Quilt Show Vendors Will Tempt Your Quilting Heart

 

GAAQG’s quilt show has more than quilts! It also features 19 vendors with a shop hop’s variety of choices – without any added travel time! Along with all the beautiful quilt entries, our Quilt Show features a variety of vendors (this link has direct links to vendors) who will tempt your quilting heart.

Returning to the GAAQG quilt show vendors…

Giving Hope and Nurturing Abroad, a Michigan non-profit which sells African printed cloth, jewelry and baskets. The proceeds from these sales fund a variety charitable projects including job skill training and community improvements in Ghana.

The Quilting Season, a Saline quilt shop which sponsors many local charitable projects including collecting thousands of pillowcases for children, has fabric, quilt kits, and quilting notions to inspire quilters.

Ann Arbor Sewing Center is a popular shopping destination for many guild members. At the show they will have a wide selection of fabrics including quality batiks.

Lucy In the Sky Quilts, Kalamazoo, will feature gorgeous fabrics and a selection of quilt patterns.

Stipples, East Lansing, will have an array of hand dyed solid fabrics. Admirers of owner Wendy Paskus’s quilts wanted to purchase the fabrics she used, which led to the start selling her hand dyes.

GAAQG Member Vendors…

Mary Hogan Fiberarts will have copies of her newly released book “Log Cabin Improvs” and she  will give quilting demos of some of her techniques.

 

Quilt Things, Livonia, Wanda Nash will sell batiks and other fabrics from bolts at our show.

 

Quilter’s Get-Away and Sweet Treats

 

Four Seasons Scrap-Inn, Emmett, offers all the amenities and terrific meals for a quilter’s retreat. It’s the perfect place for uninterrupted time to work on your latest project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little Pumpkins Kitchen will fulfill your sugar fix with gorgeous, frosted sugar cookies, cake pops, truffles, and a new treat they have added to their selection.

There are several new GAAQG quilt show vendors displaying their wares. Some have brick and mortar shops that are not local to Ann Arbor, others are online vendors and sell in-person at quilt shows.

Flamingo Mosingo Fabric Co. has fabrics including a selection from Moda, Heather Ross, and Ruby Star.

 

 

Mo’s Needle & Thread, Portland, offers a wide selection of fabric, quilting notions, needlework, and wool applique supplies. They also do needlework framing at their shop.

The Quilted Turtle’s owner Deborah Richmond has researched quilting tools on the market and offers the best at her on-line shop and at quilt shows.

Lake Erie Mercantile, has beautiful batiks, Alison Glass fabrics, and patterns including some perfect for stashing all the supplies quilter’s take to classes.

Your Sewing Friend has patterns for quilts and sewing storage designed by owner Teresa Weaver. The on-line shop has links to project videos posted by Teresa.

Fireside Quilts & Quilting with Nancy, booth partners at the show have a wide variety of fabrics, quilting notions, and patterns. Links to how to quilt videos by Nancy are on the Fireside website.

Fabric Lock is a new quilter’s tool to stabilize fabrics for cutting and precision piecing.

Motherland Fabrics is offering high quality African fabrics in precuts and by the yard.

Front Porch Fabrics, Troy, will feature fabric and patterns. They offer a variety of quilting events at their shop.

 

 

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