Cool stuff from Tula Pink:
|This is going to be sold as a kit with pre-cut hexies!|
|Can you see the quilted rope around the anchor?|
|Retro chic is still a thing.|
Brights were big at Michael Miller:
|See? Retro again. Bet you ten bucks somebody makes an 8-track tape quilt pattern soon.|
As usual, Amy Butler's booth was big and beautiful, and usually jammed packed with people. (I scared 'em away for the shots:
And David Butler's booth right next door was tiny (but awesome) and I never saw anyone in it. Except David:
And this was Melody Miller's booth. All that retro chic? Pretty much her doing. But she does it really well.
What shocks me when I go back and look at my pictures is how much I didn't shoot. I still feel shy about it, for some reason, like somebody is gonna go, "Hey, you can't photograph that!" And that is not necessarily an unlikely thing. As I have discovered, Quilt Market is a place where you can easily get a lot of, "Hey, you can't!" We were trying to pick up schedules for Schoolhouse, and the woman handing them out was desperately trying to weed out the undesireables by being as intimidating as possible. I'm surprised we weren't asked to show our papers.
I'm going to try to get a review of Sewn Hats up on Wednesday, and then be sure to come back Friday because I have some begging to do then and you know you don't want to miss that!