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.
Catch the highlights from the 2020 edition of the Road to California Quilters’ Conference & Showcase which ran last week and celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The torrential rains that washed out roads and closed schools in Nashville, TN could not dampen the enthusiasm of visitors to QuiltCon 2019 at the Music City Center from February 21 – 24. Arriving at the airport, you could already pick up on the excitement, as friends met up for their weekend of fiber fun. Even strangers could recognize fellow quilters among the crush of travelers. Tina Curran was there and brings us this report.
The Road to California Quilters’ Conference and Showcase, or “Road” for short, opened on Thursday, January 24th, at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA. The building was crowded with thousands of enthusiastic quilters and festooned with quilts, turning it into a sea of color and inspiration.
One of the largest quilt shows in New England is the World Quilt New England show in Manchester NH put on by Mancuso Show Management. I’m fortunate to live just a half hour or so away from where the show is so I always make it a point to put it on my calendar. This year’s show took place August 16-18.
On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast we’re talking about creating a quilt show with my guest, Matt Reese. Matt is the owner of Road to California, the premier consumer quilt show west of the Rocky Mountains. Road to California features over 1,000 antique, traditional, art, and modern quilts and awards over $92,000 in […]