Text Box:  Houston International Quilt Festival  

Oct 31 - Nov 6

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The International Quilt Festival is the largest annual quilt show in the U.S. and takes place each fall in Houston, Texas. Festival regularly attracts 55,000 people from over 35 countries all around the world. There’s shopping at more than 1,000 booths for quilts, fabric, supplies, and crafts, along with 550 classes and lectures for all experience levels. Festival features more than 1,600 quilts and unique works of textile art on display.





We are happy to be back on the road again!  Many of you have been requesting

 our return to Houston, so here it is!


Day 1          We stop in Hamilton for some serious fabric shopping at

                                          Missouri Star Quilt Co Hamilton, MO

                                          A special group dinner is planned at the Pecan farm.

Day 2:       A fun stop at The Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile in Pawhuska, OK

Day 3:        Waco is our destination and Magnolia Market is the stop.

                                       After we check into our Houston hotel, we take in preview

                                       night at the quilt show.

Day 4&5:   All day at the show—you can’t see it all in one day!

                                       Our hotel is located in the famous Galleria shopping area.

Day 6:        Travel home via Collins Street Bakery and shopping on

                                       McKinney square.

Day 7:        Return home stopping for a final farewell group lunch.

This is a show you got to see once in your lifetime!”

Included in this trip: motorcoach transportation, fully escorted, 6 nights accommodations, 9 meals including 6 breakfast, 2 dinners and 1lunch and stops at the mentioned attractions.



· Ames, IA AmericInn

· Des Moines                              Merle Hay Holiday Inn

· South on I35

Note: With increasing fuel costs, the bus companies and other businesses have put in contingencies that could increase our pricing should the cost of fuel affect their services to us.  Those increases will be passed on as a surcharge to your trip cost.