Showing posts with label Quilt Market. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Quilt Market. Show all posts

Bejeweled Churn Dash Finished Quilt


Bejeweled Churn Dash Quilt on the fence
Hello Sewing Friends!  I've got some big news to share. I FINISHED my Bejeweled Churn Dash quilt! I made this quilt top years ago and it's been patiently waiting  in my closet for me to quilt it. Do you have any projects like that?  

Quilt Market Recap

If you follow me on Instagram you know I've been back from International Quilt Market for a week already. But just in case you didn't get enough #quiltmarket browsing, here are my favorite shots from my real camera. Here's our gang! Rachel, Caroline and Me
We had a fun time browsing all of the fabulous booths, meeting people, and making new friends. There was so much sewing inspiration and of course a ton of beautiful quilts to browse. Here's one from the lovely Tula Pink

And some lovely ribbon to match her new fabric line.

A quilt made from Anna Maria Horner's stunning new fabric line.


We got to see Sara's bags in real life, from her new book Big City Bags. She is one talented lady!

We saw table after table stacked with pretty fabrics at the Sample Spree. 

I added a bunch of new projects to my MUST MAKE list. Like this cute dress from Serendipity Studio

I was able to help Bonnie from Fishstick Designs set up her cute booth a little bit and I caught a little glimpse of the amount of work that goes into setting one up.  Wow!

We met the super cute Vanessa.  I just love her new fabric line.

I fell in love with the designs from The Cottage Mama. 
 That girl knows how to use ribbons and trims! Adorable!

and here's Heather Bailey's beautiful booth. It was so beautifully lighted. I think she even won 1st place for her booth design.
 

Echino love!

Ellen Luckett Baker's cute booth. 

 And a pretty quilt featuring fabrics from Allison Glass' new Sun Print line

Phew! It was a whirlwind weekend and we hardly slept,but I came back with a ton of new ideas that I can't wait to share with you.

Until next time, Happy Sewing!