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Saturday, October 26, 2019

Fall Quilt Market 2019 - My Little Contributions

I will admit, I am a little (lot) bummed I am not at quilt market
this weekend.
I went back and forth about whether to go or not.

The decision to stay was based on the fact that I would have to go by myself
and
that isn't really an option for me right now.

BUT, I do have a few items on display at market.


and
it's over in the Thermoweb booth #1848.

Photo courtesy of Thermoweb
Go check out the new products.
I heard there is a NEW HeatnBond EZ Tee Stabilizer that’s perfect for Tee-shirt quilts!

Check out my 
there too.


I spent one-day last month playing with a new fabric collection
by Jackie Kunkle for Island Batik called Ancient Etchings.
Island Batik asked me to make


Here she is at market, Booth #1920, with her friend Lloyd Llama made by another 
Island Batik Ambassador,
Jennifer at Curlicue Creations.

.  Someone gave them pompom collars.
  So cute...

Photo courtesy of Canton Village Quilt Works

The Stu the Sea Turtle was made by Island Batik Ambassador, Vasudha Govindan of Storied Quilts, I believe.

More info on the other can be found on Canton Village Quilt Works Facebook post by clicking HERE. 
The fabrics are available in shops in Jan/Feb 2020.

I do have one other item in Houston,
but I'll post more on that later.

Quilt Market 2019
It has been fun from afar...



6 comments:

Shirley said...

Those are so cute. Too bad you couldn't go with them. I really love the rainbow quilt. You always make the cutest of the cute!

Susan said...

You're project really brightens up the booth! Wish I was there to see it, but like you, opted not to attend Market. Spending my time at the show the following week - hotels and such get to be expensive!

QuiltShopGal said...

I wish you would have been able to have attended Quilt Market. Hopefully next time. Thanks for sharing photos of the beautiful projects you made for Market. They truly are packed with #CreativeGoodness.

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Love the lama you made! What an honor to have projects you made at market! That’s so cool!

Theresa said...

Those little softies are so cute!! Congratulations on having your creations at market.

Sherry said...

I loved seeing your contributions. Thanks for sharing.