I love going to quilt shows. I love getting inspired by looking at the quilts. I love shopping the vendors and I love to take classes to learn a new thing or three. I’ll bet you do too! Right now we need to keep our distance from one another, so quilt shows have had to cancel or re-schedule. In an effort to keep our quilting community close (is that a bad word?) and keep the inspiration flowing, Handi Quilter is hosting the Cyber Quilt Show.
At the Cyber Quilt Show we can do all the things we love doing at a quilt show and still keep ourselves healthy and do our part in keeping our country and the world safe. Join us for a special online event complete with show discounts*, education events, and inspiration galore! It’s the next best place to find great show deals and longarm education. Looking for inspiration or have questions about our longarm machines or accessories? Just ask. We’re here to help you find the tools and resources you need to create beautiful quilts finished with craftsmanship and care.
Looking for some quilty inspiration? Scroll down on the home page to see the quilts in the show, then post your quilts on social media with the hashtag #cyberquiltshow and you just might see your quilt “hanging” in the show on the website. What a great way to inspire one another!
If you’ve been wanting to purchase a longarm machine and have been waiting for a show to take advantage of show special pricing, now is the time to act. During the Cyber Quilt Show we not only have super special prices* but you get FREE shipping* as well! All Handi Quilter longarm purchases come with the assurance of local training, education, and support. We will connect you to your local authorized HQ retailer and that retailer will get credit for the sale, just as if you walked into their shop and bought your machine there. They will train you on the operation of the machine to make sure you will know your machine and have fun finishing your quilts. That training and education is the hallmark of Handi Quilter’s outstanding customer service reputation.
“See” you at the quilt show!
by Mary Beth Krapil