QUILTAPALOOZA 2020 - April 17 and 18, 2020
Living Streams Church at 7000 N Central Avenue
(Northwest corner of Central and Glendale)
Make sure you join the Churn Dash Challenge. See the Challenges page for details
Are you getting ready to show off your quilting projects? In order to make this show a success, we need everyone's participation. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or an experienced quilter. All quilts are welcome.
We are busy planning our Quiltapalooza 2020 show. Our show is every 2 years. As we get closer we will provide more information here. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, ideas and to sign up to volunteer.
Until then, check out pictures from our past shows.
The 2020 Quiltapalooza Challenge is "Churn Dash Challenge."
The size will be no larger than 100 inches around and include one churn dash block.
EASY. Your imagination is your winning ticket, or should I say ribbon. Anything goes as long as you include a
churn dash block on the front and the size is no larger than 100 inches circumference.
Vintage kitchen linens, tablecloths, and dish towels and patterns on how to use them in quilting. I search antique stores, thrift shops and estate sales for vintage kitchen linens and never know what treasures I may discover. Stop by to see my latest finds and let's talk vintage.
Swan Amity Studios is a quirky quilting company offering whimsical applique, pieced, and paper pieced patterns as well as notions and kits to make quilting exciting and fun for all ages. Try on a pair of our quilting gloves when you visit us and quilt happy. www.SwanAmity.com
Award winning local textile artist Mimi Damrauer is selling her personal stash! Fabrics include: African Mud Cloths, Saris, $25 Scrap Baggies, and her sister, Marcia Derse’s featured panel textiles from her fabric collections with Wyndham. Mimi’s Threadsee line of hand-dyed Perle Cotton decorative threads come in 200 colors. Many kits will be available including Mimi’s “Drunk Circle” Artwork Kits. You can also book Mimi for classes and lectures.
On Williams Street started 7 years ago when sisters, Missy and Kimie, decided it was time to live their dream designing modern quilt patterns.
They learned to sew from their mom, beginning with clothes but quickly changing to quilting in their early 20's. They have tried it all and really spent time exploring different techniques and styles to determine what they love. The more quilting they did, the more they realized they were designing all their own quilts and talked about going into business together. That dream became a reality and now they spend all their free time dreaming, designing, and talking about quilting!
Kimie and Missy design modern quilts using techniques that are easily replicable. They love to play with color, scale, and negative space to get just the right look. They look for inspiration everywhere and love sharing their passion and designs with the quilting community.
Donna’s Quilt Shop is a hidden gem. Lots of fabric precuts, panels and more. Will have bolts, one yard cuts and fat quarters. Also I will be bringing great quilt carts. That my customers have been going crazy for.