MS Holland America Amsterdam (1full day and 3 half days quilitng) small group
June 3 Seattle and the Puget Sound
June 4 Cruising
June 5 Scenic Cruising and Juneau 1pm-9pm
June 6 Hubbard Glacier 2pm-6pm
June 7 Stitka 8am-4pm
June 8 Ketchikan 7am-1pm
June 9 Victoria 6pm-11:59pm
June 10 Home 7am
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. Those traveling but not quilting may deduct $250 from the cost of the trip. These prices include everything but insurance. Once a deposit is made an insurance quote will be sent by email. All rooms are Central Park or Boardwalk Balcony.
$350 deposit is due at the time of registration. $100 is non-refundable.
OUR INSTRUCTOR FOR OUR CRUISE IS DEBBY KRATOVIL
Debby Kratovil was Special Projects Editor with QUILT Magazine for 15 years, with over 600 articles published. In 2006 alone, she saw 54 of her quilts published, with another dozen sewn for major fabric companies. She has seen 25 of her quilts make the cover of quilting magazines, with 9 covers in 2006 alone. As she says, "I sew for the camera, making sure my quilts are very photogenic." She is a popular teacher both locally and nationally, as many happy students will attest. Debby authored "Bold, Black & Beautiful Quilts" (AQS, 2004), 10 quilting calendars for Accord/Andrews McMeel Publishing (2006 - 2014), a perpetual Quilter's Block-a-Day Calendar and companion CD by Martingale. Her second book, Supersize "Em Quilts, is filled with 22 projects to appeal to any quilter's discriminating taste. Debby is a prolific quilter, designer, and illustrator. Her most recent book, "Perfect Paper Pieced Points" is a wonderful treasure trove of eye-popping color and design. Best of all, she enjoys every minute of it.
Currently she designs and sews quilts for 3 fabric companies and her quilts appear in a variety of magazines. She loves to travel and teach and working for the Original Sewing and Quilt Expo takes her to a dozen cities a year.
Debby takes her wide range of quilting skills from a pile of fabric to a finished quilt, then to creating the patterns and professional illustrations print-ready. Debby likes to say, "I've never met a fabric I didn't like." One of her special talents is making a beautiful quilt using challenging fabric collections.
YOUR QUILTING PROJECT