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Houston Fall Quilt Market 2014


International Quilt Market in Houston...came and went so quickly...here is everything in a nut shell...short and sweet...showing off some great new fabric lines for 
Riley Blake Designs...it was a great show...visiting and seeing so many old and new friends...it's always fun to catch up...lots of eye candy...hoping you will be inspired as I was to continue loving fabric and creating wonderful things 
inspired by everything around us.


The front of our booth showcased Shimmer...





Frozen Dress by Olive Ann Designs...



The Cottage Garden by Amanda Herring of The Quilted Fish...

 




Quilted Cotton...



Wave...



Gold Sparkle Cotton...







Just Dreamy 2...Our first line Just Dreamy 1 was launched 5 1/2 years ago...



Home Dec...100% cotton duck



Knits...



Houndstooth....



My new pattern called Billie's Best Dress...Butterfly Kisses Pattern Company...




Quatrefoil...











Cute Dress by Marie Madeline...






Roots and Wings by Deena Rutter...





Containers by Indygo Junction...


Fancy Free by Lori Whitlock...


Surfin Cats...RBD Team




Snapshots by Stephanie of Bella Blvd...



Adorable Dress by Talia...Cute pillow by Freddies Friends...


Trendsetter by Jodi at Fancy Pants...


On Our Way...RBD Team


Primrose Garden by Carina Gardner...


Scoot Quilt by Kelli Fannin...


Halle Rose by Lila Tueller...


Lost and Found by Jen Allyson for My Minds Eye...




Year of the Ninja by Scott Jarrard...


Kimino Dress by Patty Young...


Good Natured by Marin Sutton...


Romancing the Past by Sue Daley for Penny Rose Fabrics


Julia made this beautiful dress...butterick pattern...



Paper Dolls Bakery... for Penny Rose Fabrics


Olivia...


Shannon and Sue Daley from Patchwork with Busy Fingers... Love these ladies...they make market so fun...they run Millhouse Collections which is our exclusive distributor in Australia for 
Riley Blake Designs Fabric...


Quilt Market is always an inspiring place to be. 
There are so many amazing, creative people with fun new products and projects on display....hopefully you were all inspired too...

Happy Sewing!

Jina


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