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Fall Quilting Retreat

September 16-20, 2019


Continuing Professional Education

25 Possible CPE Hours
Art / Math
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A community of quilters join together in the Texas Hill Country!

Quilt your days away in a large workspace with instructor-led demonstrations covering new quilting and tool techniques. Unleash your creative spirit and join us for fellowship, worship, new friends, laughter and quilting fun! Quilters of all abilities are welcome at this fall quilting retreat!

Supplies you will need:

  • Sewing machine
  • Cutting tools
  • Fabric
  • Notions
  • Quilts you may be already working on
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Flashlight

Feel free to bring your own projects from home to complete during the course of this retreat, and  join us for quilting, relaxation and fun with fellow quilters at Mo-Ranch. Register now, space is limited! Questions? We’re happy to help! Please contact us at or 1.800.460.4401 ext. 246. Did you know we also offer a spring quilt retreat? Click here to learn more!

Rogene E. Ashford “Ronnie” from Tulsa, Okla. has created art since her early childhood. At age eight, she got into trouble for creating a very large mural in charcoal on the side of the freshly painted stucco garage! Ronnie also learned embroidery at an early age and remembers playing under the quilt frame while her mom, aunties and grandmother gathered together to catch up and stitch. After these early lessons, Ronnie had an increased interest in art, and she studied art throughout high school and college. 

Throughout her life, she has tried her hand at many art mediums; two mediums that have her heart are paint and thread. Ronnie is an award-winning quilter and is active in several local quilt guilds. She has taught quilting classes at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico for the past three years and is excited to lead this year’s fall quilting retreat at Mo! Ronnie has a small ministry of refurbishing older sewing machines and gifting them to ladies that would love a sewing machine, but cannot afford one. 

Ronnie currently works as a mental health therapist and adjunct professor at Southern Nazarene University. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends and chickens. In her spare time, she gardens, quilts, paints, reads, writes, runs and plays music. Her philosophy in life is “laugh loudly, live fully, love deeply and never ever go backward!”

Cost and Housing

All participants will be housed in hotel room lodging, and costs of four nights of lodging, meals, tuition and meeting spaces are all included with retreat pricing.

Single hotel room occupancy: $795 

Double hotel room occupancy: $560
Commuter rate: $350 (excludes housing at Mo-Ranch, includes tuition, lunch and dinner during the retreat)

We will provide ironing boards, irons and 2 large cutting mats.

Questions? We’re happy to help! Contact us at 1.800.460.4401 ext. 246 or

Registration/Cancellation Policy

A $75.00 deposit must accompany registration. The balance of all fees will be due 45 days prior to the start of the event, or upon registration if within 45 days full payment is required at the time of registration.

Full refund minus $75.00 administrative fee per person will be made if cancellation is received more than 30 days prior to the conference. There are generally no refunds for cancellations received on or after 30 days prior to the start of the event nor any applying of the deposit toward other charges or future deposits.


Scholarships are available! Click here to learn more.


Mo-Ranch is 90 miles one-way, or a 2-hour drive from the nearest airport (SAT), allow 3 hours travel/check-in time for departures. We recommend generally scheduling arriving flights before 3 p.m. and departing flights after 3 p.m. to be sure you do not miss any of your event.

If you are in need of shuttle service to Mo-Ranch, call Kars for Hire in Kerrville at (830) 890-8200 at least 15 days in advance to arrange transportation from San Antonio International Airport.

Directions to Mo.

What supplies and other items should I bring?

Suggested supplies are listed on the main conference overview page.

You may want to bring a Bible, notebook, flashlight, comfortable walking shoes, casual clothing, tennis equipment, swimsuit, water shoes, rain gear, camera, lidded cup or mug, sunscreen and insect repellent.

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