Have fun visiting a quilt shop with your family this summer. Learn more about the entire Row by Row Junior program in this blog post here.
How to find participating RxR Jr shops. The 9th Row shops, too! There are four ways.
- The Shop Finder
- The Travel Lists
- The Picture Lists
- The Google Map
Go to www.RowbyRowExperience.com. Be patient for the site to load. It’s working hard for you. Always keep scrolling down to find more.
The Shop Finder
The Travel Lists (scroll down from the Shop Finder page)
The Picture Lists (arrow back to the State/province page.)
The Google Map (Close out of or X out of the Travel List pdf screen. Click GOOGLE MAP in the upper right. Home is also a useful place to click if you get lost on the site.)
There is a great YouTube video prepared by RxR to help you navigate the map. Find it here.
Posted below is a series of screen shots on how to use the RxR Google Map that will be helpful too.
The more you explore all of these tools RxR has provided, the more comfortable and confident you will become. It’s all part of providing the best experience we can using a broad range of technology suitable for all devices…just like our craft of quilt making, from simple hand stitches to high tech sewing machines.
Row by Row Junior hopes to introduce all kids to the intrinsic benefits of learning how to sew. Making things on today’s sewing machines incorporates all the elements of STEM education in an artful way that builds self-esteem and perseverance.
“I learned to sew on a sewing machine and I made this!” That’s what hundreds of quilt shops across America and Canada hope to hear from kids age 6-14 in their communities this summer.
Please consider bringing a special kid in your life along when you make your Row by Row travel plans either far away or right in your own hometown. More about the Row by Row Junior program here.