My Petal Pushers quilt is perfect for a baby quilt, and so much fun to do that curved piecing. My niece Maika quilted it and I want you to see it. Isn't she great? She does this all on her home machine!
Crossroads was quilted by my sister-in-law Tori (of That's So Quilt). I am blessed to have so many talented people in my family. (Don't you just love Yo-yos?)
I think my fabrics, Sorbet Garden were really well received at Market. They look good enough to eat, don't they?
|Cotton Cream Cones|
Market is so amazing. So many talented people, and so many booths. It was huge. There were 29 isles with about 1100 booths.
Usually I try to walk the show, but this year I didn't have time. I didn't get very many photos this year because I was so busy in my booth. I tried to get some of the other Henry Glass designers, since we were all together in one area. They are all so great. I am honored to be one of them.
There are several Henry Glass designers that I didn't get a picture of, and now I am so sorry! I went by and visited with them, but no camera. What was I thinking? You will have to visit all of them on their blogs. They are listed on the side bar.
That's all for today. Later I will show you a few more pictures of Market.