We welcome Sew Yeah Quilting as a vendor for Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019!
Sew Yeah Quilting is owned by two brothers, Brody and Teancum. They will be traveling from Las Vegas to join us in June.
You can check out their products — fabric, precuts, patterns and kits — on their website, www.sewyeahquilting.com. Follow them on Facebook, and check out their YouTube channel where they use products from their store.
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!
Vending at Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival 2019 will be Everyday Stitches.
Everyday Stitches is a collection of quality patterns designed by Trisch Price and Jenifer Dick for sewing enthusiasts — including quilts, bags and more!
Trisch is also one of the Festival instructors with new designs — her class for “Fruit Stand” is on Thursday, June 13 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and her class for “Deck the Haul” is on Friday, June 14 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.
Jenifer is presenting a trunk show with co-author Angela Walters showing quilts from their book Nine Patch Revolution on Thursday, June 13 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
You can find more information on these and sign up here: http://kcrqf.com/festival-info/festival-passes-events-classes/
Learn more about Everyday Stitches and their patterns on their website, www.everydaystitches.com and follow them on Facebook.
We’re excited to begin announcing our teaching faculty for KCRQF 2019 — beginning with Dawn Heese.
Dawn has been stitching all her life and loves seeing someone leave her class excited about learning a new skill. At Festival 2019, she will teach classes in wool applique, needleturn applique and punchneedle. She will also present her popular trunk show and program on “Working with Wool”.
Dawn publishes patterns under Linen Closet Designs, and she introduces new designs twice a year during quilt market. She authored six books with Kansas City Star Quilts, and her seventh book, From the Linen Closet, was published last year by Quiltmania. Her work is also featured regularly in Primitive Quilts & Projects and Simply Vintage.
To see all of Dawn’s work, visit her website, and follow her on Facebook.