Vending for Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019 will be CutterPillar!
Maker of the CutterPillar Glow Mats, they can show you how this tool will make your quilting life easier!
Be sure to stop in their booth at Festival to learn about all their products.
Check out the CutterPillar website Here.
One of Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival’s sponsors — Quilters HQ in Overland Park, Kansas — has added an event of interest to all sewists!
We spend a lot of time agonizing over finding the perfect fabric for our projects but don’t give a lot of thought about the one item that holds everything together. Join Quilters HQ to find out why choosing the right thread is as important as your fabric selection.
Aurifil with Alex Veronelli — Go inside the manufacturing process for Aurifil thread to see how threads are made in the factory in Italy.
Sign up for this event on the Quilters HQ website Here.
Exciting things are happening at Sarah’s Fabrics in downtown Lawrence, Kansas! Besides getting ready to attend Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019 as one of our Silver Sponsors, they will be hosting Violet Craft in the shop in May.
Known for her tessellated animal patterns, Violet Craft has made a name for herself not only in the pattern industry but also in the fabric world! Her fabrics, distributed by Robert Kaufman, are colorful and playful, and always inspiring.
May 13 — Trunk Show with Violet Craft
May 14 — Foundation Paper Piecing Class with Violet Craft
Get full details on the website, www.sarahsfabrics.com
Sarah’s Fabrics is a full line fabric store, with not just quilting cotton, but a wide variety of other natural fabrics, suitable for clothing and decorating. Shop online and see what you might expect in Sarah’s booth at Festival, www.sarahsfabrics.com, and follow them on Facebook.
One thing you can be sure of in Lynn’s workshop — you will laugh! She loves to weave stories and humorous moments into her presentations. Here’s what she says about her pattern line Bloomin’ Minds — “I like to design patterns that are quick and easy to do and that amuse me. If others are amused as well, that’s a plus! The biggest reward is to see people smile and laugh at my designs.”
You can see all of Lynn’s patterns on her website, www.bloominminds.com.
In the Bloomin’ Minds Afternoon workshop, Lynn will provide you with a new design for KCRQF — using machine and/or hand techniques:
Lynn also loves to put fabrics together, and you will have a chance to shop her kitted patterns in the Bloomin’ Minds vendor booth at Festival.
Sign up for “Bloomin’ Minds Afternoon” workshop on Friday, June 14 from 3:00 to 7:00 pm here: http://kcrqf.com/festival-info/festival-passes-events-classes/
We welcome In the Doghouse Designs as a vendor for Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019!
Deb Johnson is the designer of patchwork and applique, t-shirt and baby quilts, wall hangings, table runners and tea towels.
You can see all the designs she will bring on her website, www.inthedoghousedesigns.com.
We look forward to seeing In the Doghouse Designs at Festival in June!
Are you in the market for a longarm quilting machine? Stop in the Gammill Midwest booth at Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival and see what they have to offer!
Gammill Midwest is located in Warrensburg, Missouri, and owned by Cindy and Larry Culbertson. It is the certified dealer for Gammill machines, accessories, repairs and more in the Midwest USA. Find out more on their website, www.gammillmidwest.com.
Two of our KCRQF 2019 Participating Guilds are working hard to bring hand crafted items to Festival for your shopping pleasure!
The Miami County Quilters’ Guild, Paola, Kansas, www.miamicountyquiltguild.com, describes what they will be offering in their boutique:
“Handmade gifts — for quilters, by quilters — project bags, show and share bags, puncushions — both practical and collectible, clocks, notion bags, organizers, journals, t-shirts and more!”
Kaw Valley Quilters Guild, Lawrence, Kansas, www.kawvalleyquiltersguild.org, is “excited to be a vendor at KCRQF 2019. Our members have been working like crazy to fill the tables with creative, useful and one-of-a-kind items. We have such a diverse group of artist members, and you should expect the unexpected!”
We appreciate having these two guilds participate as vendors, and hope you find shopping and visiting with them a pleasure!
Check it out — Trisch Price is offering two great workshops for Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival!
Recently, Trish donated a small quilt featuring a Kansas City landmark to the silent auction/sale being held during the Festival.
Her interpretation of the “Western Auto” sign was so popular, Trisch agreed to add it to the Festival class schedule. It is newly listed Here on the website — Friday, June 14 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm, and can be made either a 24″ or 36″ square.
Visit Trisch’s blog, www.hadleystreetquilts.com to see her piecing method of the “Western Auto” quilt in progress!
Trisch’s other class during Festival is “Fruit Stand” — featuring a variety of techniques — curved pieced clamshells, a little foundation piecing, a touch of applique.
“Fruit Stand” is offered on Thursday, June 13, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. You can see more about the construction of this quilt and some up close pictures on Trischs blog, www.hadleystreetquilts.com.
Click Here to sign up for these classes. Patterns for these two quilts will be available in Trisch and Jenifer’s booth at KCRQF, Everyday Stitches. .
One of our most enthusiastic vendors is Rachel with Thread Therapy from West Fork, Arkansas! She is excited to be coming to Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival for the first time, and meeting new friends!
Thread Therapy is an online shop featuring an eclectic mix of fabrics and quilting supplies. Rachel will bring the newest from her shop to Festival — see her website for what you can expect!
We met Rachel last year at the Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Show and were immediately impressed with her passion for quilting. We know you’ll enjoy visiting her booth in June!
You can also follow Thread Therapy on Facebook!
We are pleased to have Sue Heinz and Kismet Quilting returning to Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival!
Sue Heinz is the owner of Kismet Quilting LLC, and is the author of two Drawn to Mastery series workbooks, Fill Harmonics, a background design collection and Sue’s newest book, Elemental Designs. Teaching at guilds and national shows across the country, Sue has also been featured in national and international publications, as well as being a guest on quilting TV programs.
In addition, Kismet Quilting is supporting KCRQF as a Copper Sponsor and vendor.
Looking forward to sharing her techniques with students in June, Sue is offering these lecture/demo classes:
Caffeinated Design — Thursday, June 13, 8:00 – 12:00 noon
Fast & Fabulous Free-Motion Grid Designs — Friday, June 14, 8:00 – 10:00 am
You’ve Got a Friend Named Elmer — Friday, June 14, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
For more information about Sue and these lecture/demo classes, visit her page on our website here: https://kcrqf.com/festival-info/instructors/sue-heinz
To sign up for Sue’s classes, click here: http://kcrqf.com/festival-info/festival-passes-events-classes/