Thank you QuiltCon Sponsors!

QuiltCon would not be possible without the support of our amazing sponsors. From all the feedback we’re getting, the show was a resounding success, and part of the fun was seeing our sponsor booths on the show floor. Thank you all! Can’t wait until next year in Pasadena.

Baby Lock 

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Baby Lock had their machines out to sample and purchase.


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At Bernina’s booth, people fueled their passion by trying out the latest and most popular Bernina machines.

 Handi Quilter

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Handi Quilter also had machines to test and buy — a great experience for our attendees!

 Michael Miller Fabrics

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Michael Miller Fabrics drew crowds with their bright quilts and temporary tattoos!

Moda Fabrics 

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At Moda’s booth, show-goers could play bean bag toss to win a cute Moda prize.

Robert Kaufman

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Robert Kaufman brought their Kona booth, complete with the fun “Test Your Kona IQ” challenge. What was your score?

 Stash Books

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Stash Books kept show-goers supplied with inspiration — their endless stacks of books and patterns were a hit!

Windham Fabrics 

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Windham Fabrics brought designers like Lotta Jansdotter to talk with show attendees at their colorful booth.

Thank you also to Platinum sponsors Coats & ClarkPanasonic and Purl Soho for their support!




5 thoughts on “Thank you QuiltCon Sponsors!

  1. I have been talking to all my quilting friends about the wonderful sponsors at QuiltCon and how different they are from other quilt shows…..So giving of ideas and support, free giveaways, fun games, great handouts. Many thanks for helping QuiltCon be the BEST quilt show.

  2. The demos and special events at the booths were so fabulous and the QuiltCon app was brilliant. Only problem is that I couldn’t be everywhere at once! Thank you Sponsors and organizers.

  3. Thanks for me as well. I got to meet the sponsors of my category and to say thank you in person. They were gracious and kind enough to pose for a few pictures. Can’t get any better than that!

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