Supplies: 12×12 White Shadow Box Frame 3 – My Minds Eye Sugar Plum “Sparkle” Paper 1 – My Minds Eye Sugar Plum “Glisten” Paper My Minds Eye Embellishment pack 30 count Warm White Firefly Lights battery pack Large All Night Media Pop-dots Mini All Night Media Pop-dots Beacon 3 in 1 Glue Directions: 1. Trim […]
Ideas from our Design Team
Supplies: 1 small wooden chair 1 bottle of acrylic paint in color of your choice 1 fat quarter, 5” charm or scrap of fabric. 2 1/2” square of foam core board Hot glue or Beacons 3-in-1 glue Poly-fil stuffing Directions: Measure the seat of the chair and cut foam core to fit. Paint chair and […]
Our wood Pallet Boards are so fun to create with! You don’t have to dumpster dive any longer, these pallet boards are about 24″x36″ in size and they are ready for your next DIY project. Supplies for the Patriotic Flag Pallet Board: Wood Pallet Board 10×10 Wood Panel Board 27 – Lara Crafts Wood Stars […]
Are You ready for Celebrating the Fourth of July? Creating these Patriotic Mason Jar Candle Holder are fast and you can light up your party in minutes! Supplies for the Patriotic Mason Jar Candle Holder: Mini flags on sticks Mason Jar with all smooth sides Sand from your favorite beach or sand in a bag Mini battery operated tea […]
Exclusive Row by Row Fabric Plates™ by Zebra Patterns will be available in five of our Craft Warehouse Row by Row quilt shops and in many of the other participating shops. Each one is unique! Collect a bunch to create fun projects, sewing studio wall art or even a fun backing for your quilt.
The history of Wenatchee and its claim to be the “Apple Capital of the World” is the sole inspiration for our row. Our feature block is “Apple Pie” followed by the iconic apple and the last block represents the “Home” of past, current, and future apple orhardist. Travel with friends, discover new quilt shops and have fun collecting rows!
Inspired by the geographic and agricultural significance of the surrounding area. Focusing on the natural beauty and vino fruitfulness we designed our row for Kennewick full of regional meaning. Nestled in the Columbia Valley sets our “Home”. Travel with friends, discover new quilt shops and have fun collecting rows!
Our row was inspired by the A.C. Gilbert House and Children’s Museum on the Salem waterfront. The house was the home of A. C. Gilbert, the inventor of The Erector Set and many other famous children’s toys. Travel with friends, discover new quilt shops and have fun collecting rows!
Our row is a nod to our dairy heritage. Established in 1893, Meridian was incorporated as a village in 1903 with a population of approximately 200 and a bustling business center. A creamery was built in 1897, and other dairy-related businesses followed, as Meridian established itself as a dairy center for the state. Travel with friends, discover new quilt shops and have fun collecting rows!
We couldn’t have a Beaverton row without the Beaver. It wouldn’t be home without him…. This area was originally home to the Atfalati people who called it “Chakeipi” (Place of the Beaver). Early settlers called it Beaverdam and, eventually, Beaverton. Travel with friends, discover new quilt shops and have fun collecting rows!