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!
A couple quick pics for you today!
Here is a little peek at the Modern Quilt Studio booth at Spring Quilt Market.
This quilt is called Jewel Box. I love how the color changes make it look like a ray of light is hitting the center of the quilt.
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!
Kansas City Star Quilts had so many wonderful things to see in their booth, I wish I had taken more photos.
These applique quilt designs are from a book called Robots in Space! by Linda Frost. Check out the cute stuffed robots, too!
Here’s Alphabet Zoo by Vicki Hansen.
In another part of their exhibit, they had a bunch of mini quilts and these large quilts with SO many little pieces! I can only imagine all the time spent piecing them! The large quilt in the center is from Bonnie K. Hunter’s book – MORE Adventures With Leaders and Enders. The one next to it may be as well; if anyone knows, please let me know!
update! Both of these quilts are Bonnie’s. So much lovely work there!
And oh, the mini quilts! Here are just a few.
Kansas City Star Quilts has deep roots in traditional quilting, but they are embracing the modern quilt movement as well with their My Stars imprint. I love that they are so welcoming to everyone. This was one of my favorite stops at Quilt Market, and likely my most memorable because of the people there. That’s a story for another day, though…
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!