This will conclude our showing of quilts from Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019. As we continue to plan for 2021, we will share more information about the upcoming show and our vendors and sponsors. Thanks for following along with us!
“Witches of Salem Quilt Guild” — This seasonally appealing quilt was created by Kathy Scott of Louisburg, Kansas. The pattern is by Crabapple Hill, and was beautifully quilted by Verna Garrett. Kathy says: “I wanted to try a new to me technique. There were two witch patterns put out by Crabapple Hill. I combined the two quilts into one and changed the border design.”
“Serenity Garden” is an original design by Geri Harlow of Louisburg, Kansas, and was quilted by Beth Dawson. The size is 87″ x 91″. Geri says: “I love dresden plates. They look like flowers. So I decided to put them in a garden with birds and butterflies. This is in honor of my sister, Charlotte.”
“Labor Intensive” is by Kathy Havelka of Louisburg, Kansas. The quilt is 72″ x 90″ and the pattern is Among Friends by Primitive Gatherings. Kathy’s story is: “This quilt began as a summer block of the week in 2016. It took me two years to make and was so much work! The pattern name is Among Friends — I call mine Labor Intensive. It has over 1,000 different fabrics and almost 9,000 pieces.”