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We are so excited that you are joining us for the retreat! It is going to be a fun-filled four days, with plenty of time for independent sewing, optional projects, fellowship with fellow retreat goers, exploring the area, or whatever satisfies your Quilty Pleasures.

There are a wide range of quilty skill levels attending, from fairly new quilters to quite experienced – however, I expect everyone will walk away having learned something new. Some of you know each other well, some are acquaintances, and some we have yet to meet. By the end of our time together, we anticipate knowing each other well, and new friendships forming.

Building our Retreat Community

In order to start building our retreat community, we have created a Facebook group (Quilty Pleasures at Quiltville Inn 2020) just for you! It is a private group, and once each of you has joined, we will close the group so that only folks in the group can find it. Click here to join.

One of our attendees, Kathy Emanuelson, has graciously offered to host a Pre-Retreat Zoom Meeting for us Wednesday, July 1, 5:30 pm (Eastern time). This will allow us to spend a few minutes putting faces to names and ask any questions. Click here to join the meeting. New to Zoom? Click here to learn how to join a Zoom meeting.

Based on the feedback you all provided, we have crafted a retreat experience that balances optional projects with opportunities for independent sewing, socializing and exploring. 

Click on the links below to access information regarding the retreat:

You are invited to join our challenge!

Wow! Have the last several months been trying times! Many of us had our quilting interrupted to make masks – many of you are STILL making masks! For those of you ready to get back to quilting, we are working on a community project to benefit our local community – in a QUILTY way!

As we are working to resume normal activities in the shop, we wanted to bring our quilting community back together in a way that would benefit our local community. A way to help those who have been adversely affected by recent events. Out of this desire came Heritage of Hope – the Fiber of the Yadkin Valley, a friendly competition between quilters that ultimately benefits our neighbors in need!

Click here for more details!

We look forward to seeing you at the retreat!