Round Bobbin Announces Next "Sew Fun Cruise"
Eastern Caribbean Sewing & Quilting Cruise Sailing June 5, 2011, on Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas
Itinerary: 7 Nights:
Port Canaveral, FL
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas VI
Philipsburg, St. Maarten BVI
Join us on the Round Bobbin Sew Fun Cruise as we sail on the Freedom of the Seas. We sew while we are cruising at sea, giving everyone ample time to enjoy the sights of each port of call while docked. We have sewing and quilting classes appropriate for all skill levels. We make it easy for you. Janome is sponsoring the cruise and is providing the machines for use on the ship. We provide all the equipment necessary to sew while on the cruise. All you need to do is bring yourself and be ready to have fun!
Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas is one of the newest ships in their fleet. In addition to the world class food, you'll enjoy fun and exciting Las Vegas style shows, games, themed bars and lounges, full size flat screen TV's in every room, the Royal Promenade and so much more. Those who like a little adventure can enjoy the rock climbing wall, the FlowRider®, and the 9-hole miniature golf course.
You must book your cruise through Bonnie at CruiseOne at 800-784-4480. It's easy. A deposit of $250 per person holds your cabin. Bonnie can also arrange a payment plan to meet your needs. We have a limit of 100 people so book today! More information will be posted at www.roundbobbin.com or call 800-473-9464.
As an added bonus, everyone who registers for classes will receive a Janome sewing machine. These machines will not be used on the cruise, but will be shipped to your home after the cruise.
Prices start at $1170 per person, which includes all classes on board the ship.
Hope you join us!!
Art & Inspirations. This book leads reader through Ruth B. McDowell's progression into becoming one of today's most prominent quilt artists. Full-color reproductions of her finest works, drawn from collections all over the world, illustrate this volume and offer an immensely sensitive and personal look at her work.
Visions. This catalog features all 80 quilts from the "Visions" exhibition in San Diego in 1996.
Both of these books are great inspirational material. If you like the "different" types of fabric art available, you'll love both of these books.
Leave a comment over at Kaye Wood's Blog telling us what your idea of an "art quilt" is, and next Friday, May 14, 2010, we'll draw a winner!