June 23- Port Canaveral sail at 4:30p
June 24- Cococay, Bahamas 8am-4pm
June 25- Cruising
June 26- Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas 12pm-8pm
June 27- Philipsburg, St. Maarten 7am-4pm
June 28- Cruising
June 30- Port Canaveral 6am
Your trip includes:
· 7 nights accommodations
· All port fees, taxes, and gratuities
· Quilting Classes
· Open workroom schedule
· Complete project kits
· Same time dining
· On board entertainment
· On board activities
· Sewing machines provided by JANOME
PRICING: Pricing is per person, based on double occupancy. Your fee includes the cruise cost, taxes, port fees, gratuities, all teacher fees, the use of a Janome sewing machine with mechanical support, and a pre-cut fabric kit for all of the projects being taught on the trip. Once a deposit is made an insurance quote for the trip will be sent by email. If for any reason a quilter should cancel after the final payment has been made the cost of the quilting portion of the trip is non-refundable.
Ocean View- $2351.00 (non-quilter-$1751)
Central Park Balcony- $2551 (non-quilter-$1951)
Ocean and Boardwalk Balcony- $2601.00 (non-quilter-$2001)
Interior Cabin prices upon request
$350 deposit is due at the time of registration. $100 is non-refundable.
Final payment is due March 25, 2019..
Meet Your Quilting Instructor
Shannon grew up in an Air Force family and moved throughout her childhood. She fondly remembers hand sewing classes at the village school she attended in England. She has lived in Northern Virginia since 1974. After high school, she received an Associates degree from The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. For a number of years, she worked in the merchandising and display fields for Woodward and Lothrop in Virginia. Art in just about any form has always inspired her. In most areas of her life, she has eclectic taste, and likes change and variety, so it seems only natural that her quilting is eclectic as well. She uses a wide variety of techniques and materials, whatever seems to suit the project at hand. Shannon enjoys both traditional quilting and art quilting. She prefers to design original quilts, working from the stash she has collected over the years. Letting the projects evolve as she works, one common thread in her art would be mixing a large variety of printed fabrics.
Shannon has been teaching professionally since 2006 and loves working with students of all ability levels. She particularly enjoys when she is able to help someone overcome a stumbling block of some kind. She looks forward to hearing from her past students and seeing their quilt projects.