Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Quilt Market... part tres

Here is finally my last post... I'll try to give a run down of the booths and pictures....

From Julie @ Jaybird Quilts' new book.

The Kona booth and new colors.

Julie's booth... love her new all of her quilt patterns.

 Shannon Fabrics' booth. I really want to just roll around in the floor in their booth and stay all day. Everything is made from minky and they have the super-cushy floor tiles, which is heaven when you've been walking all day. It's also heaven on just a normal day, too.

Abbey Lane Quilts has two new books out. One for babies and the other that does include how to make those cute wreaths! I also purchased the Lucille pattern and it's in process at the moment :)

Simply Color by Vanessa from V & Co. These are going to be great! They're great colors and will be good for blending with other lines... and there are ombres!

Quilts in Bonnie & Camille's booth.

Kate Spain's new line, Cuzco. This is going to be another good one. Great colors and patterns!

This is from a new Moda designer, Zen Chic. Again, I love the saturated colors and it's just so different (in a good way).

One of my favorite quilts at market from Green Bee Patterns.

Amy Butler's new line, Cameo.

Bari J.'s new line for Art Gallery, Lilly Belle, which was a sample spree purchase :)

And the last one is turning out to be one of my favorite collections! Sarah Jane's Out to Sea. She has way more pictures on her blog since I failed to take more. I am loving the hot pink and navy colorway and think it would make the most adorable nursery (I even have paint colors picked to match: navy and white stripe under a chair rail and one wall hot pink above and the rest aqua). This will come in handy since I'll be having kids soon (hahaha, not really). I am considering hoarding buying enough of it to make nursery bedding and decor from whenever I have kids in the next 5 years. If I do that, I'll jinx, won't have a girl, and still won't get to use it. Dilemma. I will be investing in the embroidery patterns, since I "taught" myself over Memorial Day weekend.

So that, in a nutshell, was market! Can't wait for next year!