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Quilt Market 2nd day of setup!

Well here is a quick look at the progress of our booth. I wish I could show more but the internet I have access to while traveling is so slow. It's taken me 2 evenings just to do these few pictures. Here is a look at the walls going up in our booth.

This is for you Jodi Taylor, who is the designer of Nantucket Summer. She had 5 quilts made and this beautiful set up of new patterns and all kinds of fun projects that I will show more of when I get home. It looks fabulous and I think she would love it. Hope you like how it turned out Jodi.

This is Felicity, Emily Taylor is the designer and her fabric is new to Riley Blake Designs. It is looking great and the fabric is showcasing very well.

This is Boo to You! by My Mind's Eye. Our Halloween line for 2010. We're not quite finished decorating this section yet. Don't you love our Riley Blake Design Signs? I think they turned out great.
The front of the booth shows Summer Song. I love how the pillars and fabric walls have pulled everything together. Cindy and I designed this along with a local company called atmosphere ignite and we are thrilled with how it turned out.

This is another section by My Mind's Eye with Colorful Christmas. I think it is a darling line that comes in flannel and cotton.

This is another section of the design towers that we have for each of our artists. This is Doohikey Designs showing Sublime and Hooty Hoot Kangaroo.

Sample Spree was a huge success on Thursday night where we sold fat quarter bundles of Riley Blake Designs fabrics.
It was midnight Thursday when we were finally able to eat. The only thing that was open was the Irish Pub next door to us. It was on the roof top of a restaurant with an outside bowling grass area and this is a look at the pot pie. It was yummy.

I will show many more fun photos of market when I can find a faster connection and have more time to show and tell the extraordinary fun and exciting things here at quilt market in Minnesota.


  1. Wow Jina, you amaze me! The entire booth looks absolutely fantastic! Thanks for taking the time to post pics for all of us who can't be there. You guys did a great job with the new booth...honored to be a part of it. Have a great show!

  2. Great looking booth design!

  3. Nice booth! You're so lucky to be there and see all the wonderful quilts, etc. Have fun!

  4. JINA!!! The booth looks totally awesome!! Very classy! I wish I had been able to see it in person - I'm glad you posted these pics. Hope it was a good market for you guys too :)

  5. The booth looks amazing! So glad you got the quilt in time.


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