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2019 Quilt Show Chair - Erika Anderson

Pictures from the Quilt Show coming SOON!


2019 Quilt Show Vendors

A 1 Quilting Machines - 

Kim Stotsenberg is a representative with A-1 Longarms that she will demonstrating at the show. Contact Kim if interested in program upgrades or the Bulter Robotic system that can be added to most any longarm machine. Also available are a few accessories such as needles and bobbins.


Barn Quilt Designs

Vickie paints single quilt squares using exterior house paint onto MDO plywood which has been sanded, caulked, and primed to withstand the weather. This art is meant to be displayed outdoors. Barn quilting gained popularity first in agricultural areas in the late 1990s, combining the American traditions of barn building and quilting to form this new folk art. She welcomes custom requests for designs and sizes to fit individual tastes.


Creative Threadplay -

Creative Threadplay will have a variety of products and patterns available in their booth. Patterns for table runners, bags, totes, quilts and sewing machine covers. Stop by and say Hello!


Dancing Dahlia Designs -

Dancing Dahlia Design is known for its upcycled jewelry and accessories made
from game-pieces and other repurposed items like postage stamps, bottlecaps,
guitar picks, yard ticks and used gift cards to make beautiful and sometimes
quirky hand crafted resin-coated necklaces, earrings and keyrings. You will be
amazed at the variety there is to choose from


Heavenly Quilts & Fabric Redeemed

Maggie and crew will be bringing fabric, fabric, and more fabric!
The selection will include batiks, flannels, cottons, and tone on tones.
Patterns, panels, and kits will also be available.


Innovative Stitches

More the Merrier Designs -

Home of original designs for pictorial quilts using applique and embroidery techniques. Enhance your project with crayons and embellishment. Both patterns and kits are available for sale.


Nancy’s Rescued Wool

Nancy is offering 5 inch squares of wool, Grab bags, sorted by color, A bin of “crumbs” for people to paw through and fill a quart bag, Precut bags: flowers, circles and stems and leaves, all sorted in bags.

Crushed walnuts (about 1 cup in a bag), Pin cushion kits, A variety of patterns for wool applique, and Grab bags of vintage buttons.


Quality Sewing & Vacuum

Quality Sew & Vac will be displaying the following machines in their booth: Baby lock long arm with Robotics, New Janome M7, Bernina Tula Pink 770 with Embroidery module, Brother XP1, Pfaff Passport 3.0, Baby Lock Jubilant, Baby Lock Soprano. You may just need one of these new machines! Also available will be a variety of Notions and AccuQuilt.
And they will be giving away a Go Baby Go Cutter!

The sewing community is at the heart of our business which is why we offer a wide range of classes for sewing, quilting, embroidery, garment construction, home decor & more. We are dedicated to creating an inspiring environment for makers, offering exceptional customer service, and providing a community space for creative people because we believe that sewing is for everyone!
Not only can we help you create we also have the largest service and repair center in the country. Which means we can get your machine serviced correctly and quickly every time. Sewing brands we offer Brother, Baby Lock, Bernina, Handi Quilter, Janome, Juki, Pfaff, Singer & Viking.
Visit us today and discover the Quality Sewing & Vacuum difference!


Quilting Lessons

Authors Ellen Curtis and Karen Gibson will have their book Quilting Lessons available to purchase.
A collection of 30 meditations inspired by quilt patterns, stitches together classic quilt names with timeless applications of spiritual truth, a story related to a quilt block, a Bible verse, and a prayer.


Sister’s Quilt Shop

South Puget Sound Longarm Quilters

The South Puget Sound Longarm Group will have samples of quilting, batting types and comparisons, and quilted pieces with different types and weights of thread will be available to see and touch.  A list of contact information for local longarm professionals will be available as well as hand-outs that include how to pick the right batting for a project, how to piece a backer, what questions to ask your longarmer, and industry-standard measurements for the quilt top, batting, and backer to be taken for quilting. Please stop by with your questions and to pick up some very useful information. See you at the show----look for our banner!


Tenino Stone Carvers

Ed Salerno, is a stone carver from Tenino, WA. He will be offering small carved stone items such as candle holders, bookends, signs, and some larger outdoor garden stones. AND some specially designed items just for quilters!


Food Vendor

Sirius Wood Fire Pizza food truck

Not only will we have Sirius Pizza as a food truck vendor for a yummy pizza and salad lunch, but we will also have Bean Water as our coffee and muffin vendor in the mornings starting at 8:30 am!  Our food vendors give you the opportunity to have a bite or two when at the show volunteering without the need to leave. Invite a friend for coffee and/or lunch and then view the Quilt Show! Thank you for supporting these food vendors! 

A QUILTER’S JOURNEY – A Journey of Healing

Many years ago, I belonged to a quilt guild in Germany made up of military spouses and a few local German quilters. A very close friend of mine in that group, who later served a year as guild president, developed cervical cancer. Over the years of her long journey of treatment including a move back to the United States, many of us also scattered across the United States as we were restationed. But we all remained close, and we shared one person in our hearts who we cared for deeply. We felt compelled to do something (as quilters do). 

Nashville, TN was the place! We gathered for the quilt show, and stayed at the same hotel. Before we arrived, we made personal blocks that had our appliqued hand print outline, which we embellished to show our love and caring for this individual. Then, during the shows down time, we sat together in the lobby of the hotel and stitched them all together, sandwiched the top and bottom, quilted, and bound that quilt. What a special time!

A few of us were able to then meet up in Mississippi, and drive to Florida to hand deliver that quilt to our dear friend. 

To me, this story was a journey of healing. It’s one small journey that involved many people coming together and healing through our craft and sharing of our hearts.

What quilt can you share that tells a story or journey? Do you have a quilt that commemorates a cross country journey? Do you have a quilt that reflects one person’s life journey, maybe with photos or mementos?
Do you still have your very first quilt? How has your journey of skill building, and experience changed your impression of what you thought quilting would mean to you in your lifetime?

Be thinking of quilts for the show you’d like to hang that would illustrate your quilter’s journey, whether it’s a journey of healing, a journey of someone’s life, or just a journey through learning a new skill.

If you’d like to share, I'd like to begin collecting stories to publish on the web-site. We’ll be creating a space dedicated to the show where we’ll be posting updates, calls for volunteers, important dates, and special stories of members’ journeys in quilting.

Please send your story to me (include a picture if you’d like), Erika Anderson. Put “A Quilter’s Journey” in the subject line of your email, and we’ll post them on the web-site as we get closer and closer to what promises to be a terrific quilt show.

See above for the list of volunteers needed for tasks that to be done in the next year, including creating some small quilts for our raffle quilts activity. If you already know you’d like to help, please let me know!! 

I’m so happy to be meeting everyone and working on this show.