Saturday, May 14, 2011

Quilt Market Update

We just finished up walking the exhibits from Quilt Market.  It was a lot of fun to see all the fabulous new fabrics.  We also got to meet some great people.

We hit the Kona booth. I have a fun little something from Kona to give away next week.

Amy Butler is fabulous as always and has some really fun corduroy fabric coming out that I might have to make something with.

Anna Maria Horner's booth was beautiful.  She has a new bag pattern coming out this summer that would be the perfect carry-all bag.

Here I am with Kayli, Brooke and Jennifer Paganelli.  We bought Jennifer's Girls' World book and had it signed.  She was a hoot and definitely one of my favorite people to meet.  Don't you just love her glasses?!

I love Joel Dewberry's new line, plus they are finally coming out with a pattern for their skirt that I adore.

Aneela had her own tattoo parlor.  Here is Brooke getting one.  The Little Apples line is super cute and soft.  I got a free little pack of 2.5" squares that I'm excited to play with a bit.  I think this fabric might make a couple cute skirts for my girls.  Aneela was so cute and had such a fabulous accent.

If you look close in this picture, you can see my tattoo as well. 

Also, I had a chance to chat for a minute with Bonnie and Camille.  We are all originally from the same tiny Idaho town.  I didn't know Camille growing up because she is a few years younger, but I'm always proud of people from our little town who do great things.

I'm headed to the Quilt Market Meet-Up for a bit tonight.  The Modern Quilt Guild Meet-Up was great last night as well.  I had a chance to chat with several people including Jacquie.  I just adore her. 

Stick around, I have a couple goodies to give away next week!

11 comments:

  1. Yay! Thanks for posting such fun pics. Looks like a blast. Have fun tonight!

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  2. SO cool!! Looks so fun! Thanks for updating those of us at home!

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  3. looks like so much fun! pangs of jeaolousy! ;0)

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  4. all this looks so exciting. It's a pity I live so far away and can't participate.

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  5. That looks like SO much fun!!! I'm so glad you got to go. The quilt on Joel Dewberry's table that is plum, pink and green is GORgeous!

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  6. I know it's wrong to be envious but I'm so envious! You look like you and the girls had a fabulous time. One day when I come to the States I'll make it co-incide with a quilt market!

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  7. Looks like a blast!! Someday I'll learn to quilt, although I have been sewing lately and really enjoying the creative outlet. I finally have a couple of babysitting options so I can leave the house! Let's get together soon.

    PS- Did you know that Bonnie is my dad's sister?

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