Sensory overload. The talent and creativity at Quilt Market is - to say the least - overwhelming. So in no particular order, here are some things I liked and/or loved and/or died and went to crafty heaven over when I saw them. ;)
Super cute chair
Something about this "Dear Stella" pink & orange that caught my eye (picture doesn't do it justice)
Cabbages & Roses quilt
Moda Solids quilt
Cinderberry Stitches' longarmer stitched little toadstools into the quilt. CUTE! (Pattern is a free download)
Love Bunny Hill's seasonal applique designs
Brenda Riddle's Durham Quilt (another free download!)
Beautiful Better Homes & Gardens quilt display
Of course, I love the pink in Lori Holt's "Daisy Cottage" fabric line
I mean come ON! Any booth with a pink table is a favorite of mine. ;)
Loving this colorful chandelier in Don't Look Now's booth. (I have a thing for chandeliers.)
A silk ballgown with yo-yos?
Totally works for me!
Did you know Ty Pennington designs fabric? He started messing around with carving images out of wood and making them into stamps for fabric.
Love the sense of humor to have a display of ties in Ty's booth. :)
I popped into this Antique Quilt booth.
This quilt caught my eye.
The first quilt I ever made was a Grandmother's Flower Garden (in country blue, country red & ivory polyester broadcloth. Dude, it was the mid 80's ... it totally wasn't my fault.)
I will always have a deep and abiding love for hexagons.
I loved the beautiful stack of one color + white quilts. I want to make one for myself ... one in each color, that is!
I suppose you can guess why I loved this quilt. ;)
Ok, that's enough for today, right? More next week. Promise.