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Rona The Ribbiter – a Travel Blog for Quilters!
Welcome to Rona the Ribbiter – a one of a kind one stop shop for Quilters who love to Travel! Everything from Quilt Shop Hops and Road trips to Quilt Tours and travelers that just want to be inspired by the world, we have you covered.
If you LOVE to travel (Like ME) and love to Quilt (also ME!), welcome to the tribe! Helping my fellow quilt travel enthusiasts with Travel Tips, Hidden Gems and more Quilty fun is what I live for.
How can I help YOU?
On this site I share:
- Personalized Quilt Shop Spotlights
- Tips for Planning your next adventure
- My favorite Travel bags, supplies, and quilt projects
- Peeks at the best inspirational Travel destinations
- Updates on various happenings all over the Traveling Quilting world
- And much, much more!
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced quilter. Whether you’ve been traveling for years or are just thinking about your first adventure, YOU have a place HERE amongst friends!
Join our merry band of Traveling Quilters and stay up to date on all my Quilting Adventures (and humorous mishaps). Each week you’ll receive special tips, tricks, coupons and much more! Sign up for my newsletter HERE.
Traveling Quilter Show!
Take a trip with me, your host, as I traverse the globe giving you inside looks into our vast quilting world! You’ll get front row seats to how a quilt show comes together, interviews with vendors, how a quilt pattern is born, where barn quilts come from and SEW MUCH MORE!
You can also expect a healthy dose of tips, tricks and shenanigans just for good measure. 😀
Click HERE to watch the show!
Hey there! I’m Rona, also known as Ribbit. At 6 months old I caught the travel bug with my first trip from Louisiana to Washington State and that bug is still going strong. In 2010 I finally learned to sew and began adding Quilt destinations to my adventures. So far, I’ve been to nearly every state in the U.S., 2 countries (and counting), Craft tours and Quilt shows of every size as both a vendor and a visitor. Every journey teaches me more about myself, our quilting community, and just how small the world really is. More about my story.