I'm fresh back from International Quilt Market in Houston and while there was some interim drama with Superstorm Sandy, I still haven't forgotten the aisles and aisles of textile eye candy. Am I the first person to wish that Quilt Market would never end? On the last day, as they wasted no time tearing down booths, I mourned the loss of what had been my 3-day wonderland of fabric. Well, pictures speak so much more fluently than words in this case, so I will let the pictures speak for themselves! Feast your eyes on these booths!
|Michael Miller booth.||Amy Butler's Rowan by Westminster booth.|
|Anna Maria Horner's Free Spirit by Westminster booth.||Melody Miller shows her fabrics in a Seven Islands booth.|
|Tula Pink's Free Spirit by Westminster booth.||Alexander Henry booth.|
Now you can see why I would want to move into any one of these booths! Of course, all these fabrics need sewing techniques to match them. Check out the new book Sewing Solutions, a great resource with easy-to-follow tips and techniques for any of these gorgeous textiles!
Have you ever attended International Quilt Market and Festival in Houston? What were your impressions? I would love to hear all about it!