Craftsy Heads to Spring Quilt Market

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Quilting | Comments


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Craftsy is on the road again, jet-setting to the Pacific Northwest to enjoy a weekend immersed in quilting heaven, at the Spring Quilt Market trade show in Portland, Oregon.

Spring Quilt Market is a trade show for retailers hosted by Quilts, Inc. each year, offering quilting supplies, fabrics, decorative crafts, textile art, and more. Typically the market features over 1,000 booths, multiple classes, and dozens of ways for shop owners from around the world to connect with each other.

 

While the market isn’t open to the general public, Craftsy is excited to be your source for photos, interviews, and updates directly from the floor of the Oregon Convention center. Stay connected with Craftsy on Instagram and Twitter to see what happens behind the scenes and enjoy peeks at the new summer and fall supply collections being debuted by your favorite designers and manufactures.

Beyond bringing the inside scoop on Spring Quilt Market to all of you, the Craftsy team is excited to meet with shop owners interested in Craftsy Connect: our partner program for independent brick and mortar retail shops.

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If you have your own store, please come see us in booth #1121 to learn how we can work together – plus, enter to win a machine!

BERNINA is a valued partner of ours and has generously donated a BERNINA 215 to one random lucky shopowner who signs up for Craftsy Connect. We’re thankful for their shared support of independent retailers everywhere, and great prizes like this are just the start of all the benefits you’ll enjoy in the Craftsy Connect program.

The Craftsy team is looking forward to meeting retailers, manufactures, and designers. Plus, we’re excited to learn more about the inspiration behind each new collection. As the show gets ever closer, the anticipation continues to build! We look forward to sharing our experience with you.

Comments

  1. Katie Wells says:

    I have been sewing since I was 9 yrs old and I sure love these sites makes me wish I had made a business out of it. Love all the crafty stuff and imagination that goes into all of them

  2. Elsie says:

    I love this web site with all the interesting information on lots of crafts and the teachers I have seen are very good at teaching us old quilters and sewers new ideas and techniques.
    Thank you for bringing these classes into my home where I can watch at my convince.