KCRQF 2019 — Classes with Sue Heinz of Kismet Quilting!

We are pleased to have Sue Heinz and Kismet Quilting returning to Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival!

Sue Heinz

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/

Returning Instructor for KCRQF 2019 — Sue Heinz!

We are pleased to announce that Sue Heinz of Kismet Quilting will be returning for KCRQF 2019!

Sue’s passion is teaching and she brings to each of her classes a Fine Arts and Education background, over 25+ years of quilting experience, a sense of humor, design expertise and a commitment to help each of her students reach new levels of quilting excellence. She has authored four books, each brimming with fresh design ideas for free-motion quilting and has also invented several innovative marking tools and rulers – all to delight, intrigue and inspire. 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. For more information about Sue, her classes, books and tools, and to see samples of her work, visit www.SueHeinz.com.  You can also follow her on Facebook.