Hello! Thank you for all of the wonderful comments on the last two posts–I’ve enjoyed reading them. Today I’m happy to be sharing the remaining Moda booths from quilt market. First up is the lovely booth of Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts.
She introduced a new low-volume collection called Silver Linings (I was grateful to get a bundle of this) and she also debuted another collection, Southern Exposure. Her whimsical elephant designs are a lot of fun, and her pieced quilts are stunning as well.
I’ll share some close-ups of the Silver Linings collection in a later post.
Right across the walkway from Laundry Basket was Camille Roskelley of ThimbleBlossoms. I love Camille’s fabric and designs, and it really was a treat to get to see them up close!
Camille’s mom, Bonnie, of Cotton Way was right next to Camille (our booth was right next to Bonnie’s so we got to visit a bit and share a secret stash of chocolate with them)! Bonnie & Camille’s new collection is called Vintage Picnic, and I came home with a mini – charm that I’m determined to use right away!
I know I’ve already shared our booth, but I wanted to sneak in another picture since our booth was in between Cotton Way’s booth and V & Co’s booth.
Vanessa Christensen was our other booth neighbor. She is a lot of fun to visit with, and she shared our chocolate stash, too! Her beautiful ombre fabrics were a big hit. Chelsi bought a bundle of them at Sample Spree, and I might have to see if she’ll share a little with me!
On the other side of Vannessa was…Vanessa Goertzen of Lella Boutique. Her new collection, Little Miss Sunshine is beautiful. She had a lovely booth display and was also a lot of fun to visit with!
I just realized I did miss a booth photo…Basic Grey’s booth debuting their Little Black Dress collection came next. Oh well, I thought I had them all…next time!
Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs debuted a Halloween collection that is a lot of fun. Spooky Delights was well represented with lovely quilts and projects.
On the other side of Anne’s booth was Pat Sloan’s booth. Pat’s new collection is Hometown Girl. I just love her focus quilt, and this collection has some beautiful text print fabrics that are a lot of fun!
Barb and Mary of Me & My Sister were on the other side of Pat showcasing their new collection, Grow! Their booth was bright and cheery…so much fun. I loved their jumbo clothespins they used to hang their quilts!
Next in line was Minick & Simpson who debuted their latest collection, Miss Scarlet. I love the elegant simplicity of this collection. There are beautiful low-volume prints along with the gorgeous reds in this collection.
Sweetwater presented Volume II which is a new release of Mama Said Sew. Of course there are some fun new prints included in this collection along with some of the original designs.
Finishing out the end of our row was Sandy Klop’s booth featuring Bread N Butter. This collection is delightful. I loved every one of Sandy’s quilts.
I had to get a close up of this one…so beautiful!
There are three more Moda designer booths to share: Wenche Wolff Hatling (her first name is pronounced “Venk-a” is a new designer from Norway, and her collection, Jol is an absolutely beautiful Christmas line! I had fun being able to visit with her and was absolutely thrilled to be able to get one of her mini charm packs!
Janet Clare was next to Wenche, and her Wordsmith collection was beautiful. Janet went above and beyond, making three beautiful dresses in addition to her lovely quilts.
Brigitte of Zen Chic presented her latest collection, Flow. These bright prints were refreshing and beautifully showcased in her patterns.
They look stunning when used with a crisp white background and are equally as beautiful when paired with a neutral grey background.
Finally, Luke Haynes is another new Moda designer whose work is absolutely brilliant. Luke is a quilt artist, and in an upcoming post I’ll share two of his portrait quilts which were absolutely incredible.
Luke’s collection is called Dapper and includes beautiful wovens perfect for clothing (Luke wore several shirts made from his fabric) along with some fun prints which include shoes and sunglasses.
The weaves are perfect for clothing, but also perfect for quilting with their delightful soft texture.
Okay…that finishes up the Moda designer booths. I still have more to share in a couple more market posts.
Thanks so much for stopping by!