Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Row Row blog hop

This week marks the beginning of Island Batik's Row by Row blog hop.  Each Island Batik ambassador was sent one of the most recent fabric collections, arriving at fabric shops now, and was tasked with making a row by row quilt to highlight that collection.  The hop kicked off Monday.

I was sent the Citified Collection, designed by Kathy Engle for Sherry Shish of Powered by Quilting.  I will get to show you what I created next Monday, February 7th.  I'll give you a hint: I was inspired by the name of the collection!

Island Batik does a weekly giveaway during the hop so be sure to keep an eye on their blog for the newest giveaway.  They change each Friday.  Many of the ambassadors also have bonus giveaways, so be sure to look for those as you visit everyone!  Here is the full schedule:

January 31:

Jennifer Thomas, Curlicue Creations
Denise Looney, For the Love of Geese 

February 1:

Pamela Boatright, Pamela Quilts
Andi Stanfield, True Blue Quilts

February 2:

Megan Best, Bestquilter

February 3:

Maryellen McAuliffe, Mary Mack Made Mine
Brenda Alburl, Songbird Designs

February 7:

Emily Leachman, The Darling Dogwood
Leah Malasky, Quilted Delights

February 8:

Suzy Webster, Websterquilt
Connie Kauffman, Kauffman Designs

February 9:

Reed Johnson, Blue Bear Quilts

February 10:

Brianna Roberts, Sew Cute and Quirky
Sandra Starley, Textile Time Travels

February 14:

Michelle Roberts, Creative Blonde
Jane Hauprich, Stitch by Stitch Custom Quilting

February 15:

Claudia Porter, Create with Claudia

February 16:

Anorina Morris, Samelia’s Mum
Preeti Harris, Sew Preeti Quilts

February 17:

Elizabeth DeCroos, Epida Studio
Gail Renna, Quilt Haven Threads

February 21:

Gail Sheppard, Quilting Gail
Jennifer Fulton, Inquiring Quilter

February 22:

Mania Hatzioannidi, Mania for Quilts
Lisa Pickering, Lisa’s Quilting Passion


  1. Lots of fun fabric lines. It will be interesting to see all the different variations that result.

  2. My own city would have lots more water as it has several rivers, and therefore boats