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PIQF Fashion Show: For the Love of Color

Artistic Innovation with For the Love of Color – 2017
Pacific International Quilt Festival Fashion Show

The Pacific International Quilt Festival XXVI held at the Santa Clara Convention Center October 12-15, 2017, is the Center of It All for Quilt, Wearable & Textile Art. In addition to the over 800 quilts and works of wearable art displayed on the floor of the show, on Friday, October 13 at 7:00 pm the catwalk will come alive with the always popular PIQF Fashion Show. Karen D. Boutte will organize and moderate this year’s fashion showcase, For the Love of Color – 2017. Let the “Quilt Diva” entertain you and the unique and beautiful clothes inspire you. The show is for everyone who enjoys fun, flair and fashionable wearable art.

Finale of the PIQF XX Fashion Show
PIQF XX FashionShow
Your Fashion Show Ticket is Complimentary with PIQF Pre-registration. If you would like to purchase a fashion show ticket at PIQF, the cost is $22, or with a student ID pay what you want. Fashion show tickets are subject to availability.

Nothing short of spectacular, the fashion show will introduce fresh looks and is all about you! For the Love of Color – 2017 features a challenge issued by Rachel Clark and Karen Boutte. Wearable artists from around the globe have created garments based on a color they selected from the box of 64 Crayola® crayons. In addition, there will be a few surprise garments for your viewing pleasure. Join the Diva for an evening of color, chichi and class.

Quilters from across the country don’t call Karen D. Boutte the KarenB“Quilt Diva” for nothing. Karen is a nationally known instructor, lecturer, author and designer. She started sewing as a child and quilting intrigued her since she saw a Cathedral Window quilt made by her Great Aunt Nora. Karen was in awe of the beautiful artwork and soon joined a local quilt guild. By the time she retired from her first career, Karen had developed her skills and expertise in quilting so much that she soon decided to become a full-time quilt instructor. “There is nothing more rewarding than seeing a student having fun discovering their creativity with fabric and thread,” Karen stated.

Founding Sponsor BERNINA of America/California Sewing & Vacuums; Major Annual Sponsor Brother/Meissner Sewing Centers; Major Sponsors Baby Lock/Gammill/ Meissner Sewing Centers, Husqvarna Viking/U.S. Sewing, and Janome/Ray’s Sewing Machine Center; Silver Sponsors Handi Quilter and Innova; and Special Exhibit Sponsor Nolting Manufacturing generously support the Pacific International Quilt Festival.