Here is the list of vendors for WSQ's 2019 quilt show.
Adinkra Market & Designs, LLC
A-1 Quilting Machines, Inc
Alder Lake Quilt Company
APQS Northwest - The Mind's Eye
As The Crow Flies
Bear Paw Quilting & Bernina
Bear Paw Quilts
Bee Unique Designs
Boersma's Sewing Center, Inc.
Boyd-Walker Sewing Machine Co.
Carriage Country Quilts
Crazy Quilt Gals
Designs by JB
Flower Box Quilts
Gammill Northwest
Glenda The Good Witch
Glitz and Glamour
Grammy G' Treasures & Notions
Granny's Attic
Heartbeat Quilting
Home Grown Quilts
Hudson’s Holidays
Inland Northwest Machine Quilters Guild
Island Quilter
Julie Rinard Quilting
Just Sew Vintage
Karen's Crystals
Kelly Joye's Crafts
Leavenworth Quilt Company
Marbled Arts
Martelli Enterprises
Mountain Patchwork
Old Growth Art Quilt Design
Olympic Wool Works
One Sister LLC
Outlaw Creations
Quilt Gallery
Quilt Patch Lane
Quilted Posies
Quilters Coop
Quilters Corner, Etc.
Regal Fabrics and Gifts
Sew Organic Fabric
Sew Wonderful Dreams
SewBatik
Sewing Basket & Quilted Country Inn
Sew-into-Quilts & Sew-Fix-it
Shibori Dragon
Small Wonders
Smoky Bear Creek Retreats
Stitch
Sweet Creek Creations
The Quilted Trillium
The Quilting Bee
The Sojourn Collection
Trackside Quilting
Traveling Designs
Treehouse Studio
Click here for the complete list as PDF


Every year the quilt show has a theme. Are you interested in seeing the past themes? Click here for the list.

This Year's Show    


41st Annual Quilt Show "Joyful Journey"

QUILT SHOW REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!
Thank you to everyone who has entered a QUILT in the 2019 Quilt Show!

You may Click here to view your entered quilt information.
Click here for a PDF of the registration form should you need it to reference information.


Kathleen Woods is our "Featured Quilter" this year.
Here is her Quilting Bio.

I have been quilting since 1976 when I made my first quilt as a wedding present for my new husband. I had been thinking about quilts long before then and had a box of scraps under my bed for as long as I can remember. When I was about 12, I tried to teach myself to quilt from the book “The Standard Book of Quilt Making and Collecting” by Marguerite Ickes, but couldn’t quite figure out how to do it. I took my first quilting class in about 1978 where I learned to draft a pattern on graph paper, make templates out of card board, trace around them on fabric with a pencil, cut the pieces out with scissors, and sew the pieces together on the sewing machine. This project was a success and I was able to move on from there to make quilts for my children, my nieces and nephews, brothers and sisters, and anyone else I thought needed one. There was a lot of hand quilting in the early years but I soon moved on to machine quilting and have not looked back. I was a military spouse and moved a lot. I was privileged to enjoy quilting in many parts of the country, ending up in Spokane without realizing what a huge quilting community exists here. Since landing in Spokane, I have worked at two quilt shops, Log Cabin Dry Goods, and The Buggy Barn, learned to quilt on a longarm, and opened my own quilting business, Still Quilting. I am currently President of the WSQ- Spokane Chapter.

Here are several of the quilts Kathleen will have on display at the show!


Lion King
Midnight Silhouette

House Party







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