KCRQF 2019 — Finalize Plans Now!

How are your plans coming for Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019?

We are looking forward to seeing everyone in June!  If you haven’t finalized your plans, now is the time!

Have a group or bus of friends coming to Festival?  Send an email to groups@kcrqf.com to make your visit easier!

Our first ever Preview Night will offer a chance to celebrate and enjoy a unique event!

  • Enjoy the tropical island sounds of Calypso Bluz
  • Appetizers and cash bar
  • Meet N Greet with our honored guests
  • Shopping time with our vendors
  • Viewing of the quilt show
  • First chance to bid and buy our Small Quilts

All of this to benefit our chosen organizations, The Sewing Labs and Once We Were Refugees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great seats are still available for both dates — “An Evening With Ricky Tims” — Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14.  Click Here to reserve your tickets!

Classes and trunk shows are still filling — some are sold out — but we still have many opportunities with fabulous instructors available!  Check out the entire list and descriptions on our website here: https://kcrqf.com/festival-info/instructors/

When you’ve made your decision, you can register here:  http://kcrqf.com/festival-info/festival-passes-events-classes/

Our Participating Guilds will all have their Opportunity Quilts on display with chances to win.  Tickets will also be sold for a chance to win the KCRQF Quilt — “Quilters Friendship Ribbons” — and the winner will be chosen on Saturday, June 15.  This original design pattern is available for preorder and at the show.  CLICK HERE to see all the Festival items available.

Guild Opportunity Quilts

One of the great things about attending the Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival is seeing all the opportunity quilts offered by our participating guilds.  You’ll have a chance to purchase a ticket (or more) from each guild to enter in their drawings.

Here are three you will see there:

Olathe Quilters Guild Opportunity Quilt  — features all KC Star newspaper blocks from the 1920’s – 1940’s that were redrawn.  The pattern is a guild original.

Starlight Quilters Guild Opportunity Quilt — Paper pieced in all batiks by the small group known as the Rowdy Rounders, and quilted by Peggy Skaith.

Blue Valley Quilters Guild Opportunity Quilt — This quilt is an original design constructed and pieced by Ibby Rollert, Sandi Magliacano and Lynn Droege.  It was quilted by Tia Curtis.  The quilt was entered in the 2017 Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival Showcase
Challenge using only the colors of the Festival.

Watch for these and other stunning quilts when you attend KCRQF 2019!