So on our first stop this evening we will pause at the Moda booth. I dig Moda fabric. They have designers whose work spans all aspects of art. I am hoping my friend (Sharon Smith) and partner in craft will get picked up by them. The booth pictures above is Sweetwater. I love their fabric collections - they pretty much always have some sort of text in their collections. I love text fabric! I also love that cross quilt. Why didn't I think of that? I could have knocked that out in an afternoon. Oh well someone else made it and it is lovely.
quilted a quilt for her and delivered it to her at Market. Sharon and I had lots of fun talking to Katy.
Lucie Summers section of the Moda booth. I really like the simplicity of her first line of fabric, Summerville. I am sure I will buy my fair share. I hope you all do too because it is wonderful.
Cloud 9 booth. You see, cloud 9 had the best quilts ever!!!! Yes they did. Why, you ask? Well, because I made 2 of them!!!!!! I really wanted to visit my quilts, but as I was walking around the first day I almost forgot all about them! Sharon and I went back into the market to hunt them out. I had the booth number and I was sneaking up on them when I looked up and just froze! I am pretty sure people were slamming into me from behind, but I was in too much shock to notice because there in front of me was MY MISCELLANY QUILT!!!!!!! It was hanging up big and beautiful as their back drop. When my heart began beating again I walked up to it and had my hand out to touch it. Gina intercepted me. I said...."I love that quilt!" She said "I know! It has been so popular with everyone!" I said "Really??" I then introduced myself and told her that I was the one who had made it for them! Gina was so sweet. She is a tiny little thing! I hung around and waited for Michelle Engel-Bencsko to get back from a coffee run so I could meet her too.
Geese Flying over the Pond quilt here in this shot. It is in such good company there on the rack.
More of my geese.
Such pretty stitching!
Below is another picture of me and Michelle. I am so happy she likes her quilts. I always have some anxiety that I will make something for someone and they will not appreciate all the work I have put into it. I think Michelle appreciates my work.
OK, Do you want some freebies? I think I have something in my bag for you.