I'm sorry this is taking so long to get through. First, I didn't realize I took so many pictures, and second, as you all well know, I'm not the best at "timely" blogging. So, you might want to just consider all these pictures as a giant quilt show of new projects.
Here we go!
First up, Bunny Hill Designs. I went to market to help out my friend, Anne, and we had a great time. Here's what her booth looked like.
Check out these darling little wool pillows.
This is her new Block of the Month called Pumpkinville. This version is done in cottons.
And Pumpkin Hollow is done in wools. They are both adorable.
And these pillows and wall hangings are all done in wool. So soft and pretty for a little one.
Here's Lynne Hagemeier of Kansas Troubles Quilters.
I love the warmth of her booth. Check out all the gorgeous patterns.
Here are Alma Adams and Barb Allen of Blackbird Designs. Their booth was next to ours so we got to chat quite a bit. I also sat next to Alma at the Moda dinner party and we had a blast.
Their beautiful designs are always among my favorites.
This next booth belongs to Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. Every time I went by her booth to get a photo of her, she was incredibly busy signing her new book.
The intricacy of her designs just overwhelms me. So many tiny little pieces.
The blue and white fabric is part of Deb Strain's newest line of fabric. Her company is Saltbox Illustrations and she is the creative genius behind all the darling greeting cards, calendars, gift certificates and note pads that I'm sure you've all seen.
Fig Tree's booth is always a fun one to see. I love how Joanna did 2 versions of the star quilt. The one with the dark background is just stunning. I always like seeing the same quilt made with different fabrics.
The booth was filled with tons of new goodies.
I had so many pictures of the Moda designers that I'll just continue the post tomorrow.
See you then.