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2013 Spring Quilt Market Day 2

This is the front side section of the booth featuring Bake Sale designed by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet. You must check out her website where she will keep you posted on her patterns here.


As you can see there is lots of kitchen inspiration. Lori's designs include cute kitchen bowls, spatulas, flowers and lots of fun vintage color and design.

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Cute bowls, cupcake pincushions, cakes,baking jars, aprons and of course fabulous quilts which Lori is working on the patterns as we are speaking are all showcased on these shelves. Don't you just love those baking jars for sugar and flour? Notice the mixing bowl quilt on the far left.


Do you see the cute Bake Sale banner? So much cuteness!


On the other front side of the booth is Sue Daley of Patchwork with Busyfingers. 


Sue is known for her English Paper Piecing method. Check her out at her website and blog here. She travels the world teaching her method.


As you can see everything is so inspiring and makes you want to get your scissors, thread and machine out to sew.


Both Lori Holt and Sue Daley will be featured teachers at Fabric Fest 2013 in Las Vegas on
September 9-12 with Riley Blake Designs.

Stay tuned for more pictures from Quilt Market.

Happy Sewing!

Jina

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