Back again with some more Quilt Market goodness for you.
Today it’s all about Windham. I mean, if I don’t toot my own horn, who will?
So here’s the sad thing: I didn’t take a picture of the whole booth. Totally snubbed the reproduction fabric lines, which Windham does so well. Oops. And that means you don’t see the overall theme of the one room schoolhouse that won us 2nd prize. But you can go see it on the Windham blog.
Here’s Laura accepting the ribbon.
But I did get photos of the designer’s stuff.
Here they are from left to right:
Flutter is her 3rd line with Windham. She also has 4 books she’s published. Wow.
The quilt was hard to photograph with the lighting.
This sweet, timeless collection is called Juliet. Pretty, right?
You all know Full Bloom, right? Well, this is her latest and greatest called Art Journal. Her signature hand-painted look.
And see that quilt? That’s gonna make an awesome kit, right?
Me! (Jessica Levitt)
Well, if you’re a regular reader, you already know what the collection looks like. It was fun to see it all together like this.
(shown is the Buttercup Bag by Made by Rae)
I’ll try to do some posts with each project I made at a later date.
(shown is the Black Forest Bag by Melly and Me)
She’s back with a beautiful new collection called, Gypsy Garden. The colors are amazing, and I love the “weathered” finish to the designs.
And let's not forget Anna Griffin's amazing booth. A beautiful, sophisticated Christmas line.
We each had to do a block from our collection for the blackboard. You’ll notice there’s one from Rosemarie Lavin’s new Feelin Groovy. Sadly she didn’t have a quilt there…
Here’s a closer look at mine:
And I’ll leave you with our resident “Fabric Pimp”, Mickey Krueger.
Next up is basically "everyone else" that I managed to get photos of.