After dealing with a few issues with technology (thank you, Google) the Row by Row Experience 2019 map is finally here. So many of you contacted us asking “Where is it, where is it?”. We are sorry it took so long to get it going, but happy that you care. Thanks for hanging in there with us.
 
Although the map is up and working well, we have one more thing to add to it… the row photos! That’s right – we will be adding the photos to each shop on the map. This will make it even better to use as you travel.
 
Here is the link to the map. Be sure to follow the directions, zoom in to see shops that are close together and click on the little arrow to get directions to any shop from wherever you are.

Remember – you can find and print lists of shops and rows when visiting the shop finder.

Be patient when downloading picture lists, it may take a minute depending on your computer and internet connection.
 
And then go rowing! The shops have created some wonderful rows and displays this year.

Yankee Dutch Quilting and Dry Goods in Brownsville, Oregon
is using an antique wood cook stove in their display.

The folks at Blue Bar Quilts in Middleton, Wisconsin borrowed a gas grill from the neighborhood Ace Hardware to add some fun to the RxR display.

Have you seen the big Row by Row stickers yet? They are inside and outside of shops everywhere! Be sure to take a shoe selfie to post when you see one.

You can find this one at Bluebird Quilts in Grand Terrace, California.

Don’t forget… you can win a prize if you are the first person to turn in a quilt at a participating shop. Read all the details here.

Tina won at Daydreams Quilt N Sew in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Rowena was the winner at The Broken Needle in Bunn, North Carolina

Join the fun and get rowing like these gals
in The Wooden Spool Boutique in Odessa, Texas.

Janet Lutz is the owner of Row by Row Experience and Calico Gals quilt shop in Syracuse, New York. She is passionate about creative business, entrepreneurship and making stuff!

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