- The more quilt shows I attend the more I appreciate the process, the art, the passion,
- Quilt shows give the Quilter (of any stage in development) the opportunity to study many different types of work, in person, up close. Just do not touch.
- Quilt shows also give attendees the opportunity to shop. There is nothing wrong with that. You are supporting a small business owner. Quilting is really big business but the local shops depend on Quilt Shows to make their presence known in the community. Those vendors who travel to the show also provide the possible option of a destination shop. I call those Field Trips.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
The Question of the Day...Do You Attend Quilt Shows?
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