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Fabric Fest 2013

 Fabric Fest 2013 with Riley Blake Designs was a whirlwind! I am just barely recovering, just in time to get ready for quilt market in a few weeks. I am finally back to share some of the events that we did and help you feel like you were a part of the excitement. There were so many great people, food and fun!
I'll share a little of what happened at Fabric Fest...

 This is the opening night where everyone got to meet and greet all our wonderful vendors and teachers.
See Eleanor Burns with her happy smiling face and beautiful quilt that she just released called 
El's Kitchen by Quilt in a Day.

Cute Tammy with Accuquilt.

Clover Product

Baby Lock

Cindy Cloward of Riley Blake Designs, Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt company, 
Cindy from Baby Lock.

This was our Riley Blake Designs quilt store run by Quiltique who is a wonderful store in Las Vegas.

Riley Cloward, Jo Packman of Where Women Create, Cindy and me.

Amanda Herring from the Quilted Fish and Sue Daley of Patchwork with Busyfingers.

This was my display of my pattern company called Butterfly Kisses.

 This was my class called Fine Feathered Geeks. I just released the pattern for Fabric Fest and it is now ready for stores to sell.

Chris Orton is my right hand gal when it comes to pattern writing, proofing and sewing. She's the best!

This was Cindy and my bock of the month quilt finished. you can find all the videos on our Riley Blake website.

Cindy's block of the month.

My block of the month.


This is some of our Riley Blake team that we took with us and worked to death. They are the Greatest!

Carina Gardner.

There is Randy doing what he is so great at. Selling to all the cute ladies that want to buy.

Caught ya! Amanda texting:)

Deonn Stott.

Dana filling in at Lila's booth.

Lori Holt.

Pottary Boy.

Everyone sewing pillows for Conkerr Cancer.


Sandy and Holly of Pine Needles at Gardners Village.

R House.

  Spotted Owl.

Deena Rutter.

Pie Plate Patterns.

My friends Sue Mika and Annette Flygare who came with a whole group of Alpine gals to enjoy the festival.

The Cloward Family with Sue Daley.



This is one of my patterns called No Calorie Pin Cushion by Butterfly Kisses.



 These were some fun projects I made to advertise for my booth and put among the patterns and outfits.


 I hope you enjoyed all the fun pictures.I'll be sharing more about the fashion show and some of the other fun events that we had. It was a lot of eye candy.
 I hope it inspires you to sew. 
Pull out all those projects you are working on and finish them.

Happy Sewing!



  1. It looks like your first Fabric Fest was a big hit! Thanks for sharing pictures for those of us who were not able to join you this year. (and it was fun to see the Mod GeoCruiser in some of those shots!)


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