DOES THIS SOUND LIKE PARADISE?
QUILTOPIA!DESIGN FIJI QUILTING RETREAT…
A tropical island with swaying palm trees... a white sandy beach and aqua ocean lagoon, three delicious meals provided, and your room cleaned daily leaving plenty of time to have fun relaxing, swimming, and – best of all! - Indulging in your favourite hobby, patchwork and quilting.
Experience the exotic paradise that is Fiji while creating a beautiful tropical quilt designed and taught by Ann Ferguson. Your quilt will be a living souvenir to remind you of your taste of paradise during cold winter nights back home.
Quiltopia!Design is excited to announce that we are holding a Fiji Quilting Retreat in September 2009.
The retreat is still in the planning stages but now we need your expressions of interest so we can offer the very best quilt-related tropical getaway possible.
When: Sunday 20 September ‘09 – Sunday 27 September ‘09
Where: Plantation Island Resort located on Malolo Island Lailai, just a short launch ride from Nadi airport, Fiji.
What: Seven nights all-inclusive Tropical Quilting Retreat with a 5 day workshop with Ann.
*Alcohol and some resort activities not included.
How Much: Based on twin share, departing Brisbane,
Quilting participants- $3100
Non-quilting guests - $1970
Travel from destinations other than Brisbane can be calculated according to needs.
Families, friends and partners are welcome and encouraged to join us. Variations in requirements will be catered for especially for you.
Plantation Island Resort offers something for everyone – action packed adventure or a relaxing holiday while the children are being well entertained. It’s only a short trip back to Nadi and the main island if your family really want to leave Malolo and explore Viti Levu while you indulge your passion for sewing. All meals are provided.
Visit Tourism Fiji to see the resort and get some Fijian island inspiration.
Numbers are limited, so get in early. Contact us to register your expressions of interest at Quiltopia!Design website or phone 07 5429 6059
Keep up to date with the Retreat by visiting Ann’s blog.