...... where Quilters & Stitchers get inspired!
Lancaster Event Center
4100 N. 84th Street
Lincoln, NE 68507
If you enjoy learning, shopping . . . and going
home with projects made by you; then we have three
days that have been designed specifically with you
Quality you’ll love!
The Expo vendor booths are filled with the latest products offered today AND those hard to find tools and gadgets you been searching for. There will be lots of opportunities to learn new skills or sharpen an old one in make-it-take-it project booths, workshops, FREE stage, demonstrations and presentations.
You will be inspired by the fabulous traveling quilts on display and don’t forget to register for the daily prize drawings and a chance to WIN Grand Prizes on Saturday and MUCH MORE.
Special displays, vendors and all the activities, come together to make the Expo a truly wonderful experience.
Special Guest Longarm Quilting Educator - Lincoln 2014
DeLoa Jones - DeLoas Quilt Shop
DeLoa Jones has been an avid quilter for 33 years. She started her Longarm career with 20 years of teaching and handquilting professionally.
Many of DeLoa’s designs are influenced by her sense of traditional quilting with a little twist added. DeLoa has had a machine quilting business for 15 years in which she has a running count of about 5,200 quilts.
She enjoys sharing her knowledge and designs with her students. She has authored 5 books and has a line of rulers and stencils. DeLoa is also an APQS representative and Compuquilter dealer.
DeLoa has appeared on QNNTV.com and with Linda Taylor on the QuiltingSchool.com. DeLoa and her husband Dave live in Michigan and have 8 children and 4 grandchildren.
Special Guest - Crazy Quilting Educator/Artist - Lincoln 2014
Allie's in Stitches
Allison Aller has been stitching, sewing, knitting, and writing since she was a child....and that child is alive and well in the joyful work she creates today in the field of crazy quilting.
She grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan and earned her bachelor's degree in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University in 1977. Since then, Allie has been quilting non-stop. She made bed quilts, Broderie Perse, stained glass quilts, and landscape quilts for two and an half decades and these approaches still inform her creativity...but now the sumptuous and liberating genre of crazy quilting is her focus.
Her work has appeared in Quilters Newsletter Magazine, American Quilter, the $100,000 Quilt Challenge, and the Way to Women’s Wellness Art Bra Calendars (cover, 2007). She published her first book, Allie Aller's Crazy Quilting with C & T Publications in 2011.
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