Yesterday, daughter and I got back from Quilt Market 2015 in Minneapolis. And realized that we forgot to get a single photo of the two of us together at the show! Oh well- we got lots of photos of the booths and quilts, which is the important thing. Every time I go, I swear that next time I will bring my good camera and get some good shots instead of relying on the iPhone. And then, when I’m packing, I decide that it’s just too heavy and bulky to carry around… and then I get there and wish that I had it! So- all of these photos were taken with our iPhones.
I am going to break this up into several posts, because there are A LOT of photos! (I know when it comes to Quilt Market, the more photos the better!) So here are some of our International Quilt Market 2015 Minneapolis Photos:
I loved this booth by May Chappell– a little traditional, a little modern. Fun colors!
My good friend Brenda Riddle is now designing fabric for Moda. Her booth space was lovely as ever!
Loved this display at the Marcus Fabrics booth, for Gracie’s Schoolhouse Classics. Check out the unbelievably adorable sewing machine cover:
(get a kit to make a similar cover here- this is an affiliate link.)
If you are a fan of Anna Maria Horner, there was plenty to see at this Market! This quilt was featured in her booth, as well as the really cool cross-stitch pillow:
This is her Bird Cage on a Chain quilt, shown in a display in the Michael Miller booth:
Another pretty display at the Michael Miller booth, for the new fabric line called Melodies:
The modern quilt trend is still going strong. These are some cool quilts featured in Valori Wells‘ booth (Robert Kaufman Fabrics):
And, wool is popular as ever. This was a booth which was nicely done by The Little Red Hen:
Cute little stuffed bunny in the Lecien booth:
Pretty fabric line by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery called Sketchbook. I loved her booth space, with the little art desk!
That’s it for today… but I have lots more photos to share! Next time, I will be showing you some of my favorite new products (well, new to me, anyway) and plenty more quilt photos. So come on back soon!
(For Quilt Market Photos Part 2, please click here.)