Thursday, January 12, 2012

Quilt Retreat Spring 2012


Ready to shake off those winter blues and have some quilting fun?? {Frenchknots} Quilt Retreat is having it’s second annual Quilt Retreat. So.....If you want to recharge your battery before spring and have a little girls getaway come and join us for a weekend of inspiration. Mark your Calendars {Frenchknots} Quilt Retreat is this: March 2nd, 3rd and 4th. The retreat will be located at the relaxing Fairview Retreat and Reunion in Fairview, Utah.


The last Retreat was such a success! Fantastic food, amazing trunk shows, great class and new friends made ~ you don’t want to miss out. To read more about our first Retreat click here.

All you need to bring: Your Projects, Supplies and Machine!

We Provide: 3 days and 2 nights of quilting, socializing and YOU time, 5 delicious meals {breakfast x2, lunch x1 and dinner x2}. Also provided: tables, chairs, ironing boards, cutting mats and cutters.

Total Cost for the 3 day Quilting Retreat is $235.00. The first 10 people to sign up will get a $36.00 discount! Making your retreat pass only $199.00! The deadline to register is Thursday, February 2nd. We only have 18 spots, so register early. Bring a friend and make some new ones!

So you WANT to attend? Can't hardly wait? Sign up now to secure your spot! We have 2 payment options:

1) Mail CHECK to
Pamela Cardwell
495 North 650 West
American Fork, Utah 84003
(send me an email pamela@frenchknots.net letting me know you sent the money)

2) Paypal
(send me an email and I will invoice you for the funds pamela@frenchknots.net)

I will email you a detailed Itinerary of the Quilting Retreat and more once I have received payment!
Thanks and I can't wait to see you soon.

xoxo,
Pamela Cardwell
email: pamela@frenchknots.net
web: http://www.frenchknots.net/

***Please note: due to family necessities this retreat has been postpones. Thanks
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2 comments:

Erika said...

I can't pass this one up! Love it! Fairview is near to my heart after all...

Karen H said...

That sounds like fun, but unfortunately I'm in Iowa, and Utah would be too far of a drive! I have an old Bernina very similiar to the one in your post. I use it as my "back-up" and it works great.

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