Hello! Today I’m sharing some of the amazing booths, quilts, and projects that caught my eye on the last day of market as I was able to sneak away from my booth for just a bit and have a peek at the entire show.
I love Amy Sinibaldi’s new Playground collection for Art Gallery. Her projects
are always beautiful, too! I love all of the small patchwork projects…so beautifully displayed in a lovely vignette.
Hexagons showed up in a lot of booths…our Grandmothers had it right!
I also loved the beautiful patchwork in Sue Daley’s booth…gorgeous!
There were a lot of children’s collections at this market. I love my friend Emily Herrick’s Up and Away collection. I thought her booth was amazing!
Of course I had to get a picture of Carina Gardner’s Glamper! We all agreed it would have to be the last prop to leave the showroom floor!
Lori Holt’s booth was absolutely beautiful. She had so many of her quilts and lovely props from her home!
Sherri Falls always has a lovely booth. This year her booth features her Christmas quilts from her upcoming book!
Sarah Jane’s Magic collection was also just dreamy. Amazingly, she created this gorgeous booth even though her trailer with most of her booth creations was stolen just days before market (luckily none of the quilts were in the trailer).
Tasha Noel also had a lovely Christmas themed booth. I loved it…and she is always as nice as can be!
Tula Pink had another award winning booth with her new collection, Slow and Steady…such bright fun colors!
And Amy Butler’s booth was lovely as usual. She always has lots of smaller projects to share, too!
Cotton and Steel had some fun new collections in different weights…quilting cottons, canvas, lawn, and double lawn fabrics were included in their new releases.
Cotton and Steel also released a collection by guest designer Rifle Paper Co. There were a few prints in this collection that went on my must have list!
Well, I hope the photo overload this week hasn’t been too crazy! It’s back to regular programming tomorrow with a Friday Favorites post!
Thanks so much for stopping by!