Want to become a vendor at our upcoming 2019 quilt show? Contact Piece and Plenty Quilt Guild.
We love all our vendors!
Below we have them in alphabetical order. Have something to add or change about your description? Please contact Theresa.
Classy Quilting by Barbara: She’ll be selling quilted items as well as some quilting accessories, such as acrylic ruler holders and quilt wall hangers (made with fine quality oak). They will be bringing about 250 bolts of fabric and they will be priced at 50% or more off regularly priced fabric.
Barbara is located in Cherokee Village, Arkansas you can find contact her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check her out on facebook.
Deborah’s Quilts: Deborah Rubles is from Lebanon Missouri. She recently published the book Quilters’ Cutting Guide. She has developed a sliding ruler method designed to give you an “Aha Moment” that will have you wondering why you never cut this way before! The book offers easy to follow charts and instructions for rotary cutting. It will help you to cut multiples of strips, squares and rectangles more confidently, efficiently and effectively, and FAST.
Delve MIY: Delve MIY is a wholesale showroom for Frond fabrics, as well as a retail experience adding antiques and upcycled items for decorating. Their classroom in back completes the whole Make It Yourself experience!
Devine Quilts, Fabrics & Hobby: Is located at 33 N. Clark St., Sullivan Mo 63080. Phone number: 573-468-2242.
Donna Olsen & Brenda Barnhart: These two guild members will have their own vendor booth at this year’s show. Both ladies have been working hard to bring you home made items that would make great gifts (for someone special, or maybe just for yourself!)
Handmade by Jane and Bo: Jane and Bo will be coming in from Willow Springs, MO for our show. They will have some handwoven wool rugs, handwoven cotton kitchen towels, a few handwoven items like pin cushions and bookmarks, and some hand knitted things like socks and cowls. Bo Moore also will have a few hand knitted items along with her hand-dyed silk scarves and handwoven clothing. Both Jane and Bo have been involved in fiber arts for years and belong to an active weaving group that meets monthly in Cabool.
Jerry’s Expert Sharpening: He is located in California, MO, but will be bringing his sharpening tools to our show. Bring whatever you need sharpened (except for rotary blades).
John’s Turnings: John is from St. Clair, Missouri. Known for quilt ladders and other wooden items.
Quilter’s Journey of Salem: Owned by guild member, Terri Welch, from Start to finish they will be your Partner on Your Quilting Journey! Selling Fabric, Notions, Books, Batting, Longarm Supplies and Longarm Services. If you are looking for Services such as a Longarm Quilter or someone to Bind your Quilt please give them a call and they will provide you with a network of Longarm Quilters and Binders that you can reach out to them. They also have a block of the month club going too!
Rooster Creek Company: Share their love of sewing, quilting, and embroidery. They have classes, block of the month club (starting in October), weekly fun nights, and more! They sell products, fabric, and more.
The Rusty Moon Quilts, Wool, & More: The Rusty Moon has quality fabric at great prices. They also have a growing selection of wool, patterns, and notions as well as offer classes, workshops, and quilting services!
3768 PR 1271, Willow Springs, Missouri; (417) 469-0597; www.rustymoonquilts.com
St. James Marketplace Cafe: They’ll be at the show selling food and refreshments. There will be sandwich choices (including vegetarian options!)
The Stitch Niche: The Stitch Niche offers classes in everything from crocheting and knitting to cake decorating and chain maille. They carry supplies for a large variety of arts and supplies; economical yarns, fabrics, spinning wheels, weaving looms, cake decorating supplies, wood burning, leather working, chain maille, beading, jewelry, painting and drawing,spinning and weaving supplies, and much more. In addition, they carry a variety of spinning wheels, weaving looms. They also offer full sales and service for Bernina machines and a full service repair department for all other brands of machines.The Stitch Niche specialize in customer service. They treat their customers as friends and family.
Thread Peddler: Located in Waynesville the Thread Peddler offers classes, fabrics, kits, and machine quilting service.
23470 Sage Road, Waynesville, Missouri; 573-774-2658; Facebook
Willow Bee Fabrics, LLC: An online store only – that also has a presence in Facebook. Owned by Lee Linebarger and Tressa Schafer, (guild members). Willow Bee is an online only shop operated by two friends who share a love of all things fabric.