Wednesday, May 14, 2014

To Market, To Market



I head out today for International Quilt Market in Pittsburgh! I'm super excited as I've never been to Pennsylvania before! My "last minute" project was a patchwork Travel Duffle. This bag is such a great size, and the pattern was excellent!



My other "last minute" project was finishing up the binding on my final market pattern release, "Vintage." More information on this coming soon!




If you happen to be attending market, please stop by and say, "Hi!" I'll be giving a Schoolhouse presentation on Fresh Family Traditions Thursday from 12:15 - 1:15 in Room 315. C&T Publishing will be giving away 5 copies of my book, and Moda has donated a Miss Kate kit to make the Century Farm quilt from the book.

I'll also have a book signing on Friday at 1:00 at the United Notions booth.

I'll be taking lots of pictures and giving a full report when I get back. Thanks so much for stopping by!

8 comments:

Staci said...

Have a wonderful time!
Looking forward to seeing more of that new "Vintage" pattern--looks fabulous!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Have a great time Sherri!!

Hildy said...

Have a great time at market wish I could be there I would love to say 'Hi' to you!

Bobbi D. said...

have a great time! Was the tutorial the Annie's pattern? Might have to give it a shot.

Gai Butler said...

Wishing you a wonderful time at market...I'm sure you will enjoy every single minute. :)

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Diane said...

Pittsburgh is a great city--I live here *smile*. Bummer the weather wasn't nicer for you. Hope you had a great time.

Jill said...

Have a great time at market. I am looking forward to seeing you new pattern. I have to say that I just received a copy of your book Fresh Family Traditions and I love it. I wasn't familiar with your blog or your books or patterns. Being a traditional quilter who uses mainly Civil War or similar fabrics, I have not been a fan of "modern" quilting especially, but you have made me a convert! I love that you have used your quilting heritage to create patterns using lovely bright fabrics and lots of white. Well done!

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