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So do I! If we're not at a quilt show coming to your town soon, or if you're unable to visit us here at the mercantile, I invite you to take advantage of our online shopping. Or perhaps you want more of the beautiful hand dyed, sueded cotton you bought at our booth.

You can order Liberty Homestead Quilt Books, Patterns, and Kits, as well as our own Hand Dyed Sueded Cotton right from your home.

We offer secure credit card payments, as well as PayPal, and your order will be quickly shipped to your sewing room. (Unless we're at a quilt show! Check out our show schedule when ordering.) Feel free to email me with any questions you have about my designs or fabrics. I love to get e-mail!

Liberty Homestean Quilts

Quilt Designs by Glenda Sha!

Liberty Homestead OPEN HOUSE!

Summer is officially here at the Homestead and we’re starting things off with an Open House June 17-19. Take a short drive out to the country and join us for this 3 day event. If you’re travelling through my neighborhood or if you’ll be attending the KCRQF - Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival in Overland Park - set aside some time to come and see us! We’re making plans to have a first ever Porch Sale of quilt shop odds & ends & treasures. Also we’ll be selling a lot of Liberty Homestead quilt models
(can’t display everything in our show booth!). And, as always, we’ll have your favorite Liberty Homestead quilts, patterns, kits, and hand dyed sueded cottons. Don’t forget our wonderful collection of American antiques and original Singer Featherweights.

On top of all that I’ll have on display the first two Mailbox Quilts designed by myself and Maria Tamaoka of Pinwheels - Mailbox Baskets and Mailbox Birdhouses. There are still a few more days to sign up for the Mailbox Birdhouses online program - www.mailboxquilts.com. I have kits for both available here at the store. PLUS! Be the first to get a sneak peek at the next design - Mailbox Pumpkins. This newest online program will start at the end of the month, but.... (sneak peek!).

That’s it!  If you’re in my neighborhood, stop on by.  If you’re planning on being at the KCRQF Quilt Festival, we’re a 45 minute drive away.  Set your radar for Pleasant Hill, MO.  Then take Hwy 58 East out of town for 7 miles - 115 S W 1991 Road, Kingsville, MO. Or check out the google map below. We’ll be open 9 - 8 all three days. Take a break in your day, come on out, and - OH! – did I forget to mention 15% off all bolt fabric in the store?

It’s true! See you here; I’ll save you a seat on our porch!
Glenda

Oh yeah – follow Mailbox Quilts on Facebook and Instagram for future news.  You never know what or when, but now you know where!

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Welcome to the virtual home of Liberty Ho mestead. Quilters who have visited my booth at national quilt shows or here at our new shop, Liberty Homestead Mercantile, often remark “I just want to live here!” This is exactly the feeling I’m going for in all my quilts, and I’m happy to bring my Quilt Patterns, designs and fabrics to you at your house.

In my series of quilt books, patterns, and kits I’ve concentrated on what I call “down home quilting”. These are back to basics, traditional quilts with a little bit of “pretty” thrown in, and feature our own line of Hand Dyed, SUEDED Cottons. While I am a big fan of fine hand quilting, many of my quilts are finished with a running utility stitch that was very prominent in the good old country “made to be used” quilts. My style of quilting reminisces about a simpler time and place, and hopefully brings those “old timey” feelings into our very modern world.

About Liberty Homestead

I started Liberty Homestead in 1979 and have been designing quilts and publishing quilt books ever since. Mainly I work with traditional quilt patterns and folk art themes, using a variety of solids, prints, and plaid fabrics including cottons, flannels, and wool. I prefer working with smaller quilts like wall quilts, banners and throws, but every now and then I’ll throw in a pattern for a bed-size project. To add additional interest, I like to combine traditional quilt piecing with unusual additions like wool applique and hand embroidery.... Click Here to read more...