I’m reposting this, thanks to the Great Blogger Outage that erased the previous version +comments. (Grrr.)
Here are a couple of final sneak peaks of projects I’ve been working on this week. It is for a VERY cute new collection for Michael Miller by new fabric designer, Sarah Jane. I’ve been a big fan of Sarah Jane’s prints for a couple of years now so it was a huge honor to get to help her put some things together for her booth this week. You can see more of her new collection here.
I promise to share finished project pictures next week. Once the madness of this week dies down. I am so excited to go and just be a proverbial fly on the wall of this craziness called Quilt Market. I was going to try to make a new bag or cute camera strap before I go, but that’s not looking likely to happen at this point. (Which is kind of okay, because I don’t know if I could handle the stress or the politics of whose fabric I would choose! 🙂 Anyone who’s been before have any good advice for a Market novice like me?
If you are wanting the latest Market updates (because let’s face it, it may be a couple of days for me to recover and post pictures) be sure to visit PamKittyMorning for the list of reports. (Click above.)
I can’t even imagine what it must be like to be trying to put together a booth for Market. It must be insane. Or the stress of trying to go and market yourself – I feel very relieved not to feel that pressure and to be able to just go and enjoy the spectacle of it all. Or the stress for a non-party-planning-type-person trying to figure out how to plan a bloggers meetup/party? Oh wait…
For anyone still interested in coming to the Quilt Market Meetup who wasn’t able to get reservations: the weather forecast is looking awesome so we’ll have extra overflow space on the patio. Yay! Feel free to drop by. We only have enough swag for those with reservations, but we’ll have plenty of food and door-prizes for all. I only wish we could have ALL of you there. You are such fun people. People who get my fabric-loving-weirdness. 🙂
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