Quilt Market for the fall of 2021 was planned to be an in-person trade show, but organizers announced tonight that the show has been postponed.
The International Sewing Arts Festival is an all-new event geared directly towards the garment and home décor sewist and put on by the owners of the popular quilt show, Road to California.
The premier trade show for the crafts industry, h+h, is coming to North America. We’re proud to be the strategic partner to produce this new show.
As more states lift restrictions on in-person gatherings, craft fairs and trade shows are coming back. We talk with attendees and organizers about what they’re anticipating.
The stories behind what we make as crafters provide a richness that imbues our handwork with meaning. Capturing and preserving those stories for quilts is the mission of the Quilt Alliance, and is a goal of their upcoming virtual event, Quilters Take a Moment.
Craft trends, pandemic pivoting, and creating a more diverse industry were among more than 25 seminars and discussions at the Creativation+ Featuring Art Materials World’s first virtual trade show.
The Modern Quilt Guild pivoted many months ago, making the decision to hold QuiltCon online. Taking place last weekend, 7,000 people registered for QuiltCon Together and it was a highly successful virtual event. Meg Cox brings us this report.
In this podcast interview, Tricia Brancolini-Foley, the Executive Director of Handmade Arcade in Pittsburgh, talks about the evolution of that indie craft show including becoming a non-profit, working with the Pittsburgh arts community, and pivoting to a virtual show during COVID.
International Quilt Association, Host of World of Beauty Show at Quilt Festival in Houston, to Shut Down
The International Quilt Association, the non-profit that runs the World of Beauty quilt show at International Quilt Festival in Houston each November, announced today that it will be closing down due to low membership numbers and the impact of COVID-19.
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When TNNA closed down in April some shop owners were unsure whether Local Yarn Store Day would continue, but the good news is this beloved event will keep going, drawing customers into local yarn stores.
The Bead&Button Show and Magazine will close down permanently says owner Kalmbach Media. Declining attendance at the show, plus ad and sponsorship revenue, and the pandemic led to the decision.
When COVID-19 hit scrapbooking event organizers had to regroup, canceling the events they had planned and figuring out new models to reach their customers virtually.
Concerns about COVID-19 have caused craft industry event organizers to cancel shows throughout the spring and summer. Now, show cancelations are also being announced for the fall and winter season including Rhinebeck and the AQS shows.
Benjamin Levisay, CEO of XRX, announced today that the company will be putting on a trade show for the yarn industry in May 2021, stepping to fill the void left by TNNA.
QuiltCon will be a virtual event in 2021 called QuiltCon Together due to concerns about hosting a large international event with COVID-19.
The handmade wholesale marketplace IndieMe will be hosting a virtual trade show June 3-9 so retailers can restock for summer and fall after COVID-19 closures.
With in-person craft fairs across the country facing cancellations, Renegade Craft offers a new online-only Virtual Fair.
When the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival announced it would be an online event this year, Shannon Okey of Cooperative Press decided to rerelease a book from the backlist, Doomsday Knits, and to her surprise sales took off.
Quilts, Inc. announced today that they’ve secured a funder and will be issuing full refunds to all vendors for the cancelled Spring Quilt Market show.