We did more unpacking and putting together. Tim used Velcro to add the framed fabric samples to the booth wall.
Tim's blog to at least see many of the samples that were made by Richele Christensen, Tammy Tutterow, Patricia Petty, Connie Fong, Michele Crump, Amy Friend, Carol Caraccia, Nancy Roelfsema, and myself.
Gathered pockets on each end.
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Right next door to our booth was Joel Dewberry and his fabric line, Birch Farm. Great booth and an even nicer guy. Both Tim and Mario know Joel's mother, well known painter, Donna Dewberry from Tim's Carol Duval days. Joel was welcoming to us and just plain nice. What's even better is that his fabrics were a favorite of mine so I could just take a peek around the corner every once in a while!
It comes in multiple colorways (see the dress in the photo above) which were all nice. This piece was made into a bench cushion and to be quite honest I wish it was in my house. Guess I just need to wait till the fabric hits the stores!
This heart quilt was darling. I'm not much of a blue person but I liked the idea of all the little hearts.
Alexander Henry Fabrics and the Ghastlie CollectionI think this is the third line of the "Ghastlie's, including a Christmas line that is darling. I'm not sure what I would do with this fabric, but it truly was one of the most imaginative at the show. I stood there looking at all the characters for a long while trying to pick a favorite...the fish bowl, the umbrella ,the lady in the chair?
Clever, clever illustrations....love it.
(Voile: a soft, thin cotton fabric)
I thought this wool wall hanging from Alison Glass was super cool. The photo does not do it justice. Beautiful brights over gray...really nice.
Even though Tim's new fabric will be in stores in June, I thought you might like to win a couple just to get you started! I'm giving away a few sets, so just leave me a comment and I will pick 3 winners on Thursday morning.
Good luck everyone!