Advance online ticket sales and class registration for the 2017 Quilt Expo will begin Monday, July 10 at 9 a.m. CST. Admission tickets and registration for remaining class openings will be available on-site during Quilt Expo.
Admission ticket allows entrance to quilt exhibits, stage presentations and the vendor mall. Lecture, workshop and evening events require an additional fee.
SIT & SEW AND HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS
Join us in one or more of our interactive, three-hour machine workshops. Here’s a great opportunity to spend a few hours learning, practicing and mastering a new technique while creating an exclusive Quilt Expo project. Sewing machines provided by sponsoring sewing machine companies. Most workshops are $35 in advance or $37 at the door (plus kit/pattern fee).
Register for one or more of our hands-on workshops including hand quilting, surface design, beading, and quilt design. No sewing machines needed. Each hands-on workshop is $30 in advance or $32 at the door (plus kit/pattern fee).
WORKSHOP TOOLS LISTS
Quilt Expo 2016 featured the following two ticketed evening events:
Thursday 6 p.m.
Meg Cox presents
Making Meaning: Creative Ways Quilters Celebrate
Quilters have super-powers and they know how to use them! Coupling big hearts with serious skills, quilters know how to party and how to honor those they treasure. This fun presentation offers unforgettable examples, practical ideas and loads of inspiration. Drawing from 20 years of research on tradition, Meg Cox explores why this sort of meaning-making is so powerful. Learn historical accounts and striking examples from today’s quilters. Meg shares milestones from her own life using quilts and crafts. Please note, the evening events typically last 60-90 minutes.
Friday 6 p.m.
Melissa Bourbon presents
Discovering Creative Inspiration
What do murder mysteries and quilting have in common? Join national bestselling author Melissa Bourbon as she talks about weaving together her love of sewing and writing to create a bestselling cozy mystery series. Take a dollop of dressmaking, a murder (or two) and a dose of magic and you have “A Magical Dressmaking Mystery” series. Join Melissa as she talks about her writing and gives other examples of finding inspiration and bridging creative passions. Please note, the evening events typically last 60-90 minutes.