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June 04, 2011



I love the photos in your recap. =) I think the bold colors are really making me happy. <3 I like them in the prints and solids.


I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging this year & have just finished off my own blog on fashion, food, travel & interior design.
I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.


The fabric, new to me, that I would like to try is solid with texture. The line I noticed first was called Quilters Linen.
Christine from Ontario


great post! i see something new in every booth picture i see! i love the use of solids and cross hatch prints (my personal obsession) also, i adore the purples you have been using! i dont have much purple...

Tabitha O.

Actually I think I like the fact that the world of fabrics is so international now and we have so many choices for projects--small, large, cute, plain, organic, all the colors of the rainbow and then some!


Thanks for the pictures; it was great to see all the new lines!


Nice post! I love the delicious solids available, and someday want to make a solids-only quilt. Also love the lines that feature architectural details, such as Central Park and many others.

shannon knight

Thanks for the recap. Had never seen the Riley Blake before. Very cool. Thanks!

Jen B.

I love the rich blues, greens and purples. I also really like the boy friendly prints!


I am liking the solids trend. I have always liked to mix solids and prints. Take care and God bless, Cory


I love anything with ruffles & unexpected fabrics made ruffly.


I'm drawn to fabrics with large prints and I love oranges and pinks together.


I love solids! Also love medium gray with prints (like in the chopsticks pattern above)

Laura Adams

Thank you for the wonderful pictures of QM! I am drawn lately to vivid colors and the aqua/red combos!


I love all the bright and large prints this market. Also would like to know the dress pattern in Sandi's booth. Thanks for sharing such fun pictures of the booths!!!

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