese New Year to everyone. January 28, 2017, was the first day of the Chinese new year and beginning of “Spring Festival” in modern mainland China. It’s called “spring” festival to correspond with the first term (spring) of the solar calendar which can fall anytime between January 20 and February 20. It’s the most […]
It all started with my need for an entry rug. A local quilt shop has a rug by their check-out counter made using a jelly roll. The owner of the shop calls it a floor quilt. I always liked it and decided to try making one myself. The process seemed simple – a waterbased sealer, […]
Margo and Steve row together. Margo said, “Steve shops with me and is as enthused about Row by Row as I am.” These Michiganders have been rowing for three years – sewing with both cotton and wool. Steve goes through the lists of shops, highlights the kits and patterns they like, and away they go. […]
There is something for everyone at Ulmers Drug and Hardware store in Homer, Alaska. ‘…you can get fabric and fishing gear all in one place. Something for everyone’. This cute Row deserved a spotlight!
Hi! I’m Jeannette Kitlan bringing this blog post to you. It began as a story inspired by an astronaut and a trip to the movies. It quickly grew into a story about so much more. Here’s the journey it took. I hope you enjoy the ride. Last week, astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to […]
These three ladies were ‘winners’ at their local quilt shops for their beautiful Wooly Blocks. Of course, they are all winners even without the blocks! Good job and thanks for sharing with us.
Love this Row so it’s in the Spotlight this week!
In keeping with my 2017 New Year’s Row-solutions, I have signed up for a quilt class. With that in mind, I made a machine apron using a Row to create the pockets. I’ve decided to share this with you. I hope you enjoy making this and it serves you well when used under your sewing […]
This beautiful quilt was found on the Row by Row Experience Washington State Facebook page. Ruth decided to color her quilt using crayons and gel pens. It is excellent and worthy of the ‘SPOTLIGHT’! Thank you, Ruth. You have probably opened up ANOTHER creative idea for all Rowers.