Friday, December 03, 2010

Long Awaited Quilt Market Photos and an AMAZING Tutorial!!

Welcome back everyone! We have been away for quite awhile and we apologize. Houston International Quilt Market was a great experience and there is great inspiration we want to share with you! Westminster did their booths a little different this year adding more inspiration for everyone to see. So look below and enjoy and let us know what your favorite things are that you see! Also, please view the tutorial at the end that is a great project for any occasion!
Here are garments that were made by BurdaStyle power sewers out of our Liberty Art Fabric.

We had HUGE stuffed animals made by Carol at Carol Zoo. She took her smaller animal patterns (sold on her website) and blew them up into larger animals that went up to 5 feet in size. They were featuring our new designer, Eleanor Grosch with the collection Zoo Menagerie that comes in three different substrates: cotton, flannel and micro fleece.

Kathy Davis had a vignette displaying her new collection Blossoming.

Featured in another vignette was our amazing solids and basics program! This is a great new program that offers solid and basic prints that are great to incorporate in to any of our designer's collections. There is always a color to match! Browse the groups here!

To the left of this photo is George Mendoza's work featuring an original painting that the Ellen Noel Art Museum let us borrow for the show.

Melissa from 100 Billion Stars made this amazing rug that she created from strips of fabric. She also made a great TUTORIAL that explains how to make these for any occasion! So check out the tutorial and enjoy! You can make them in to just a place mat size for your table, or keep going and make a rug!
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C said...

The booths look amazing! I am dying to going to quilt market.

Anonymous said...

Love, Love, LOVE the color wheel quilts. The design of that whole booth is just purely amazing! The others are quite spectacular too - and how clever the antique chair is. Some day I'll see it in person!

paperpoppiesandpaisleys said...

Those stuffed animals are absolutely darling!

Dees said...

Goodmorning from Holland!!
First of all I would like to wish you a very happy 2011!
I was searching for a pattern to make a lifesized hen and through many clicks finally found you and am searching like a madwoman to find your hotflash hen and/or rooster pattern but can't seem to find it anywhere.Hope you don't mind me asking if it is still available somewhere?Thank you so much and hope you have a nice day!
Many dutch greetings,Dees