QuiltWeek | September 2018
Quilt Week Exhibits
Kaffe Fassett for FreeSpirit "I am an Artisan" Challenge
The Challenge was put forth to quilters asking them to interpret what the word "Artisan" means as a celebration of excellence. The resulting entries were juried by a panel of experts including Kaffe.
"Mandy" by Lola Jenkins
Color-play in Portraits by Lola Jenkins
CORNER GALLERY: Lola Jenkins has brought a unique vision through her incredible art quilts. Her quilts display the joy and freedom of pursuing her passion. Without any background in sewing, art, perspective, or drawing, she developed her passion. Through her courage and fearless approach in creating art quilts she has evolved to master-quilter status. Lola states, "I don't know the rules, so I couldn't break the rules of quilting."
Kansas City Star Quilts
Edie McGinnis’ collection of quilts made from Kansas City Star quilt patterns that ran in the newspaper from 1928–1961.
"Revolutions" by Carol Taylor
Color Outside the Lines
Selections from the museum’s collection highlighting the artistry and workmanship of today’s quilter.
"Two of Us" by Pat Holly and Sue Nickels
Selections from the museum's collections of over 600 full-size and miniature quilts will be exhibited in the center gallery.
Ann Hazelwood Book Signing
Friday 10AM - Noon
Author Ann Hazelwood will meet fans and sign copies of her books. Ann’s newest series is Wine Country Quilts. Her newest book, Lily Girl’s Christmas Quilt, is scheduled to be available during quilt show.
Don't Miss Out!
Silent Auction @ the Convention Center
The silent auction supports the Museum with donated quilts and supplies. Bidding and buy-it-now pricing on a variety of different lots.
|Wednesday, September 12||10AM - 3PM (bidding ends at 2:30)||Silent Auction|