Join me for a Quilting Cruise!

Cruise with Angela

Quilting takes me to many places and opportunities I never expected. I’ve met incredible people and traveled all over the world. All because of quilts! Next spring I’ll embark on another exciting and unexpected quilting adventure – a quilting cruise!

Update: Registration for the Cruise has closed!

On March 1-8, 2020 I’ll be one of the featured teachers for Quilter’s Emporium’s 20th Quilting Cruise!

Cruise with Angela

This 8 day cruise will be on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas ship. We’ll sail out of Galveston, Texas and make stops in Roatan, Honduras, Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico, and Cozumel, Mexico. In between these stops will be quilting days with classes taught by myself and two other featured teachers.

Moon Hopper Quilt

The first of three classes I’ll be teaching on the quilt cruise is my Moon Hopper quilt. This quilt was featured in episode 3304 of Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting. It looks complicated, but amazingly the entire quilt is made from only two pieced units. Learn the power of the V block in this stunning quilt top that forms secondary stars from a sashing designed to do some heavy lifting. I used two specialized rulers for this quilt – the Studio 180 Square Squared ruler and the Studio 180 V Block ruler.

Would you like to join me for this week of cruising and quilting? Click here to find more info on Quilter’s Emporium’s 2020 quilting cruise!

2 thoughts on “Join me for a Quilting Cruise!

  1. I’m interested in the cruise. Can you tell me how long the classes that are being offered are? Are they half days/full days? What is the easiest way to bring your quilting supplies?

    1. Karen,
      They have a variety of classes that will be offered during the “At Sea” days. And, at night the sewing lab is open to all participants so you can work on your projects. Everything is provided and the fabric is even precut! You’ll need to bring simple things like snips and a seam ripper (for your neighbor) but they take care of everything else. Click through to the Quilter’s Emporium site linked to in the article for more info or, you can call them and get some further answers. I hope that helps!

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