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2013 Spring Quilt Market 2013 Day 4

I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend!

It was a working weekend holiday at our home.

Here are some more images from market showcasing Hipster.


On the left you can see Kensington which is such a beautiful sophisticated line. 
This is designed by Emily Taylor.


This is Ashbury Heights designed by Doohikey Designs.


Ashbury has a beautiful large main print and is a great line for teenage girls with it's fun colors and cute telephones.


Hooty Hoot Returns is a favorite that we have brought back with some different colors and a new chevron print.


Deena Rutter is the designer of So Happy.  This is such happy fabric with bright colors and cute houses and hexie prints.


Our new Sew Together items such as ribbon, lace and buttons are showcased in this section.


This section is all about our cotton stripes. The Fine Feathered Friends quilt featured below is a quilt I will be teaching at Fabric Fest. Check out the details here. I will be releasing the pattern soon.


These are the knit stripes and prints. It's a jersey cotton with some spandex and is so beautiful to work with.



Simply sweet is designed by Lori Whitlock and is such a sweet girls line. It has wonderful coordinates and fun bright colors.



The Neons are a hit. We are having so much fun designing with these bright bold neon colors.
We like mixing the neons with our solids from Riley Blake Designs.


Tasha Horsley is the designer for Little Red Riding Hood. The prints and colors are perfect for so many cute fussy cut projects.





Here we showcased the new colors that we have added to the chevrons including the school colors.


This was our make and take section where we had our designers teach demos and make and takes all day long.


Carina Gardner is the designer of Remember. Her new doll patterns are adorable.




Bella Blvd is the designer of Too cute to Spook. This is such an adorable Halloween line.


A Merry Little Christmas is designed by Zoe Pearn and is a wonderful Christmas fabric line.


Thanks for stopping by. I have one more day of quilt market left to show.

Happy Sewing!

Jina

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