Hello and happy Tuesday! Today I’m going to feature some of the other Moda designer booths…and there are so many that I will have to finish them up tomorrow!
First up is the Fig Tree booth…and I actually pieced two of the quilts here for
Joanna. Cartwheels pictured below was a really fun quilt…I loved making it, and I can’t wait to make the mini version, too!
I also pieced the Granny Square quilt on the right…so much fun playing with the new Chestnut Street collection.
Me & My Sister also had some fun quilts in their booth with their new Brighten Up collection…their fabric is always bright and happy.
Janet Clare debuted her new Flight collection. Her booth was absolutely wonderful. There were even maps on the floor! And we all loved the paper airplanes.
Bonnie & Camille debuted their new Handmade collection which is gorgeous. I was lucky enough to get a picture with both of them in Bonnie’s booth. I really admire both of these ladies!
Camille’s booth was just as fun. I think I need to make her new mini quilt!
Stacy Hsu was also in her booth when I dropped by. I love her Farm Fun collection!
Sandy Klop of American Jane has another winner with her new collection, and her new patterns are just as fun!
Kate Spain wasn’t able to be at market, but her new collection, Grand Canal, is gorgeous. I love the feature quilt she has with this fabric.
Okay…there are more to share…be back tomorrow!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Wow! There are a couple of quilt patterns in the Bonnie and Camille booth that have me drooling.
So many beautiful things! Thanks for sharing with us all. Now to decide which collections and new patterns to start on!
Love all these booths too! And I've bought Camille's new pattern and hope to make it soon:-)
Wow! Lots of wonderful work by talented women. Quilters are powerful!
Susan Smith says
I love both of those Fig Tree quilts that you pieced! I think those are some of my very favorite patterns I've seen from market.
Beautiful photos Sherri, thanks for sharing.
Oh I LOVE seeing all the booths……….
Beautiful booths — but my eye focused on the flight collections pattern. My daughter will have her bachelors in December as an Aerospace Engineer from Texas A&IM University ! Although she is getting an Aggie quilt this one with planes will be perfect!!! You can never have too many quilts — right !!?? ? Thank you for sharing!!