I was able to catch Bonnie from Fishsticks Designs for a few minutes, and I have to tell you, she was so nice!
Here are some of the cute patterns from her Market exhibit.
This is the new SeeSaw Dress, isn’t it cute?
In the center of this photo is the Playhouse Dress and the model on the table is showing off the Buttons and Buckles Overalls. See the Katie J. Jumper by the chair? And did you notice the table? It is a wooden ironing board. What a great display idea!
Here’s the Everyday Camp Shirt, The Sunshine and Sandals Shirtdress in the middle, and The Sand and Sidewalk Boardshorts on the right. Those last two are brand new designs, they are listed as coming soon on The Fishsticks website, so you will want to check back later to get those!
I must show you the Monaluna booth with their yummy organics, too, because check out the little dress in the bottom left!
It’s the SeeSaw Dress!
Monaluna recently released a bunch of great new fabrics and they have their own pattern line as well.
First up is this cute quilt from the Sew Fun collection by Beach Garden Quilts & Studio
A closer look at a couple of the blocks:
This one is from the Fresh Batiks line.
This is the Vintage Sunshine line by Ellen Crimi-Trent.
This quilt used fabrics from the American Made Brand and LB Basics.
The American Made Brand is a new venture from Clothworks. It is a pretty exciting idea. The goal of this brand was to produce fabrics made completely in the USA, from sourcing the cotton to milling and dyeing. The results are a collection of gorgeous solids.
If you are a quilter, check out the Farm to Fabric Challenge. It is a juried exhibition of quilts made exclusively with American Made Brand solids and will premiere at Fall Quilt Market. Registration opens June 15th, so check it out!
The Frond booth at Quilt Market was a color explosion. So many deep, vibrant colors!
I took this picture for my album loving husband, whose LP collection is growing at an alarming rate…
Hope you’re enjoying these!
Oh my gosh. This was so cute!
Dear Stella posted this board and then there was a dish full of all these little felt backed clothes and accessories. They were doing a contest so if you dressed one up and snapped a pic to share on Instagram, you could win a fabric pack. Sadly, I did not win, but it was fun to do!
I really like the earthy tones of the Woodwinked collection. The colors are perfect for fall, which is my absolute favorite season, even if it does seem to turn to winter much too quickly here.
The animals on the dress up board were from the Wild collection, that particular fabric is aptly named “Dress Me”. Of course, you will need to check out the other collections if you want to put some clothes on them!
I thought I took a lot of pictures at Quilt Market, but this is a booth where I really wish I had taken more pictures.
Anthology Fabrics has lots of gorgeous batiks. I found myself drawn to the vibrant colors in some of the quilts they displayed.
Designed and pieced by Cat Nix of Catnix Designs, this quilt is called Calypso. It was quilted by Shawn Leighton of C&L Quilting. Unfortunately, in every picture I took I managed to chop off some part of it, so just imagine the top looks like the bottom. When it is all there, it measures 70×70″.
Also designed and pieced by Cat Nix, with quilting by Shawn Leighton, this last one measures 37×60″ and is called Baubles N’ Beads. Sorry about the weird angle on this one. Sometimes things were difficult to get straight on. Still pretty, right?
There were many other gorgeous quilts in this booth, and I really loved their fabrics. I have tried to link up to those who worked on each project, so you can check them out if you want to see more of their work.