My last post about Quilt Market was all about Tim's booth and the great projects. This time I wanted to share a few things I saw on the show floor. I only had about an hour away from the booth, but what I saw was inspiring! There was also a huge display of "show" quilts but no photography was allowed in that hall. I only got to see the first row or two before the show opened one day and what I saw was amazing.
The weather on day one was beautiful. Ate my lunch outside on the deck overlooking Discovery Park. Day two was another story. Pretty much the polar opposite of beautiful weather. Luckily, the hotel I was staying at had a sky bridge over to the convention center so no need for an umbrella.
Inside the main hall there were plenty of vendor booths to see. Lot's of booths with modern colors and fabric. I really loved this quilt. I think it was the unusual color combination of gray, red, green and mustard combined with a unique pattern.
Green Tea and Sweet Beans.
I am not a fan of crazy quilts but this one was absolutely amazing. The photo does not do it justice.
Oh wool, how I love you...
I did have a fun time working in the booth, meeting lots of people, and talking about Tim's wonderful fabric. I would like to extend an open invitation...if you make something using Tim's fabric, I would love to see it. Feel free to send me an email!
Now for the winners of the Design Rolls.
now carry on,