Happy Tuesday! Today I’ll share half of the Moda designer booths from the recent International Quilt Market Kansas City. There are so many booths to share that I thought it would be easier to divide the Moda exhibitors into two groups. I’ll begin with the other booths on my row and share the remaining Moda booths in my next post.
International Quilt Market Kansas City
Early Bird by Bonnie & Camille
Bonnie & Camille released a beautiful new collection at market called Early Bird (I’ve already done some secret sewing with this collection, and it’s really fun)! Both Camille and her mom also have really fun patterns to share this time around as well!
Bonnie’s side of the booth was equally beautiful with more fun designs to see! Camille and I are usually lucky enough to be on the same flight heading home, and it’s always fun to catch up with her and visit about market!
Ombre’ Bloom by V & Co
Vanessa Christensen’s new collection is stunning! The beautiful Ombre’ Bloom fabrics were even more beautiful in person, and Vanessa also had some really fun patterns to go along with this collection of fabrics.
Sugar Creek by Corey Yoder
Corey Yoder’s new collection is called Sugar Creek (I’ve already had the opportunity to sew with this group as well–beautiful)! Corey’s booth was right next to ours which made it extra easy for us to answer questions about our upcoming book, Sunday Best Quilts for those who stopped by!
Harvest Road by Vanessa Goertzen of Lella Boutique
Vanessa Goertzen’s Harvest Road was soothingly stunning! (Can you guess…I’ve sewn with this collection already as well)! Unfortunately, Vanessa wasn’t able to make it to market this spring, but her booth looked beautiful thanks to my daughter Chelsi and Richie from Basic Grey.
Stilleto by Basic Grey
Basic Grey’s new collection, Stilleto, is another in their series of Little Black Dress groups. It was absolutely beautiful, and their booth was gorgeous as well! I thought the awning for their booth was just perfect!
Northport by Minick & Simpson
The Minick & Simpson collections never disappoint! While I love all of their groups, I have to say this one is at the top of my favorites list. The fabrics are beautiful and easy to sew with. Laurie’s patterns are always so much fun. I might have to make a couple of these this summer when things slow down a little, lol!
Urban Farmhouse Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings
Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings had lots to share. She had a pre-market flannel collection that was absolutely stunning. She was able to share lots of projects and ideas using that collection that I’ll share tomorrow. And she also debuted her Urban Farmhouse Gatherings group.
Another display featuring Urban Farmhouse Gatherings was extra fun for me to see. You see, my friend Val Krueger designed and pieced twelve amazing quilts from the collection that will be released in a book. The quilts were also quilted by Val and by my friend Marion Bott. So you can imagine I could hardly wait to see this display. I’ll be sure to let you know when the book is available.
This flying geese quilt and all of the fun text pillows from Lisa Bongean’s collection really caught my eye as well. And I believe plenty of market attendees asked if they might be able to take a nap on the bed!
Jen Kingwell Designs
There was a beautiful display of color in the Jen Kingwell booth! I always love Jen’s fabrics and designs, and she was introducing some new products I’ll share with you soon!
Finally, If you missed yesterday’s International Quilt Market Kansas City post, you can see the full collection of pictures of our Harper’s Garden booth there. I hope you have enjoyed part one of the Moda tour at Quilt Market Kansas City 2019. I’ll be back soon with the Moda area part two!