Row by Row Experience™ began in 2011 with 20 quilt shops across New York State. In 2012 the event grew to include 62 participating shops. Pennsylvania came on board in 2013 for a total of 138 shops throughout the two states.
In 2014 over 1250 quilt shops participated in 34 states and Ontario. 2655 shops across the US and Canada made 2015 the biggest year so far! 2016 will be even better!
Although the quilt shops are organized by area, quilters have no borders. Travel, shop, collect patterns and add rows to your quilt from anywhere!
|206 mile eight hour round trip!|
|Such friendly staff|
|The building does not do much for the delights once you get inside.|
Second stop was Lady Sew & Sew, Farm Rd, Henley on Thames
|Chris always happy to help and a good support.|
|A warehouse full of fabric|
|Henley on Thames|
|As we crossed the Thames bridge they were getting ready for the Henley Regatta next week.|
|Only open 10am to 2pm we were worried we would not make it in time|
so did not stop for lunch until we got there. There is a really nice cafe in the same complex
as the shop where we had a really nice lunch so glad we waited.
|A small complex of shops worth a visit.|
|Hanging under the I love quilting sign are smaller versions you can buy.|
A friend in the USA had asked me to get her one.
|Love this quilt made by MK Gems|
|Finally time to go home and look at my goodies.|