Richele was hung on the back wall.
here so I will just give you an overview. I will say this is the first time we have done clothing, and the toddler dress made by Jen made a huge impact. People could not stop talking about it.
It really came out wonderful - by far my favorite Quilt Market booth.
I get to walk the Market floor for a little while each day just to see what's out there. I picked some of my favorites from 100's of booths. Enjoy!
I loved this house quilt with the night time sky by Carrie Bloomston.
The designs are so sweet (the little white dress has ballet dancers on it). I wish you could see them better than in this over all shot. I know I will be making something for my nieces using this fabric! It is just too darling to pass up.
The next few pictures fall under the umbrella of Art Gallery Fabrics.
Sketchbook by Sharon Holland
Bound by April Rhodes
Succulence by Bonnie Christine
Wonderland by Katarina Roccella
Curiosities by Jenni Baker
Cloud 9 fabrics had cute vignettes surrounding the booth showcasing each collection.
Anna Maria Horner made a huge departure from her normal bright colored floral fabrics and went very Madras.
Rhoda Ruth by Elizabeth Hartman
Buttermilk Basin. If you love working with wool like I do, this booth is a MUST stop. Absolutely beautiful craftsmanship on every single piece.
Robert Kaufman. A whole darn display of denim chambray...the dress on the dress form in the background was so cute!
Well that's it for my quilt market report. I think most fabrics that come out at market will be available by July or Aug. I will keep you posted on Tim's Wallflower fabric and when it is available to buy. I can imagine some of you might just want some.
Have a great holiday weekend (for those in the US) and I'll see you next week!
For some of you in Florida, I really will SEE you when I teach at She Scrapbooks May 29th and 30th. One class is sold out and the other two have a couple seats left. Hope you'll stop by!
now carry on,