A few quick thank you notes.
1. A big shout out to Rachel for blogging my booth while I was gone.
2. Thank you to Candi for helping me in my booth again! I couldn't do it without you!
3. A big giant hug & lots of chocolate to my amazing quilter Angela. My booth would be empty without you.
4. My mom. Without her I'd still be binding quilts & bagging orders.
5. My family for help with photographing the covers, bagging patterns and supporting me through everything. You are amazing.
1. Quilt Market = new samples of quilts! (yes I follow my own patterns when sewing to not make mistakes!)
2. Just finished a baby size Radio Way quilt top in under 2 hours. That includes planning, cutting, sewing & pressing. I love how fast this pattern is!
3. A peek into today's photo shoot. By popular demand I'll be releasing Three in a Box as a pattern. Here is the original with the new bigger one made from Flea Market Fancy. The pattern will include directions for multiple size blocks!
9. Heaven just arrived in the form of new Robert Kaufman Fabrics Kona colors!
11. Any guesses on what quilt I'm making?...
12. Sneak peek at my next pattern... Miss Aliyah made the cover. :-) I just counted and realized I've made 15 quilt tops in the last 3 weeks, no wonder I'm tired!!
21. I cut into my Full Moon Forest stash to bind my new Ballerina quilt. If that isn't true Tula Pink love, I don't know what is!
25. Happy Birthday Aliyah! Aliyah is rocking another dress my SIL Karin made her. This one features Dr. Seuss prints!
31. Mom is busy binding the last quilt! I'd be lost without her.
32. Last quilt done!! Time for some sleep before I head to the airport. Fabric = Cocoon by Valori Wells
35. My booth in boxes. Tomorrow this will all magically turn itself into a booth. (or so I can hope!)
64. Hanging out with Candi in my booth. (#730)
66. We were spotted by the Dear Stella team! We won a bundle of Gilt Trip that Candi will be giving away on her blog soon.
67. And just like that it's a memory!!
70. The glasses girls. (Anna Maria Horner) ... Getting ready to go home.
71. Booth on a cart! Happy to be taking less home than I brought with me.
73. I finally got to bring my book quilts home! This is Framed Coins from my upcoming book Skip the Borders. It features 4 Robert Kaufman Fabrics Kona Green Solids with an assortment of black and white fabrics.
I'll be back soon to announce the winners of my 3 year anniversary giveaway & show you photos I took on my actual camera!!
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