QuiltCon East in Savannah, GA
Presented by The Modern Quilt Guild
Feb. 23-36, 2017
- 5 new designs
- New techniques
- We will be making an Orange Blossom Quilt at the show. Every day we will make blocks and lay them on our design wall.
- We will have a Windsock Coloring Station with pre-cut flag fabric to design your own windsock kit.
This local quilt show is a delight and always fun to participate in. Folsom Quilt Guild makes this very special with an upbeat attitude and catered food, door prizes, raffle baskets, and a very impressive quilt and fiber show. Folsom is near Sacramento, CA.
The inaugural Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival will take place June 19–21, 2015.
Mark your calendars and make your reservations to experience a truly collaborative event, brought to you by numerous quilt guilds in the Kansas City metropolitan and outlying areas.
PlumEasy Patterns is planning to attend as vendors because we want to get to know customers in this part of the USA. There are approx. 20 guilds participating and we were excited to see that type of collaboration.
Since 1979, International Quilt Market has been the show forretailers to find quilting supplies, fabrics, decorative crafts, textile art, and needlecraft materials. Market features more than 1,000 booths, and the show sells creativity as much as it sells product. Market also features dozens of business seminars and Take &Teach classes. Plus, it’s a wonderful opportunity for business networking with shop owners,retailers, distributors, and a who’s who in the quilt and textile industries from all over the world!
Note: Quilt Market is a trade show only and is not open to the general public.
This is a three-day weekend event includes instructional classes, guest speakers, demonstrations, previews of upcoming Quilt Market fabric line introductions, numerous reduced price specials, as well as food, entertainment and much more.
This year's guest speaker features Mark Linpinski who a renown international quilt teacher, designer, creator and so much more! For more information about Linpinski and his work you can visit http://www.marklipinski.com/.
Note: Wholesale show only and not open to the general public.
This biennial show is much anticipated after a cold dreary winter. Spring is just about to pop in the Central Valley of California by end of January as almond trees begin flowering by the 4th week! Whether it rains, is foggy or it's sunny, this show is a must attend event for anyone within a couple hundred miles.
The show has many exhibits with a strong fiber arts and wearables focus. Talent abounds from their guild with award winning quilters and mega gifted sewers who choose to remain anonymous and not compete.
There are a wide variety of vendors. The show is held at a beautiful convention center downtown Modesto with all the extras a big venue offers, including being in the downtown area with many types of restaurants.
They will have a free demonstration and lecture stage that is always great to learn some new things but to also take a break. The Guild will have special exhibits and challenges on display.
Being from Modesto, and a member of the Country Crossroads Quilters Guild, this show is dear to my heart. I have been on the quilt show committee for many years, this being my first year I am unable to help. At this very show in 2011 was where we first tested out selling the Easy Folded Star Hot Pad pattern. We will be there in January, and be part of the love fest called a quilt show. It's truly a love fest: love of fellow quilters, of the art of quilting, and of sharing that love with the community.
This is a lovely quilt show in California's central coast area. It is held at the famous Madonna Inn. We are vendors and are excited to be returning for our second year.
The quilt guilds on the central coast got together and developed this show, bringing together as many as seven guilds. It is a delight to be returning.
Hours are 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, and 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sunday