StashFest 2014 :: one-of-a-kind fabrics + designer wearables

La Conner Quilt & Textile MuseumWhat is StashFest?
A two-day sale of remarkable and unique fabrics—for quilting, fashion and home decor—with thousands of yards to choose from. Plus gorgeous wearable items. And a Sponsor Shop filled with enticing products from major manufacturers. And lots of door prizes—given away every hour!

To raise money for our favorite museum, La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum.

Saturday, March 29 :: 11am to 5pm FREE
Sunday, March 30 :: 10am to 3pm FREE

Preview Sale
Saturday, March 29 :: 10am to 11am  $12
-100 lucky shoppers get access to the event one hour early to have first pick of everything.
-Tickets for the Preview Sale are $12 each Click here to buy a ticket
-The Grand Door Prize is given away at 11am to a Preview Sale shopper

Products at StashFest 2014StashFest’s Unique Fabric Presenters
New Discoveries
Ann Darling—Eclectic global fabrics and designer clothing
Ako Shimozato—Japanese textiles reinvented

Suzanna Leigh—Hand-painted and dyed silks
Peggy Juve—Digitally printed artist fabrics and clothing

Returning Artisans
The CQA Collection—Collectors’ choice fabrics
Annie Lewis—Hand silk-screened new and upcycled fabrics
Melanie Hopkins—Hand-dyed Kona cottons
Patricia Belyea—Vintage Japanese yukata cottons

SF Sponsor Shop
Top manufacturers in the country have donated goods to the Museum for sale at StashFest!

StashFest Friends
Donate $50 to become a StashFest Friend and support La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum.
Each StashFest Friend receives:
-a ticket to the Preview Sale
-the opportunity to win the Grand Door Prize
-name published as StashFest Friends online with links to website or blog
-name published at the event
-an invitation to a special tea at the Museum in May

La Conner Civic Garden Club
Across the street from the Museum
622 South Second Street
La Conner, Washington

Our Fundraising Goal?
Proceeds of StashFest go to support the Museum’s operating fund.
StashFest 2013 raised just over $9000 in two days.
Our goal for 2014 is to raise $15,000.

Museum photo by Alex Kramer.