Kansas City Quilt Market 2012 part 2

…more photos from Quilt Market.

Our Chevron prints were featured on the front of our booth.  How about a pop of color…all the chevron colors work well together in the quilt featured below designed by Nellie’s Needles. (Coming soon-this quilt will be a Sew together project kit)

Also, we love Kay Witt’s dress patterns. I might have to make a green chevron dress for me.


We showed off all of our Chevrons in bags, umbrellas, clothing items and ties!


 Lori Holt’s Millies Closet fabric line displayed beautifully.  The possibilities are endless with this fabric.



Millies closet was inspired by Lori’s grandma Millie, which is why it has a vintage flare.


Super Star by My Minds Eye will rock the house with its oranges, blues, browns and grays.


Seaside designed by October Afternoon, will arrive next month. We love the vintage colors. Kim from fatqurter shop designed the quilt with the matching pillowcase.


Willow’s soft colors make you feel calm and relaxed. This fabric designed by Mindy Terasawa for My Minds Eye, is offered in Cotton and Organic cottons.  Soft grays paired with soft yellows, pinks and aqua blues make it one popular fabric line.


 Carina Gardner’s Song bird fabric is sweet and sophisticated.  It has a beautiful blue color way….


….but the pinks are gorgeous too.  Set to arrive in June


Costume Clubhouse (by Sherry McCulley) and Santa’s Workshop (by Doodlebug) are simply cute and fun holiday fabrics.


 This is Lori Witlock’s first fabric line featured below and it is called Vintage Baby (arrived in stores last month). We have displayed Fat Quarter Shop’s quilt on our Riley Blake Designs landing page, using Vintage Baby fabric.


Good Life, designed by Deena Rutter, has been a long time coming and we can’t wait for it to arrive in July.


Emily Taylor’s latest fabric, Avignon, is elegant and will be in stores in September.


That is a wrap for market, I hope you enjoyed the pictures.  If you went to market, tell us what inspired you!


Whew…but you are not done yet…don’t forget to visit Cutting Corners College today to see this week’s pincushion tutorial by Katie Trott from Lincoln, California.


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