There is so much to see at market it can be a bit overwhelming. With all the appointments and to-do’s there’s not a whole lot of time for leisurely checking things out, but we try. How could you not stop when you see all these pretty trims sorted by color?
Of course we make time to visit the booths of our favorite designers and stroke all the pretty things like the little dresses in Little Folks at Anna Maria Horner’s booth. The entire fabric collection will be arriving at Suppose in December and we’re nearly peeing our pants with anticipation.
Heather Bailey’s booth was homey and oh so happy.
This adorable dress she made shows fabric from her new line, Nicey Jane. I couldn’t help but harass her to start making clothing patterns. (It’s pretty hard to find cool, well-fitting adult clothing patterns for quilt shops. In the mean time, at least there’s Built by Wendy’s patterns.) The Nicey Jane fabric will start arriving in the shop within weeks!
Whenever I was near the Moda booth and caught a glimpse of this homemade mannequin, I got a little freaked out. The photo would have been better but I didn’t want to get any closer. I can only imagine what my mannequin-phobic cousin would have done had she been there.
At least there was the Moda home booth to distract us with it’s giganto learn to sew cards. Watch out for that sword-sized needle, Mom.
More to come about market including a certain quilt I’m now obsessed with.