Spring Quilt Market: OPPs Part III

This is the final installment (I think!) of Spring Quilt Market OPPs (= other people’s posts!) and of Spring Quilt Market coverage in general! See Part I and Part II. A big huge thanks to Mary Beth for her coverage. I guess that means it’s time to start getting ready for fall …

Art Gallery Fabrics shows off their booth and the people they met here and here.

Michael Miller Fabrics provides a glimpse behind the scenes. It takes a small army to assemble and tear down their tremendous booth!

Scott of Blue Nickel Studios brings the atypical quilt market shots here and here.

FreeSpirit Fabric shows their new collections, and the sample quilts displayed with them (along with their designers!).

Laura of Spool Sewing was impressed with Michael Miller’s and FreeSpirit‘s new offerings.

Sue Spargo shows her booth and new folk-art-inspired designs.

FabTalk shares new discoveries from Quilt Market: Quilted Fish and StudioKat Designs, Spring Fever by Hoodie for Blank Quilting

Sandi Henderson has video! Also here (Patty Young and Joel Dewberry) and here (Bari J.)

Tula Pink was gifted some fabric scraps with good/bad English translations and scored some cute buttons too.

Valori Wells shares her booth, and her adventures around the Market and around Pittsburgh.

Jona of Fabritopia noticed a trend of more male designers and boy-themed fabrics, and covers just about everything else in this monster of a post!

Myrinda of Fabric Hound had plenty of adventures before market even opened. In a second post she reviews Thursday’s Schoolhouse series.

Ruth of Sew Love Fabrics went with her daughter, who is an aspiring fabric designer. Part 1, Part II.

Kathy of Pink Chalk Fabrics shares a few moments of serendipity. And in another post, she focuses on the fabric. Can you spot my green silk pillow in Della Q’s booth?!

Paula Prass shows her Summer Soiree booth and the people who stopped by.

Cynthia of FabricWorm has shots of Kokka’s Echino booth. And she ran into Myrinda, who was wearing a dress made from the same Anna Maria Horner fabric! Only at Quilt Market.

Jenean Morrison recaps her weekend, including the launch of her new line Picnic Parade and the new collections by FreeSpirit colleagues.

Liesl blogs about her Quilt Market experience on the Oliver + S blog and on disdressed.

One Comment

  1. nycstitcher says:

    The link to Kaffe Fassett and Westminster (Scott, Blue Nickel Studios) has all the new fabrics for June! Great stuff–some of the same old colorways, but Brendan Mably is really “growing”, it seems, with more organic designs, and Philip Jacobs is brilliant it seems to me with the coleus. I thought I had enough fabric (I was out of my mind temporarily) but now I know I need more. Thank you for the fantastic collection and access to inspirations I never would have seen commercially!