Q & A

How many students attend Arrow Rock Quilt Camp?

Thirty-eight students from eleven states attended last year’s camp.  Campers stayed in the B & Bs or private homes in Arrow Rock, some commuted from home, some camped in the Arrow Rock State Park, and some stayed with family / friends in the area.

Each student will share an eight-foot table for your sewing machine and other items.  There will be plenty of cutting tables as well as ironing tables throughout the room.  Extension cords are also provided.

If the camp is full, your registration will be placed on a waiting list.

Where will we be staying?

Housing is at a bed and breakfast or private home (usually weekend home) in our village.  There are various bed arrangements:  full-sized bed, queen,  king, twin bed, some rooms have different combinations, so let us know your preference.

What should I bring with me?

Each student should bring her own sewing machine, a sewing light, and basic sewing kit (scissors, needles, pins, black & white thread).  A more detailed supply list will be sent after you register.

Let us know if you will be flying and need to borrow a sewing machine, we can make a couple of extra ones available.

Past attendees told us to tell newcomers it helps to bring a cushion for the metal chair in the school house!

Where do we eat?

Our meals will be provided by the Camps Hosts –

A get acquainted dinner will be at J. Huston Tavern in Arrow Rock on Monday evening Monday evening.   Afterward, we always look forward to the show and tell, where each person brings something they have made, or purchased to show the group.

Lunch and dinner on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday will be provided at a location within a block or two of the School House in Arrow Rock.  Drinks and snacks will be provided throughout the morning and afternoon at the School House.

If you have special requirements, please let us know ahead of time.