These were some of my favorite things at International Quilt Market last month. I hope you enjoy them.
Adored this amazing ribbon quilt called Aware by Trisch Price, which appears in her book Accentuate the Negative for My Stars, part of Kansas City Star Quilts. It’s a fabulous quilt, and it’s an amazing book full of terrific projects. Highly recommended.
Lusted after this vintage green Singer seen in the Moda booth.
Wowed by Australian shopowner, teacher and designer Kathy Doughty at every turn. She has to be one of the most creative people on the planet, but says she only started putting fabric together in unusual ways because she didn’t know any better.
Agape at this unusual Baltimore-album-type quilt in the Quilts, Inc. exhibit. It’s entitled Yumemi and was made by Maiko Ogawa from Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan. I have detail photos for another blog post. Truly inspiring in every way.
Loved this display to promote the new American Made Brand fabrics. See my post with more details on this totally-made-in-the-USA cotton!
Happy to see friends and 100 Blocks designers Ann Weber and Joanne Rowicki of Gingham Girls. Their booth was adorable as always.
Proud to be part of F+W Media. Quiltmaker became part of the F+W family a few months ago and we couldn’t be more pleased.
Fabric Acquisition Road Trip.
There was lots more but that’s enough for now. Have a great day!
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