2018 Quilt Show Vendors

Welcome to our 2018 Quilt Show Vendors.  Please support them at the show and throughout the year.  

 
 
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Vintage Moments -- for the Eclectic Collector

Owner Leah Weis - vintagemoments@charter.net

Visit Vintage Moments and you will find antique quilts, along with fabrics, beadwork, buttons, embellishments all from the 1890’s - 1950’s era. Sure to get your thoughts and planning going for your special memory quilts, quilts with family photos, and other period pieces.

 
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Quilter’s Woodworks

Owner - Joseph Mastro - quilterswoodworks@hotmail.com

Joseph is retiring! So this is your last chance to come and get some of his wonderful quilt racks, quilt display cases, thread racks, ironing cradles, oversized ironing board tops and more! Wish him well as he starts to enjoy those sunsets a bit more! Thanks Joseph for many years of your beautiful woodwork and commitment to the world of quilting.

 
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Sewing Escape

Visit Sewing Escape and you will find a plethora, yes a plethora, of quilting cottons including Moda, Windham, Art Gallery and Ink & Arrow. You won’t want to miss these beautiful fabrics.

 
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The Artful Loft

Owner Cindee Ferris - cindeequilts2@gmail.com

In the Artful Loft you will find a wide selection of precut fabrics in your favorite lengths, as well as patterns by Cindee, and a variety of sewing supplies. Cindee also offers longarm service and can provide you with custom quilting for your beautifully pieced top. Cindee is also our Guest Designer on our Runway Show this year at 12:15. Come and enjoy her specialized fabric manipulation techniques used in creating her costumes. You may find the Mad Hatter, or come across your favorite Pokemon character, before the Pirates make you walk the plank!

 
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Valley of the Mist Quilters Guild Boutique

Stop by and look for a special wall hanging, or a small to medium sized quilt for yourself or as a gift. Christmas is coming! You will also find table runners, hand woven scarfs, coil fabric baskets, decorative vests and much more. Everything is priced to sell, and helps to support the guild’s extensive Philanthropy program and the Quilt Show expenses.