Here are some of our Friends at the Mt. Kisco Show
Baskets, Boxes and Things
Joan has been in the quilting business for many years. She specializes in quilting notions such as needles, scissors and thimbles as well as some unique quilting accessories.
Friday 12:30-1:15 Spool and Bead Bracelet
A life-long lover of woven and printed goods, Jean Cerbone has turned into an extensive fabric collection of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century reproduction prints and quilt history books. Over the years, Jean has developed methods for hand appliqué, hand piecing and machine piecing of curves that are easy and relaxed to make beautiful quilts. Jean can never use all the fabric she’s accumulated and wants to share with others the gift of hand-made comfort and the confidence to make anything you want to make.
Friday 11:30-12:15 Megaberry Strawberry Pincushion
Saturday 1:00-1:45 Embellished Basket
Maria Tamaoka started her quilt shop, Pinwheels in 1991. Since then, she has been recognized as the “Taupe Lady” specializing in Daiwabo Taupe fabric. Pinwheels also carries Oakshott fabric, a high quality, hand woven shott cotton. The kits, patterns and projects at Pinwheels incorporate many unique materials and techniques, which Maria finds throughout her travels in Japan and Europe.
Friday 3:45-4:30 No Waste Flying Geese
The Quilt Basket is a full service quilt shop which proudly features over 4000 bolts of high quality, 100% cotton fabrics, a large selection of books and patterns and notions for every quilting need. We are a multiple award winning Handi Quilter Sixteen representative and a Janome sewing machine dealer offering the lowest prices in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Among the many achievements that make us unique we are most proud of our own line of patterns. Our creations have already been featured in multiple national quilt magazines and we continue to create dynamic designs that will fit any home decor.
Friday 2:45-3:30 Cuties Heart
Saturday 10:30-11:15 Cuties Dresden Plate
Irina V. Mitina marries the traditional needlework of Russia (where she was born) and the love of the vibrant colors of India (where she lived for 4 years) in the kits and finished goods she creates.
Cross stitching, knitting, embroidery, appliqué and quilting are all embellished with Irina's color sense and use of decorative stitches, beads and sequins. Since opening her shop, Irina balances family, work and her online store while creating something unique and beautiful.
Friday 6:30-9:00 Bargello Flag