Thursday, June 21, 2012

Primitive Quilts and Projects and Whole Country Caboodle

I just love the Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.  It's one of the few magazines I subscribe to and read over and over again.  The quality of the magazine is wonderful and they have managed to gather all my favorite designers to feature.   Here are some of the projects that are in the latest issue.   You'll recognize this first one.  It's the cover photo.

If you haven't check out the magazine yet, you really should.  It's worth every penny.  

That's Leanne Anderson of Whole Country Caboodle in the center.   She designs fabric for Henry Glass Co and I met her quite a few markets ago when our booths were close to each other.  

 Isn't this a clever idea?   Everyone needs a checkers quilt!

This is Bari J's booth.  She won best single booth award and I thought you'd enjoy seeing it.  So much creativity.

Here's Alexander Henry Fabric Company's booth.  They also won a best booth award.

And so did Michael Miller Fabrics.     Their theme was the circus.    See the lions on the right?   They were walking all over market and it wasn't until they turned around that you could figure out who they represented.

Cute, huh?

We're on the downswing.   One more post and another giveaway!

Hugs, Anne


Rouge Cerise said...

Incredible : still amazing boths to discover! Thanks Anne.

Karen said...

Those elephants are something else. Very creative. So not only do you have to have quilts and projects that catch the eye. You have to have a very creative way to display them.

Lori said...

Too much fun!! Such a creative place too!!

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

I love Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine too. I love the stitchery patterns they add and even the quilting patterns (I don't quilt) can be used for applique or even rug hooking. Thanks for sharing the quilt photos. So inspirational!

Candace said...

That's the only magazine I subscribe to now, Anne - love it! Gosh this looks like it was just a wonderful market!

WoolenSails said...

I do love that magazine, just need the time to make the projects.