I was Guest writer today on Quilters Trek 4 Points!

click link below to read all four points…


Quilters Trek WEBSITE

Be sure to visit the QT website and learn all about the global shop hop experience happening this summer in 2020! New program and new surprises! https://rowbyrowexperience.com/quilters-trek/

Houston Festival 2019

BOOTH 1919

Come see us at market and/or at Festival at Booth 1919! See all 63 National Parks available now in our National ParkStamp™ line of printed cotton 6″x7″ panels. Also we have added more international destinations and locations.

We will be taking orders for new books that will be being released in January of 2020. For shop owners stop by and get custom charm stamp and custom pin cushions designed for your shop! We wan t partner with you to make custom quilts!


We’ve rowed and rowed. Our arms are tired. It’s time for something new!
That’s why I’m so excited to present Quilters Trek
A brand new color-guided shopping adventure starting in May of 2020. 
I’ll be sharing the fun details with you over the coming months.

That is right! Next summer you won’t be rowing you will be trekking! Sign up at www.rowbyrowexperience.com to get all the details.

I have designed HUNDREDS of collectable fabric tokens that will be given away in fabric kits all over the world! Maybe you will be lucky and get a “GOLDEN TOKEN!”


All 63 National Parks are now available from www.zebrapatterns.com.

Pictured all 63 National Parks from Zebra Patterns by Debra Gabel. Available in 6x7" and 18 x 28"

Look what Robin did!

What a beautiful way a customer used Zebra Patterns Block Around the World book. Robin shared with us her story –

“My daughter studied at Lawrence University in Appleton WI and graduated with a Russian Studies major degree. I wanted to create a memorable gift of her accomplishing this degree with a unique display she would treasure forever on her wall in a future office. 

I found the Zebra Patterns sold by CT publishing and new I had found the starting focal point of this project.  I started looking through the fabric of mine and friends to locate what I needed to create my chosen pattern. I even dug through my craft supplies and found lace and ribbon that I thought might accent the pattern for the Saint Basil Cathedral.

Once the Cathedral was complete by tower then I assembled all the towers next was to select the background fabric and started to gather the items that were memorable to my daughter college time to create a time capsule.  A friend of mine is skilled in the embroidery stitching that was required, we chose white thread for the embroidery to accent the Cathedral.

I attached each special item, pictures of professors, flute, 3D printed item from the Appleton Pub library as these were all special memories, skills, and people that all needed to be part of this gift.

I’m so happy with the outcome and knew it all started with the pattern I purchased from Zebra Pattern/CT Publishing. Thanks to you for starting me on the path of creativity.” 

Thank you Robin for sharing your story and your work with us.

We are HERE!

Staying in temp housing but we are here! …. in North Carolina near Wilmington and LOVING it!

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