Spring Quilt Market OPPs Part I

The Spring Quilt Market recap posts are starting to roll into my Google reader. Mary Beth’s will start shortly, but in the meanwhile, here is the first batch of OPPs (other people’s posts):


FabTalk is posting about individual products and fabric collections spotted at Market: Amy Butler’s Sweet Life Bags, Camelot Cotton’s Bridgewater, Valori Wells’ Del Hi (above). There is certainly more to come!

Pink Chalk Studio shows her beautiful silk dupioni projects for Brewer today, and there are more reports to come. Leave a comment on any of Kathy’s posts week and be eligible for her Market goodies giveaway next Monday.

Jona of Fabritopia has pictures from the Schoolhouse presentations of our favorite designers, and she’s giving away samples of Jenean Morris’ Picnic Parade!

Umm, I don’t know how the Fat Quarter Shop does it. They have already posted about sample spree, day 2, day 3, and day 3.5 — and I noticed that they were updating the shop during Market.

If you’d like to be included in part II of Spring Quilt Market OPPs, please leave a comment!


  1. Jocelyn says:

    Thanks for the links! I got to meet Mary Beth at Market :) Gonna dig into those in a bit…

  2. This isn’t my blog but these ladies own a quilt shop in Idaho and they have a number of market posts- http://supposecreatedelight.com/wordpress/

  3. I just put up my first Market post…check it out.

  4. jen eskridge says:

    I’m putting up my market posts this morning too. Many more photos still to sort, though. ~jen~

  5. FabTalk says:

    Yep, we’ll be posting more finds at Market soon! Looking forward to seeing what everyone else found at Spring Market!

  6. Deborah says:

    Have totally been dropping the ball on this one! I blame the 170 high-res images I have to upload… My mother has even sent over the text for her guest post, and I’ve yet to complete mine–for shame!! OK, off to get that post up and link you on over. QM was a crazy blast–so much more fun than I thought!

  7. Bettina says:

    Wish I could go…the UK just doesn’t have the quality or breadth (and when we do, it is at double the price) you have in the US in terms of Fabric. I would kill to get my hands on any of the above!! Taking plenty inspiration from your coverage and photos, though, thank you!