Last weekend, the Overland Park Convention Center was packed with quilters for the Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival. The parking lot was overflowing and it was wall to wall people inside. I stopped in for a quick peek at the Festival - and I mean quick, 30 minutes was all I had to spend! I ran into a bunch of guild friends and saw some beautiful quilts. I wish I could have spent some time, shopped some booths, taken a class or two. It looks like it was a huge success!
Here's one of Jenifer's quilts, it's called Come On Get Happy. And it won 2nd place!
This beauty by Stephanie Dodson of Summerwind Studio is from a bee I belonged to, once upon a time!
I found one of my blocks, in the center with the dots :) The quilting she did is gorgeous too.
And another churn dash by my friend Nikki - ahh Hope Valley. Such a pretty line that I wish I would have bought. And I like that she made the setting triangles from another DS plaid. And that she didn't make every block a churn dash. It's a great way to use a layer cake and show off a fabric line, isn't it? I may copy her quilt very soon :)
That's just a quick glimpse into the KCRQF 2015. Glad it was such a good turnout for everyone involved! Hopefully they'll do it again next year.