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Portland Expo Center Portland, OregonSeptember 28, 29 & 30, 2017
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35%off 25%offONE ITEM OR FABRIC CUT YOUR FABRICPURCHASEFor items already on sale: discount will be increased to 35% off original price. Cannot be combined with any other discount or coupon. Coupon must be surrendered at time of purchase. In store only. Limited to stock on hand. Excludes gift cards, books, magazines, greeting cards, clearance, Accuquilt, Rowenta, Oliso, Simplicity felting machine, Prym dressforms, managers specials & outdoor sale.
For items already on sale: discount will be increased to 25% off original price. Cannot be combined with any other discount or coupon. Coupon must be surrendered at time of purchase. In store only. Limited to stock on hand. Excludes clearance items, managers specials & outdoor sale purchases.
VALID SEPT 15-30, 2017 VALID SEPT 15-30, 2017NWQE17NWQE17
Visit Us 700 SE 122nd Ave. Portland OR 97233
Large selection of fabrics for:Quilting Bridal & Special Occasion Home Dcor Apparel
Notions Books Patterns Yarn, Knitting & Crochet Craft Supplies Gifts Specialty Foods
Things to Know
Portland Expo Center2060 N. Marine Drive, Portland, OR 97217 503.736.5200
Show Hours9 am5:30 pm, Thursday, September 28 & Friday, September 299 am5 pm, Saturday, September 30
Admission Tickets and Cancellation Policy$10 per day, $27 per 3-day passAll admission and class tickets are non-refundable. Please send someone in your place if you are unable to attend.
ParkingParking at the Expo Center is $8 per car. This is charged at all events by Portland Expo Center and is collected at parking entrances. Three or more people per vehicle get a carpool rate of $7, so bring a couple of friends. To save the parking fee completely, check out the MAX Transit Yellow Line.
VolunteersWant to volunteer for a few hours or more at Expo? We need volunteers each day from 8:30 am to 5 pm. For each 46 hours you volunteer, you will receive one free Expo admission and one free lecture.
Call Judy Hill at 503.648.2349 for more information. (Ages 18+.)
Hotel InformationWe have arranged with nearby hotels to have blocks of rooms available for show attendees at a special rate. Many include breakfast and a free shuttle to the Portland Expo Center.
Go to www.nwquiltingexpo.com/show-details.htm to see the hotels and special room rates. You must call the hotels and ask for the special Northwest Quilting Expo rate. The rates are not available on the hotel websites.
There are a limited supply of rooms available at the show rate, so be sure to book as soon as you can.
Here are helpful things to know as you plan your visit to the 2017 Northwest Quilting Expo. Visit our website for more information.
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Our Judges Welcome!Elizabeth SpannringAward-winning quiltmaker Elizabeth Spannring has completed the course and program requirements on Judging Quilts and Wearable Art sponsored by the Northern California Quilt Council, and is now designated a National Quilting Association Certified Judge. She feels her experience as a competition quiltmaker and an international quilt instructor help her to stay up-to-date with the new methods and techniques of todays quilt artists.
Kathleen OConnorKathleen OConnor has been quilting since she was a teenager. In 1995 she completed A Short Course on Quilt Judging offered by the National Quilting Association. She judges quilt and wearable art competitions at events ranging from small county fairs to the Pacific International Quilt Festival, in Oregon, Washington, and California. Kathleen was involved in developing the curriculum for A Course on Judging Quilts and Wearable Art sponsored by the Northern California Quilt Council.
Welcome to the 17th annual Northwest Quilting Expo. We are dedicating this years show to one of our founding members, Shellie ODonnell, who lost her fight with ovarian cancer last September. Shellies passion for all things quilting and for the Northwest Quilting Expo was the driving force behind so much of what we have become in the past 17 years.
Our first show was held at the Washington County Fairgrounds with about 20 vendors and 100 quilts. Shellies commitment to making each years show better than the last has gotten us where we are today. We are continuing Shellies commitment to excellence and this years show will be amazing! Plan to spend a day or two seeing the hundreds of juried quilts on display.
Dont miss our special exhibits by McKenna Ryan, Cathy Erickson, Linda Reinert and more. Youll find details in the following pages.
Consider taking a class by our talented featured instructors: Swan Amity Sheridan, Laura Heine, Esterita Austin and Helene Knott. Classes are taking place both before and during the show. Of course, we will have our ever-popular Creative Handwork, Make & Take, and Lecture/Demo classes.
In addition to our usual vendors, we have added some new and unique vendors. Dont miss these special shopping opportunities!
Thank you for your years of support; we cant wait to see you in September!
Geri Grasvik, Laura Dickson and Jim ODonnell
Would you like information and coaching on how to use common social media programs such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn? Are you wondering which platform is best for you, or if you should even be on social media at all?
Stop by the Social Media Playground in the back of the Expo building, near the food vendors. Our experienced Social Media Gurus will explain how different sites work, answer your questions and let you experiment with the various platforms. Youll come away with the knowledge to make the right choice for you!
The Social Media Playground includes a small lounge with extra seating, and a childrens area with coloring books, games and a comfortable chair for nursing. Stop by to relax and recharge! Please note that children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
Our catalog features three of our 2016 winning quilts. On our cover, clockwise from top: Shenandoah Falling by Margaret Soloman GunnSea of Flames by Mary Kay PriceWoody the Woodpecker by Mary Allen
We are very grateful for the support of our wonderful sponsors!
Social Media Playground
The Pine Needle
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Washington Stars Quilt Guild: Olympia, WashingtonThis Washington guild was recently featured in Quiltmania magazine. Their work has been shown in the Washington State Capitol rotunda. They are the only guild to have that honor. The 180 members are very active in local nonprofits, including charities that benefit homeless children and the food bank.
McKenna Ryan: Simply BeautifulBeautifully SimpleMcKenna Ryan is loved the world over for her whimsical yet realistic nature-inspired quilt and fabric designs. For over 20 years shes delighted and inspired her many fans with hundreds of Simply BeautifulBeautifully Simple quilt designs. Her fusible appliqu techniques are fun and surprisingly easy while often looking beautifully detailed and complex. McKenna is known for her broad range of themes representing the many things she loves: the north woods, the sea, and animalsfrom the farm to cats and dogs.
After she creates her textural fabric prints, McKenna painstakingly hand-crafts her quilts piece by piece, from initial drawings to appliqu to quilting, creating a true artisan original. Her easy-to-follow patterns make her art accessible to everyone. McKennas original works of art can be seen at her showroom in Portland, Oregon. McKenna's quilt In Full Bloom is shown right. Find McKenna's website at pineneedles.com.
WestSide Modern Quilt Club: TransitionsIn past years, this group has brought you three exhibits: The Bridges of Portland; The Pearl District; and most recently Tribal Winds. This year, the exhibit by this talented group of quilters showcases Transitions. Members challenged themselves to give a fresh, modern twist to time-honored patterns. This exhibit is a wonderful way to showcase that what is old is also new.
Cathy Erickson: Baltimore Quilts Go ModernCathy has loved Baltimore Album quilts since the early 1990s. She is also madly in love with modern quilts. This exhibit combines both! Youll see a wonderful selection of traditional Baltimore Album quilts along with Album quilts from Virginia and Pennsylvania featuring over-the-top appliqu. Youll also see Cathys modern quilts. They capture the beauty and spirit of early Baltimore Album quilts with a contemporary twist. A close-up of Cathys B is For Baltimore is shown at right.
Treadle Machines: A Working Historyof Our Sewing HeritageSponsored by Boersmas of McMinnville, this exhibit will showcase rare and valuable sewing machines seldom seen on display. Youll even get a chance to sew like grandma did on these complicated machines. Its a once in a lifetime opportunity to see such a collection!
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Linda Reinert: Playing in the RoundLinda has been sewing almost as long as she could hold a needle. She became interested in quilting in the early 1990s and it has been her passion ever since. After discovering circles in 2004, they have become a theme that has dominated her work. Linda will share many of these quilts in her exhibit Playing In The Round: Circle