KCRQF 2019 — Workshops with Kelly Ashton!

The Kansas City area is blessed with knowledgeable, talented and generous quilting instructors — and we’re willing to share!

Kelly Ashton is one of those quilting professionals offering workshops at Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival.  She is extremely popular with regional guilds, and loves to travel to meet new friends and expand their quilting skills.

Kelly Ashton with “Painted Mountains” workshop quilt

If you “don’t do math” in quilting, Kelly will do it for you!  As the author of Hexagons, Diamonds, Triangles & More, she makes working with these shapes fun!

In addition to her workshops at Festival, you will be able to see Kelly in her booth, kellyquilter.com.

Start your Festival experience with Kelly’s workshop on Wednesday, June 12 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, “Painted Mountains.”

On Friday, June 14, you can spend the day with her creating her “Waterwheel: One Block Table Topper (or wall quilt).

Find all the information about these classes on the website here: https://kcrqf.com/festival-info/instructors/kelly-ashton-2/

Sign up here: http://kcrqf.com/festival-info/festival-passes-events-classes/

Kelly Ashton — KCRQF 2019 Instructor!

A local treasure — Kelly Ashton!  Kelly describes herself as a “pragmatic” quilter.  Her current obsession is designing and piecing blocks and quilts that require set-in seams (Y-seams) pieced by machine.  This resulted in the authoring of her book Hexagons, Diamonds, Triangles and More. 

In addition to quilty things, Kelly owns and operates The Creative Place, a retreat for quilters and other artists in Spring Hill, Kansas.

Watch for more information soon on the classes Kelly will be offering at KCRQF 2019.  Find out more about Kelly on her website, and follow her on Facebook.