Welcome to the Common Threads Regional Quilt Show

June 16-18, 2016
Century II Expo Hall
Wichita, Kansas

The 2016 Common Threads Regional Quilt Show will feature over 600 quilts that have been pieced, quilted and designed by members of the Prairie Quilt Guild and participating guilds in the South Central Kansas area. The show is open to the public and is a “must” for all those interested in quilting, sewing and the fabric arts.

Participating Guilds
At the present time, participating guilds include:
Prairie Quilt Guild – Wichita
Country Rose Quilt Guild – Rose Hill
Heart of Kansas Quilt Guild – Hutchinson
Evening Star Quilt Guild – Hutchinson
Crazy Quilters Guild – El Dorado
Emma Creek Quilt Guild – Hesston
Kansas Longarm Quilters – Wichita
Wichita Modern Quilt Guild – Wichita
McPherson Quilt Guild – McPherson
Country Stitchers – Hillsboro
Area guilds that may be interested in participating may inquire by contacting  wniemann@cox.net.

Vendors at the show will present the latest in quilting supplies and notions, fabrics, patterns, art apparel, quilt storage and furniture, quilting machines, embroidery supplies and much more.
Click here for a current list of vendors.
If you are interested in being a vendor at one of the largest quilt shows in the midwest, click here!

Advertise in our Showbook
Over 3,000 people will attend our regional quilt show. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your business in our showbook! We are offering a discount if you offer your readers a coupon with your ad. Deadline is April 15, find out more today!
If you are interested in advertising in our Showbook, click here!

Quilt Entry
Entry is open to members of the Prairie Quilt Guild and participating guilds.
> Click here for information and entry form

Tickets may be purchased at the door, and beginning in April at wichitatix.com (surcharge will be applied). Tickets are $10 per day or $15 for a 3-day pass. Children under 10 years of age are admitted without charge when accompanied by an adult.

Miniature Quilt Auction
Presented from noon to  2 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, the Miniature Quilt Auction offers up to 200 small quilts for sale by auction. These small “jewels” reflect the artistry and skill of quilters from all of the participating guilds. Proceeds from the auction go to support Educational Grants in the sewing arts.
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