Haubstadt Quilt Show

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Today, I went to my first ever official quilt show, with my mom-in-law, Mary Kay.  It was actually pretty fun, although it was a bit strange for me to go to an event where everyone else was at least old enough to be my mother.  That either means that I need to find a different hobby, or that I’m just ahead of the curve.

Dresden Plate Block

Flower Patch Pattern Quilt

This year’s quilt show was pretty special, Quilt’s N Bloom, who hosts the show was able to get Lynne Hagmeier to be the featured speaker. Lynne is the author and designer of Kansas Troubles Books, Patterns and Fabrics which are featured and distributed by MODA Fabrics.

It was very interesting to learn how Lynne got started as a fabric designer and to see the progression of her quilt projects.

Raw Edge Applique

Raw Edge Applique

Another nice thing about the quilt show was getting to see all of the quilts on display by local quilters.

Star Quilt

Watercolor Style Piano Quilt

Jane A. Stickle Civil War era quilt


  1. Vivian on June 10, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    Another great show! It’s great when quilt designers come and do a trunk show. Thanks for sharing the link at Val’s!

    • Andrea on June 10, 2014 at 5:20 pm

      Yes, it was a lot of fun. There will be one next year with Pam Buda that I am looking forward to attending.

  2. Valerie Reynolds on June 11, 2014 at 12:39 pm

    A lot of inspiration here….and so many LARGE quilts! So glad you rejuvenated this post too!

    • Andrea on June 11, 2014 at 12:59 pm

      Yes, so many of the ladies that quilt around here make big bed quilts.

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