KCRQF 2019 Vendor — Quiltricks!

Joining us in June for KCRQF 2019 from Cary, North Carolina, is Quiltricks — a pattern company featuring the exclusive designs of Karen Comstock.

Karen creates patterns and kits for a variety of projects, including quilts, bags, block of the month and Quiltlet Trios.

Find out more about Quiltricks on their website, and follow them on Facebook.

Under The Hill Woodworking — KCRQF 2019 Vendor

Quilters LOVE tools and gadgets — and gifts — so be sure and check out the beautiful hand turned items from Under the Hill Woodworking of Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

Creations for quilting and sewing enthusiasts include seam rippers and a chain piecing cutter.

You can view all his products on the website, where you can see a video of how to use the chain piecing cutter Here.  Follow Under the Hill on Facebook to learn more.

KCRQF 2019 Vendor — Hancy Creations/Full Line Stencil

We’re pleased to have Hancy Creations, Full Line Stencils, joining us as a vendor and basic sponsor for next June!  Their extensive line of products will show you how marking your quilts can get a whole lot easier.

If you can’t wait until next June, visit their website to check out their stencils, Pounce Pad, and other products, and enjoy viewing a video with Bernie  You can also follow their page on Facebook.

Project Lydia — KCRQF 2019 Vendor!

On this International Day of the Girl, we are pleased to announce that Project Lydia will be bringing it’s products to KCRQF 2019.

Shoppers can choose from beaded jewelry made from recycled paper, African batik handbags, Nawansega baskets and more.  All items are one of a kind; handcrafted by the ladies of the remote villages of Eastern Uganda.  Project Lydia addresses a critical need of many women around the world.  Many women have been transformed through Project Lydia as they gain resources to purchase seed for their gardens, send their children to school, purchase medical care and improve their housing.

You can see featured items on the website, www.projectlydia.org and follow them on Facebook.


Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019 — Vendors!

We’ve been updating you about vendors — and will continue to feature them.  In the meantime, you can check the website for a current listing Here.

While we were at the Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Show in Springfield last week, we met some of the vendors that will be coming to the Festival in June.

Rachel of Thread Therapy won us over with her enthusiasm!  She is looking forward to meeting new friends next year.

Laura Murray talked to us about her beautiful designs using paint sticks.  She has participated in the two previous Festivals and agreed to teach again!

Doris Deutmeyer, Fabrications by Doris, will also be a returning vendor with new patterns to share.  Her class for fusible applique will sell out early if the response of our friends is any indication!

We’ll share more with your later about our fabulous vendors!

KCRQF 2019 Silver Sponsor — Innova and Hunter Heirloom Quilting

We are pleased to announce that Innova and Hunter Heirloom Quilting will be joining KCRQF 2019 as a Silver Sponsor!

The INNOVA® Longarm Quilting Machine is manufactured by ABM International, a four-generation family owned and operated business near Houston, Texas, has been engineered to meet the most discerning quilter’s needs. Based on a long-term commitment to excellence, ABM International has offered a full array of high quality quilting machinery since 1947.

Local dealer for Innova, Hunter Heirloom Quilting, is a full-line quilt shop located in Centerview, Missouri.  Their open and light store welcomes quilters looking for the newest in fabrics, patterns, notions and more!  You will be able to test-drive an Innova quilting machine and shop for something new in their booth at Festival!

Find out more about Innova on their website – more about Hunter Heirloom on the dealer section, and follow Hunter Heirloom on their Facebook page!