Webinar: Keys to a Successful Quilt Show

Is your guild ready to hold a quilt show? Or just thinking about it? From gallery sized to full blown quilt shows, we'll cover the ins and outs of quilt shows in this lively panel discussion. Even if you are not planning a quilt show join us for a behind the scenes look!

Brenda Ratliff of Ann Arbor MQG
Brenda is the founder and president of the Ann Arbor Modern Quilt Guild. Brenda is the owner of the awesome online fabric store Pink Castle Fabrics. She blogs about quilts and sells patterns at Just a Bit Frayed. She has a background in Sociology and International Marketing from Kent State University. You can find Brenda either quilting, cooking or chatting with friends on various social media.
Heather Grant of Austin MQG
Heather is the founder of the Austin Modern Quilt Guild. As the Director of Marketing & Programming of the Modern Quilt Guild international, she is responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of QuiltCon and other MQG events.
Jane Bromberg of Kansas City MQG
Jane is the co-chair of the KCMQG exhibit along with Mary Workman. She has been the co-chair of quilt shows that includes, judging, vendors, door prizes, tea room, and charity silent auction. Jane is a long-arm quilter, a quilt designer and give speaker for guilds.
Susan Beal of Portland MQG
Susan Beal is the historian and past president of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild, and has helped curate and organize several quilt shows with PMQG. She is a craft writer who loves sewing, quilting, and craft history. She’s the author of six books, including Modern Log Cabin Quilting, Sewing for all Seasons, Bead Simple, Button It Up, and World of Geekcraft. She also teaches log cabin quilting for Creativebug.com, works as a contributing editor at Stitch magazine, and her own blog is at westcoastcrafty.com.
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