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Quilt Market Potpourri

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 … Continue reading

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100 Blocks at Quilt Market

One of my jobs at International Quilt Market in Kansas City last week was to connect with 100 Blocks designers and see what they’re up to. These are a talented—and busy—bunch of folks! Here’s Alyssa Thomas, the designer behind Penguin … Continue reading

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Quilt Show at The Kansas City Star, Part 1

We went to a quilt exhibit at The Kansas City Star last week while in Kansas City for International Quilt Market. They treated us to a whole bunch of eye candy! Most of the quilts are from books the Star … Continue reading

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Guess Who I Saw?

Several of the Quiltmaker staff were in Houston for International Quilt Market recently. We each had a different agenda—I got to visit with designers. It’s nice to reconnect with designers from past issues of Quiltmaker and QM’s 100 Blocks, but … Continue reading

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Quilt Market Recap, Part 2

Salt Lake City is a beautiful city. The weather was gorgeous Saturday morning, and I decided to take a walk outside before heading to the convention center. Our hotel was a block away from Temple Square, one of Utah’s number … Continue reading

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Quilt Market Recap, Part 1

It’s been a busy few days! I left last Thursday for Quilt Market, the wholesale trade show sponsored by Quilts, Inc., in Salt Lake City. There were over 1000 booths with fabric manufacturers, pattern designers, notions companies and more. It’s … Continue reading

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