Friday, May 25, 2012

Quilt Market Part 2!

Time for the Moda Show!  I have dubbed the white background quilts White Space quilts. These 2 "white space" quilts are to die for!  The fabric and patterns are on order and we plan to have these made and hanging in our shop shortly after the fabric arrives in October.  Simply Color by V and Co. was Moda's hottest seller and I know why!  Can't wait for this one~

Kate Spain's latest! Again, can't wait!

Me & My Sister and a new designer for Moda, Zen Chic

Oliver + S and their simple elegance~

Lauren + Jessi, super cute pencil quilt.  What teacher wouldn't love that?                 
Odds and Ends by Jennifer Comstock


Bonnie & Camille, masters of "white space"?  Yes!!!

Fig Tree Quilts, always cute, always!

Laundry Basket Quilts, I could barely get close enough to take this picture.  Talk about a crazy busy booth!

    Bunny Hill for the trendy Mom's baby, perfect!    

I still have a few more pics that I'll post soon and be on the look out, we're going to do our first of many blog giveaways soon! 
We're excited about lots of new stuff and great changes!


  1. Simply Color and Zen chic push my buttons, plus the cute 1c stamp pattern by Fig Tree! I have fingers crossed you have pics of Miss Rosie's booth--I'm *dying* to see what's new from her but can't find a single photo anywhere!

    Thanks for the photos!
    suntred02 at

    1. Come to think of it, I don't remember seeing Miss Rosie's booth...but that doesn't mean it wasn't there :o) Completely overwhelming! I love her stuff, too, she's always ahead of the game! We'll just have to keep an eye out...

  2. Oh my goodness! These quilts are gorgeous! I wish I had each one. :)

  3. I would love to win one of those Market Bags! In the summer, we do a lot of traveling with our grandkids and Grannie has to keep a stash of healthy treats, wet wipes, tissues, etc. It would also be great for quick trips to the store. As for what I would like to see on the blog, I love fabric photos and reviews. I like to know how the fabric sews and what the "hand" is. It just seems to me that each fabric, although all beautiful to me, is so different in feel and handling. Thanks! Cheryl Gunderson