Arrow Rock Quilt Camp is all about giving quilters a relaxed atmosphere in which they can learn new techniques, eat well, make new friends, and have a good time.
The May 4 – 8, 2020 camp check-in begins on Monday afternoon at your lodging. You may also set-up your machine and supplies in the School House or Chapel during Monday afternoon. At 5:30 there is a get-acquainted dinner followed by a show-and-tell time. You may bring a project from previous camps or another item you want to share with the group.
Classes officially begin on Tuesday morning at 9:00 -You will be assigned a teacher according to your choices made at registration. We will break at noon and enjoy lunch together. At 1:30, the class continues until 4:30. There is a break until 5:30, when we have dinner. On Tuesday and Wednesday evening, students may return to the school house for free sewing time, or enjoy their time as they please.
You may sew on your own before classes or after class times. We will accommodate your desires to sew early or stay late.
We provide ironing boards and irons. You will need to bring your own cutting board and other supplies as indicated.
Arrow Rock Quilt Camp policy regarding visitors: Visitors, such as children, friends, and husbands are welcome to join you for a meal during quilt camp (at their expense). Visitors cannot stay with you or observe the classes during the 9 am to 5 pm class time at camp. We do appreciate everyone’s understanding and compliance with this policy.
Paula Blevins, along with her husband Larry, have coordinated the Arrow Rock Quilt Camp for the last six years. Feel free to contact us regarding any questions you might have.
Paula has been sewing since making a gathered skirt in junior high home economics! She has attended the Arrow Rock Quilt Camp since moving to Arrow Rock in 2005. Paula and Larry own the Down Over Bed and Breakfast