Spring Quilt Market! So, without further ado, here are the photos I promised you last week! I'll have posts about the projects themselves (and the fabric, yay!) later this week!
This was the first Quilt Market where I had my own booth. In the Fall, I shared part of one of the Art Gallery booth's with Angela Walters. This was slightly more scary, and a lot more work. I was breathing a lot easier when it all started to come together. It's so hard to decide how much to make. I just sewed and sewed until I could not sew anything else! I started sewing with strikeoffs at the very end of March, and got a couple yards of each print about a week and a half before Market.
Art Gallery's base cloth is so versatile. It's great for quilting and hangs wonderfully for garments, bags, and home goods too.
On a whim I snatched up this dress form on Amazon, and I'm so glad I did!
Color Hex Quilt Pattern. I shared some sneak peeks of the quilting way back here. I was happy to have paper versions of my patterns along with the fabric. They're now available for wholesaling if you're interested in carrying them!
Staple Dress (pattern by April Rhodes) using one of the special panel prints from the line! Woot! Cannot wait to share more this week!
Nordika, this week!