A few more shots today. Too tired for much commentary. That post market exhaustion has officially hit me.
… new charm pack pillow pattern. I am in love with the look of my fabrics mixed with linen!
… my favorite corner of the booth, with the beautiful green fruit cart that MODA let me use for my booth. Just love it. Wouldn't mind it in the middle of my living room! How about it Lissa?
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Your booth is just wonderful – I want to live there! All the new quilts and fabric are just amazing, you’ve outdone yourself!!!
That cart is really cute. I’m thinking.. find an old dresser at a yard sale.. add a box around the top.. paint the whole thing to match your decor. Now the fun part would be fill the whole top with fat quarters to look at every day.. (ahhh). The wheels that look like that might be a difficult find.. but you can keep your eyes out.. and some simple handles attached that look cute to they eye.. you could make something as spectacular. Because it was a dresser from a yard sale.. bonus drawers on the side 🙂
Beautiful booth!!! I LOVE everything.
your booth is gorgeous, I wouldn’t mind the fruit cart either.
I didn’t have the opportunity to go to Market, but from what I’ve been able to see from my computer, your booth is my absolute favorite of the bunch! It was just so light and casual and effortless (although I’m sure it took A LOT of work!). Simply beautiful!
Your booth looked utterly delicious. Excited to hear more about market!
How very, very pretty your booth turned out!!!! All kinds of quilts and pillows that scream “you HAVE to make me!” 🙂
Oh, I keep meaning to ask you specifically what linen you used. It was beautiful!
I know I’ve been enjoying various stitching linens piled atop my-to-be quilted Scrap Lab top this week! Thanks for powering through your exhaustion to get these pics up for us! 😀
LOVE, love your booth! You deserve to be tired!! 😉 That had to have taken such a long time to put together. I’m sure that it was worth it in the end and I pray that you continue to get lots and lots of wonderful feedback from companies, customers and friends. Great job! Debbie
Your booth is beautiful! Just love love your fabric line! Cant wait to get my first Strawberry Fields BOTM!
Love, Love your booth! It looked cozy, heartwarming, and like a day in the country. Thank you for sharing. I can understand how you feel the post market fatigue. I wish you the best. Your fabric line is gorgeous.
Rest up and have a super great day.
I’m wondering where the pattern is of the grey and red appliqué quilt. I don’t see it in the patterns link. It’s beautiful.
Wow-your booth is gorgeous! Oh the lucky people that actually got to see it. By the way, is the lovely fabric in the first photo your new line coming out this Fall? Gorgeous stuff.
Simply beautiful photographs of your booth. It would have been so much fun to be there, but the next best thing is to look at your pictures.
I too would have given you the Best in show ticket as your booth looked absolutely fabulous 🙂 I love your new range fabric with linen too. Gorgeous!!
I’m thinking.. find an old dresser at a yard sale.. add a box around the top.. paint the whole thing to match your decor. Now the fun part would be fill the whole top with fat quarters to look at every day.. (ahhh).
The fabric is absolutely stunning and the display so tastefully done.
Everything about those pictures just makes me feel good!
The linen does look fab with your prints. And I love that cooking-apple green: it seems to go with every fabric. Hmmmm….what can I paint?…x
Hi Your booth looks yummy!!!!!!!! I can hardly wait for the cushion pattern, so cute
I would have loved to come! And just sit in awe!
Just came upon your blog yesterday!
Now I just have to get me some of your fabrics – to add to my stash…
By the way, do you have a pattern of that cute cape (with the hood) that that cute girl in your banner is wearing? I would love to make that.
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