Row by Row Prizes
ONLY 7 Days Left!!!
WIN WIN WIN
Did you collect row by row patterns this summer, but did not win a prize? Sew 8 rows together and bring it in to show us by Oct 31 and receive a fat quarter and be entered to a draw for a $100 gift certificate. You do not have to have it quilted. You can win a prize too. Draw will be done Thursday Nov 5 for the Gift Certificate.
Did you love the Row by Row experience and want to be among the first to find out next years theme. Find out mid October by following this link http://rowbyrowstudio.com
Hungry caterpillar? What’s that got to do with Row by Row Experience™?
Well…Row by Row is sorta like the beloved children’s story The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
In the story, the caterpillar eats and eats his way through a wide variety of foods. He eats until he is so full and so fat. He’s not hungry anymore. He builds a little house called a cocoon to snuggle in. He rests there for a while. Then he nibbles his way out. But he’s not a caterpillar any more. He becomes a beautiful butterfly!
Row by Row’s hibernation period is like the hungry caterpillar’s cocoon time. We Row by Row fans eat and eat our way through wonderful rows all summer long. They’re so delicious and so fun to collect. By Labor Day though we’re really full. So we like to take a break and hunker down in our sewing rooms. When we’re ready we emerge. Our rows are not rows anymore. They have turned into beautiful quilts just like the beautiful butterfly.
Officially, Row by Row’s hibernation period is the eight weeks between the last day to collect free rows and the last day to win a prize. It’s the quiet time when no rows are given out and no kits are sold. We use this time to honor folks who traveled to shops during the summer. They can use this time to finish up their quilts and submit them for prizes. They have until October 31 to complete a quilt and claim a prize.
Patterns and kits available for sale Nov 1, 2015.
Tom’s Sewing Machine
#102 – 8338 – 120th St
Surrey, BC V3W 3N4
#5 – 45802 Luckakuck Way