Saturday, May 25, 2013

Quilt Market Recap Part 2

Alrighty, are you ready for more? (To see Part 1 go here.) I did my best to consolidate, but still give you a glimpse of all the pretty. Buckle up. Here we go... Riley Blake has added some new basics to their offerings including stripes (in many different widths) and ginghams. (There's the official Gingham Style suit!)
A few more glimpses of upcoming Riley Blake collections Kensington, Ashbury Heights, and Boy Crazy (cute triangles!) as well as a quick pick with designers Shari Butler and Carina Gardner.
A few quick glimpses of the Michael Miller area: Designers Emily Herrick and Violet Craft who both had awesome new collections Technicolor and Waterfront. Also a familiar quilt and a giant swan boat ride.
The Freespirit/Westminster Fabrics booth is always full of pretty inspiration.  (R-to-L): Joel Dewberry, Jenean Morrison, Denyse Schmidt's new collection, Florence, which has lots of great colors and prints, and pretty stitchery by Anna Maria Horner.
(clockwise) Heather Bailey had an AMAZING giant bird embroidery on her wall and green turf as the floor. Her booth won an award. Tula Pink's booth is always full of color, Oliver + S and the Straight Stitch Society (which I love!) and Pam Kitty Morning's cute new collection.
The Kokka booth. I always love to check out this one. Cute, kitschy Hello Kitty prints, new collections by Melody Miller and Ellen Luckett Baker. Love those tulips!
And guess, what? More fabric from more fabric companies! These companies are smaller, but always have amazing, fresh designs: (clockwise) Birch Fabrics, Dear Stella, Monaluna, Rashida for Cloud 9, and Blend.
Robert Kaufman had some fun new stuff including these saturated tones from new designer, Jennifer Sampou.   Not my typical style, but I loved how the batik-y looking stripes looked used in the quilt and dress. A simple way to add design elements letting the fabric do all the work. Also the new cutesy Hello Tokyo collection was darling.
Speaking of Robert Kaufman, they had a great collection of new apparel weight fabrics including denims, chambrays, swiss dots, etc. Some great things! There is one of my cute roomies, Andrea, who sewed a lot of the samples for RK.  Other cool apparel news included a range of colored denim by Indygo Junction. The weight was SO nice and felt so soft. They'd had some cool sample garments and a nice Union Jack Pillow. Riley Blake is offering a selection of knits now too.
Some amazing designers and their booths: (clockwise) Jen Kingwell from Austrailia. Holy Moly. Amazing quilts. The picture of the full booth does not do them justice. You can see in the close up shot that there is so much amazing detail. Emily Cier of Carolina Patchwork. It was so neat to see her work up close as well. I love her use of color and placement. Just beautiful. And Debbie of Esch House Quilts had her first booth. I love her minimalism. Beautiful work there too. 
One of my very favorite booths of Market belonged to Jodie of Ric-Rac. Ric-Rac was one of the first sewing blogs I ever read.  When it clicked that she was standing there live and in person, I about flipped. And then to see her cute goodies, live and in person, including the dress made entirely of selvage strips, I about flipped again! Also the fact that Jodie was hysterically funny to talk to.
And just to round things off (in case you've been waiting) coming soon to fabric collections near you: One Direction and Bobba Fett!  And finally, at one point we were just mozying along, looking at booths when I looked up at a hanging quilt and suddenly thought, "Hey. That quilt looks like one I made. Wait! I did make that quilt!" There was my Blooma quilt that's in the current edition of McCall's Quilting magazine.  I hadn't seen it since I sent it to Blend Fabrics last September. It was nice to be reunited, briefly.

And there you have it. My report of Spring Quilt Market 2013. You made it through the end.
Since I was feeling sad that we couldn't all be there hanging out together, I brought back a few treasures and decided to give them away. I divided them into two piles so that I could spread the joy.  If you want a pile of Quilt Market Loot, just leave a comment. I'll randomly pick two winners on Thursday. GIVEAWAY CLOSED.

Winners:  Maria said...

Great recap! Thanks for the chance to win.
And: Cathy K said...
Thanks for sharing this tantalizing glimpse of Market. Someday I have got to GET there! And thanks for the links, too. I will have drooling - er - reading material for hours! :-) Cathy K in SLC

385 comments:

  1. Quilt market recaps are always so inspiring and fun to read. Thanks!

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  2. Thanks for reporting back for all of us who couldn't be there!

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  3. Loved seeing all your pictures - it sounds like you had a wonderful time. Thanks for letting us in on the fun!

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  4. Look at all that Quilty Goodness!!!

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  5. Thanks for all the awesome photos! I can't imagine being there in person with so much to see! It's overwhelming just in the pictures :)

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  6. thank for sharing all the lovely photos!

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  7. great recap!! thank you for sharing!

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  8. It looks as if you had a great time. Thanks so much for sharing. I want to do so many things.

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  9. thanks for letting us know how market was.

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  10. Thanks for the great review, looks like so much fun.

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  11. That was a great glimpse of market! Both of those stacks look like lots of fun. I would love to win!

    brookeali(at)Hotmail.com

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  12. Great to see your view of Market Amy! What fun.

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  13. It is so much fun to see all of the interesting things that were at Market. Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Wow! Lots of eye candy here!! : )

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  15. So many gorgeous fabrics, thanks for sharing with us! I'll have to get cracking using up some stash so I have room for some of these lovely fabrics to make their way to me!!

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  16. Thanks for sharing all the Market photos.

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  17. It's like you went to quilters/fabric heaven. I don't know if I'd ever want to come back. There's soo much eye candy to take in, how do you come down from such a high? Thanks so much for letting us all take a peek and for the generous giveaway! ;-> Toni Anne

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  18. Quilt Market looks amazing!!! Thanks for the great pictures and the fun giveaway.

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  19. Very nice recap, Amy. Thanks!

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  20. Sounds delightful...hope I can experience it someday!

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  21. It all looks amazing. I love Pam kitty morning but also loved the teaset with Sarah Jane's children at play on it!

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  22. Thanks for taking the time to do these great posts - I love seeing all the pictures from Quilt Market! The talent and creativity never fail to amaze me!

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  23. Each booth looks amazing. Thanks for such lovely photos, and for the giveaway!

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  24. Thanks for taking great photos and sharing with us. Its nice that you were reunited with your quilt for just a little while.

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  25. Ahh, I loved the post, thank you! It's such an inspiration to see so many beautiful works!

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  26. Great pictures! I love seeing all of the beautiful quilts with the new lines:)

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  27. Love the round up! Makes me feel like I was there!

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  28. Thanks for sharing all the market goodies!

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  29. Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing for those of us who can't attend!

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  30. Love the recap...it looked like so much fun!!!

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  31. I love market loot. Thanks for sharing yours.

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  32. Love all the pictures...so nice to see so many designers booths. Thanks for the chance.

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  33. So many great pictures! Thanks for sharing :)

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  34. Thanks for a fantastic round-up. I saw many things that hadn't been shown on any other blog! :-)

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  35. So much to see! Thanks for sharing!

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  36. Wow, you did a great job with so many awesome pictures! Thanks so much for sharing! You even included some designers I wasn't aware of!:)

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  37. Thanks for the eye candy, and sharing your goodies.

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  38. Wow thanks for sharing all the great pictures!! And for sharing some of the loot too :-)

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  39. Thanks for the tour..must be so fun! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  40. Thank you for sharing, quilt market looks AMAZING and I'd love to experience it one day!

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  41. It is wonderful to see all the pictures - so many ideas in there. Thank you for opportunity to win!

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  42. Looks like fun, my daughter and I really want to go to quilt market someday...ahhh Thanks for the goodies for giveaway! Glad you had a good time.

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  43. Thank you for sharing your great pictures, so inspiring. Okay my fingers are crossed.

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  44. Love the pictures! They definitely make me want to be better at doing things so that maybe someday I'll make it!

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  45. Thanks so much for sharing Quilt Market with us. Looks like heaven to me!

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  46. Not too long a post at all - it's really great to see and hear all about the talented artists that attend. Now I have to go learn more about these folks. I'd love some goodies! I'm waiting for my Chapters (the Canada version of Barnes and Noble) to get the Modern Baby quilt book - fingers crossed I win it, or that Chapters gets it soon!

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  47. Loved your pics and recap of Quilt Market! Would love to win one of the piles of "loot." :)

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  48. Thank you for sharing. Now experiencing So.Much.Fabric.Lust.

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  49. I would love quilt market loot! :)

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  50. What a lovely set of pictures...Made it seem a little bit like we were there. Everybody's booth are so bright and cheery. Can't wait until I can go to a quilt show like this. Thank you for sharing.

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  51. Great post, thank you so much! Alas in New Zealand we have no events of this size or calibre, so its lovely to see it from your eyes. Thanks for sharing.

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  52. Thank you for the pictures. The fabric and quilts are so inspirational!

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  53. Thanks so much for the awesome re-cap! Such beautiful inspiration.

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  54. The fabric colors are amazing! As are the quilts...

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  55. Thanks for sharing! Someday I hope to go to market - I just need to tag along with somebody!

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  56. Thanks for sharing the loot!

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  57. It was so awesome to visit the quilt market together with you. Thanks for sharing it was sew inspiring
    Britt-Inger from Sweden

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  58. That seriously looks AAAAH-mazing!!!

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  59. What fun loot you have to give away. Love all of the photos.. I was there helping out a friend in her booth (we were the crazy girls giving out the Quilting Hottie buttons that she generally passes out at her trunk shows and lectures) and even though I snuck away to walk around twice, I still missed a lot of what you have pics of. Thanks for sharing! I love Jodie, too!! And was stunned to see the selvage dress in person.. it was so amazing!! Meeting her in person was one of my favorite moments too. :) xo

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  60. What a great time Quilt Market looks like. I wish I could get there - definitely adding this to my bucket list.
    Can't believe you met Jodie - she is one of my favourite people!! I love her patterns and her sense of humour.

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  61. Wow! Quilt Market looked amazing...wish I could have been there. Even the pictures have given me such inspiration for future projects. Thanks for sharing!

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  62. Wish I had been there... But seeing all these pictures are the next best thing

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  63. Thanks for sharing all those photos and your thoughts on Quilt Market - I loved hearing about it! So many beautiful fabrics!

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  64. That seems like so much to take in with only a few days to do so, Thanks for the chance to win a bit of it :)

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  65. Thank you, the best recap I have seen. I am attempting one of the Jen Kingwell patterns at the moment. Great detail!

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  66. Thanks for sharing your photographs with us. :) I really like the great close-ups of all of those beautiful projects.

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  67. Thank you, the best recap I have seen. I am attempting one of the Jen Kingwell patterns at the moment. Great detail!

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  68. Wow great post! Thanks for all the beautiful pics and the info.

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  69. How exciting! Thanks for sharing information about new fabrics. Love to look at all the different lines.

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  70. Love seeing all the new fabrics and living vicariously through your photos!

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  71. Thank you so much, Amy, for the extensive recap!! Best round-up I've seen so far! Great post!!

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  72. Those fabrics are mouthwatering! LOL! Thank you so much for showing us all this goodness!!!
    And a fabulous give-away to boot? You're too good!
    Esther
    ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  73. So many beautiful fabrics. From Poland - Dorota

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  74. Thanks for the great tour through quilt market. Truly inspirational.

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  75. Glad you had such a fun time, and thanks for the tour of Market :o)

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  76. I love that giant bird embroidery, that and Tula Pink's butterfly quilt were the things that really caught my eye, so beautiful :)

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  77. Thanks so much for giving us a little tour! So inspiring!

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  78. I wish I could go to market one day but the traveling costs would kill me. Thanks!

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  79. Thanks so much for sharing all the gorgeous stands and new fabrics

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  80. All last weekend my husband had to hear me talk about how miserable I was I couldn't go to the quilt market...maybe one day!

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  81. I love seeing photos of all the booths - Jen Kingwell's looks as amazing as her quilt patterns!

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  82. Thanks for sharing your photos - it looks like you had good fun, but I still don't know how you manage it to take everything in!
    hanks for sharing some of your goodies too!

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  83. Thanks for your recap. Love reading about market and seeing all your pictures

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  84. Thanks for all your pictures. Sure wish I could have been there, too!

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  85. Thanks for sharing so much that you saw at market. Thanks also for the chance to win some goodies.

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  86. I am just starting out quilting and would love some loot!!

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  87. Thanks for sharing all the pretty!!!

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  88. Great pictures of what looks to be a fun, sensory overloaded, inspiring time!! Your pics have inspired me to get started on my queen sized quilt!

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  89. I loved your QM photos! Thanks for sharing and the chance to win some quilt stuff!

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  90. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing them! I love Jen Kingwell's patterns, happy to see that she was at Market.

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  91. Thank you for the recap on market! I always love reading the various blog posts, seeing all the beautiful fabrics and patterns.And thanks for a fun giveaway too.

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  92. Thank you for sharing all your pictures! Great inspiration for us. Now we can dream about all the new productes coming soon!

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  93. Did you ever feel like collapsing into the fetal position and sucking your thumb while looking at all that amazing quilty and fabric goodness?! Oh my gosh. I can't imagine seeing everything in person. Thanks for sharing the pictures!

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  94. this looks like such a blast!! I'm not so sure I could contain my composure without jumping up and down and squealing like a little girl if I saw a quilt I made on display at market!!

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  95. Looks like you had a great time. Thanks for the peek into all that amazing fun!

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  96. Oh my...... I'd love some of those wonderful goodies! Thanks for sharing your loot and your memories!

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  97. Thanks for sharing the great pics of Market. I wish I could attend once. LOL It's good to see all the stuff. Hope I win one of your generous give aways!

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  98. I can just imagine the visual overload that market is. I hope to see it in person myself some day. Thanks so much for sharing all the great pictures.

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  99. Ooh, thanks for sharing! I loved your pictures from Quilt Market, especially the ones that weren't from major fabric companies.

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  100. sounds like you had a fabulous time. Thanks for sharing the cool pictures.

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  101. Love this post. Thanks for all the great pictures!

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  102. Would have loved to went to quilt market. Loved seeing the posts about it. Thanks for sharing the loot.

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  103. Some year I want to go to quilt market. I'd love some loot in the meantime! :)

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  104. Just wanted to let you know that Jennifer Sampou is not a new designer, she has been (or at least was) designing fabric since I started quilting 15 years ago.

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  105. Thanks for the market recap!

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  106. I should be doing the dishes, but got caught up in your pics......Thanks for offering the give-a-ways!

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  107. Looks like it was an amazing event. Thanks for documenting it and sharing the quilts fun with everyone who could not attend!

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  108. It it is always so terrific to see the amazing talent and ideas out there. Thank you so much for sharing it all with us!

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  109. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I love being able to live vicariously through your photos and great descriptions. Hopefully some loot would make it feel all the more real. Again thank you.

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  111. I hope to make it one of these years. It looks like so much fun!

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  112. What a super documentation of the weekend! Very inspiring!

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  113. Thanks so much for the recap! Sounds like you had a great time!

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  114. What a wonderful experience. I only wish, sigh...........maybe someday. Thanks for sharing and the wonderful (hoping) chance to win. Pick me, pick me. (-: Once again, put your feet up for a little bit Amy and thanks again.

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  115. Your pic collages are a great way to recap your trip!

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  116. Have been visiting my son and his family in Portland for the last 10 days and soooo wanted to go to market! Seeing all the great pictures makes me want to sneak in next year in someone's handy dandy tote bag!! (A very large one!) Thanks so very much for sharing your experience with us!!

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  117. Love the recap and the surprise end, a giveaway awesome, I would love some Market Loot!

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  118. Amy thank you so much for allowing us to live through the quilt show. It is such an inspiration to see what others do with their quilts. Thank you again and for the chance to win a giveaway.

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  119. Thanks for sharing all the beautiful Quilt Market pictures! I can almost see myself there! Someday....

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  120. Thanks for all the pretty pretty pics. Maybe I'll get to go someday!

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  121. Thanks for all the amazing pictures! And for sharing the loot :D

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  122. Some year I would love to take a trip to Quilt Market! Thanks for sharing all the fab pictures.

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  123. I love seeing all of the quilt market booths! Thank you so much!

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  124. Thanks so much for sharing! It almost felt like I was really there!

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  125. Thanks for the recap. Sounds like you had a great time.
    Sarah

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  126. I love all the photos and thank you for taking time to do all of this for your bloggers.

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  127. Thanks for taking the time to give us such a great recap - and all the pictures were awesome. I'm glad you had the chance to attend!

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  128. I love those little matryoshka dolls in one of the last picture mosaics!

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  129. Ooh I love that dress too! Those diagonal stripes would be quite flattering in that design. Thanks for the inspiring photos.

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  130. I went for the first time. It was amazing. Thank you for sharing your goodies.

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  131. Glad you had fun! Thank you for the awesome goodies!

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  132. Thanks for showing us the quilt market pictures and especially the captions so we know who is who and what is what! Would love to win either pile!

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  133. Great photos! Thanks for sharing :-)

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  134. Thanks for the giveaway! Quilt market looked amazing :)

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  135. A pile of lot? Yes, please! One of my life goals is to get to quilt market. Sigh.

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  136. Thank you for sharing your great photos.

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  137. love hearing about quilt market! thanks for the giveaway!

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  138. Thanks for the market tour! It was fun getting your birds' eye view.

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  139. Oh my gosh! Quilt market goodies! What could be better! Thanks so much.

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  140. Awesome! Wow there was some amazing stuff there - okay, I won't whine because we mere mortals weren't allowed into this quilty paradise. :-) Thank you so much for sharing the pictures and for your giveaway goodies.
    - sunshdws at yahoo dot com

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  141. Thanks, as always, for the lovely giveaway!

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  142. It is hard not to want every single print in Florence! I feel that way about each new collection as it comes out!

    I just picked up the baby quilt book on Amazon. It came Friday and I love it!

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  143. I would love some Quilt Market loot. It looks like you had a lot of fun. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  144. I love reading quilt market recaps, thanks

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  145. Thank you for the lovely photo tour of Quilt Market. What a dizzy-ing display of loveliness! I would love to win a packet of goodies -- thanks for offering this opportunity.

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  146. Thanks for the chance to win!
    I'd love to see some of the fun things you brought back with you!
    cindy

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  147. So nice of you to bring Market to us! I would love to win one of your goodie piles! Thank you for sharing :)

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  148. Thanks so much for sharing some of these great pics - saw some fabric goodness no one else had shown!!!!

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  149. Yes, I would love to win some quilt loot! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  150. Oh my gosh, AMAZING photos! Thank you so much for sharing them. So envious that you were there to take it all in personally, but thankful that you are letting the rest of us live vicariously thru you. Can hardly wait until all of these great lines begin hitting my LQS.

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  151. I'm so jealous. Looks like you had an amazing time!

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  152. Quilt Market looks like it would be sew much fun. Going to a quilt market is on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing the pics and for the generous giveaway.

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  153. I wish Portland Quilt Market would have a day that just interested people could come see all the beautiful displays! Thank you for sharing.

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  154. Thanks for sharing your market photos - so many amazing booths and quilts! Looks like you had a great time there and thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. thanks so much for sharing these lovely photos, would like to be there! thanks also for a chance to win!

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  156. Great pictures - thank you for sharing!

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  157. Thanks so much! You have some great pictures that I haven't seen other places. So glad you were able to go and have fun!

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  158. Someday I will get to go to market!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  159. I so wish I could have been there. Looks like an amazing time!

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  160. I love your posts, Amy. Thanks for sharing the Quilty joy!

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  161. Looks like there was lots of fun and inspiration!!!!

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  162. I would love some quilt market loot. I'll never be fortunate enough to attend quilt market, ever.

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  163. I love the way you organized your pictures. Very nice eye candy. What gorgeous fabrics and quilts. Thanks for sharing your loot! K-

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  164. I can imagine that when you're there your fingers are itching to get started on something new! Thanks for the chance to let one of us commenters participate.

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  165. Thanks for bringing us along to Quilt Market! Reading your blog is so much fun---my quilts and fabric choices are so much more fun since I've been inspired to break out of my box!

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  166. Looks like you had fun! And both sets of loot look lovely :)

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  167. Wow, how fun! It has been several years since I've been to market!!!

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  168. Thank you for sharing all of that talent out there. Must have been great to be among it. So inspirational. Thanks for the chance to win

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  169. Love you pictures, Amy! Thanks for making my day. So fun to see fabric and fun people.

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  170. Thanks for all the info on quiltmarket...and thanksfor the chance at the goodies!!

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  171. Thanks for the photo tour of quilt market. Thanks for sharing the loot too.

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  172. OOh! Would love that loot! Thanks for your constant inspiration and sahring your talents! satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  173. LOVE LOVE LOVE all the pics :) Since I didn't get to go the pics were the next best thing :D Thanks

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  174. I just pinned the utube video!! Hi-la-ri-ous!! but my boyfriend doesn;t seem to get it.... ;) xoxo klarie

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  175. Oh, that is so sweet of you! I've been enjoying all of the fabulous photos - it looks like you had a wonderful time!

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  176. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope some day to go to quilt market!!

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  177. One day, someday, I hope to go to a quilt market! THEN, I can die and go to Heaven!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  178. Thank you for the great photos from Quilt Market and the chance to win some prizes...loved seeing all of the new fabric coming soon!!
    Tami
    tamiquilts(at)att(dot)net

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  179. Gorgeous pics. Thanks for sharing!!

    stillrogers(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  180. I would love to win some quilting loot! Loved the pictures.

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  181. Wish I could have been at Quilt Market, it looks like so much fun, seeing all those wonderful designers. Since I couldn't be there, I would love some QM loot.

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  182. Thanks for sharing this tantalizing glimpse of Market. Someday I have got to GET there! And thanks for the links, too. I will have drooling - er - reading material for hours! :-) Cathy K in SLC

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  183. Thanks for sharing pics of Quilt Market. So much fabulous eye candy. I think it must be overwhelming. But it sure is fun to see pictures!

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  184. Loot yes I'd love to have a bit of your loot how kind of you to share quilters are better sharers than pirates

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  185. I bet it was hard to go back to your hotel room at night and not want to sit at your machine and create all nite...talk about overload inspiration....

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  186. Such great pics of all the booths, wish I could have been there.

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  187. Unbelievably Gorgeous stuff!! Wish I could have gone. Looked to be fun. Thanks for the opporunity.

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  188. Thanks for the review. It's fun to see all the beautiful fabrics and quilts.

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  189. Sweet! Looks like an amazing time was had by all. I love the details on those quilts!

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  190. Quilt Market has now been officially added to my Bucket list! Thanks for sharing your experience there and for the great give aways.

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  191. Great pics from Quilt Market!
    Thanks!

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  192. Thanks so much for sharing your Quilt Market photos. I've been watching the lectures on Craftsy. It would be a blast to attend. Especially LOVE the "Hello Tokyo" fabric. The booth represented the fabric in such a eye catching way.

    Congratulations on being reunited with your quilt! What a wonderful surprise. :)

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  193. PICK ME PICK ME!! I love the 2nd and final post of the Quilt Market!!

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