I’m glad you enjoyed the first part. It’s nice to bond with all you other Team Sandy members out there. I can’t say I did anything to merit this opportunity – just sheer luck that the owner of the shop where I work happened to invite my favorite designer to her annual retreat!
Ready for Part 2? We now return to the Sandy Klop Trunk Show already in progress.
This quilt is called Folk Art Fancy and the pattern is available at the American Jane Shop as are the patterns for all the quilts in this post. This quilt was made from blocks from an exchange and Sandy’s stash.
This beauty is a mix of prints from Building Blocks Basics and Peas and Carrots fabric collections.
Here’s a close up of some of the prints and details. (Look at that cute Pez fabric. Word from Sandy: Moda is going to reprint!)
This one blows my mind a little. It’s HUGE. But I love it. And Peas and Carrots is probably one of my all-time favorite collections. I made a Peas and Carrots quilt myself, but it’s nothing compared to this baby.
Four on the Floor from the Look and Learn collection.
I’m sad I only have this blurry picture of one of my all time favorites of Sandy’s quilts, Merry Go Round.
Here’s a close up.
Black Diamond made with Recess fabric collection.
Triple Crown made with Sandy’s Recess collection.
Wagon Wheels made from Sandy’s Happy Camper collection.
I also love the View Master quilt made from the panel from Happy Camper.
This applique quilt, Mothers and Daughters was also made with the Happy Camper fabrics.
This quilt is called Oh My Stars and is 94″ square!
It was made with star blocks from a quilt exchange as well.
Around the Block made with Sandy’s Punctuation collection.
(Again, sorry, not the greatest photo.)
French Country made with Le Petit Poulet collection
Another Block of the Month Quilt called Alphabet Quilt.
Whew! I feel like I’ve sprinted to the finish. That is definitely most of the quilts Sandy brought but not all. I’m glad you liked them too. I just love the colors especially – the bright, primary colors feel so classic.
So I purchased the Merry-Go-Round pattern (which I’ve been meaning to do for a while now)
and she graciously signed the cover. I think I’ll frame it. 🙂
This really was a dream come true. I am trying to think how many quilts I’ve made with Sandy’s fabrics – at least a dozen, if not more. Every time one of her collections hits the shop where I work, I always ask to make the sample for the store. (And my boss kindly obliges.)
Many thanks again for coming Sandy! I think every person there thoroughly enjoyed her. She was so much fun. And hopefully she doesn’t think I’m some crazy stalker. (Which, okay maybe I am, but I don’t want her to think that.)