January 24- Miami sail at 5:00pm
January 25- Cruising
January 26- Labadee, Haiti 8am-5pm
January 27- Cruising
January 28- Kralendijk, Bonaire 9am-6pm
January 29- Oranjestad, Aruba 8am-9pm
January 30- Willemstad, Curacao 8am-5pm
January 31- Cruising
February 1- Cruising
February 2- Miami 7am
Your trip includes:
· 8 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
INCLUSIVE PRICING:PRICING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL BOOKED AND DEPOSITED!
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 complete project 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.
Balcony- $2350 US (non-quilter-$1850 US)
Ocean View- $2080 US(non-quilter- $1580 US)
Interior Cabin prices upon request
$350 deposit is due at the time of registration. $100 is non-refundable.
Final payment is due October 26, 2019
Meet Your Quilting Instructor
Border Creek Station Pattern Company
Sherri began quilting over 30 years ago when a good friend signed them both up for beginner classes calling her on vacation to tell her they were going to learn how to quilt! That beginner class, all sewn by hand and cut with scissors, was repeated three times. Sherri stands by her story that it was all because they provided tea, cookies and free babysitting!
When Sherri started teaching quilting classes, she began by taking the mystery out of the quilt making process and focused on mastering solid techniques so quilters would have confidence to complete the projects they wanted to, while keeping the emphasis on fun. As a joke to her students Sherri created a mystery project to keep them guessing and have fun with this mysterious quilting adventure. They loved the process and demanded more. So ironically, through her Border Creek Station Pattern Company, Sherri brought “mystery” and “fun” back together with the BCS Mystery Quilt Club. As one of the largest mystery quilt programs offered, Sherri designs an original quilt each year and has done so for the last 18 years.
Sherri lives in a small ‘ghost-town’ village of Kilworthy in Ontario, Canada with her very supportive husband Ron (who works fulltime with Sherri including binding all of her quilts - he is a keeper!) and since their children have left the nest, they also keep busy with their two furry pals Jessie and Logan, both hunting dogs who love the outdoors and of course, cuddling with quilts.
PROJECTS FOR THE CRUISE
Sherri is working on something special for this trip. Sherry is planning 2 projects, one is a Mystery.
This project uses mock up fabrics batiks in blues. The project is 71 x 81.