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Quilt Market (part 1 & 2)

November 2nd, 2010

Fall Quilt Market was a whirlwind speed event. My market-mate and bestie Mo and I had only one full day at market, so we had to speed through it. Speeeeeeeed through it. We got in a lot… but also missed stuff too. I was armed with my iPhone camera, and Mo was armed with my other camera… between us both I hope we got it all covered.

Off to Quilt Market… I left the house somewhere between 0′dark thirty and the butt crack of dawn - and accidentally left an hour too early for PDX.  That’s ok… it gave us time to run through McDonald’s so I could get a MacGriddle.  That takes me to four MacGriddles consumed this year.  Now I’m over my annual quota by 3.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

I soon met up with my #PDXflygirls Mo and Kristin - and as we boarded our flight… our personal DirecTV monitors greeted us with today’s top news. Yay… F-14’s ready to shoot us down.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

After we arrived, we checked into our hotel, changed, jumped on the beds and left for Fabric 2.0 - hosted by the party princess J. Caroline - along with Michael Miller Fabrics and Stash Books. Oh the fun! Everyone was there in one place at the same time. And where was my camera?

After the party, off we went for a late night dinner at Guadalajara. We were a large group and they accommodated us with ease. Great food, drinks and service… and we were there almost an hour past closing. Honestly… I could have been there 5 hours longer. How could I not… I was with the best peeps ever. I have a good memory… but I also have good margarita ordering skills. In seating order (with the help of Heather’s photos here)… Susanne, John, Charlie, Ryan and his wife Mandy, Traci, Elizabeth, Kristin, Cyndi, Brioni, Katy, Jona, Heather, Mo, Bari, Kathy, Rebecca and me.

Having had a great night’s sleep in the best beds we’ve ever slept in… Mo and I had breakfast with Cyndi - who found a gem of quick/cheap/good little cafe/cafeteria called Au Bon Pain place across from the Four Seasons - I got my milk and oatmeal… and off to Market we went.

One of the first quilts that greeted us was a darling Susan Branch quilt.  Dear, sweet Susan.  I love her!  Hi Susan!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Barbara from QuiltSoup shows us the secrets in her beautiful quilt.  What looks to be lace behind the hexagons, is actually embroidery Barbara did.  Dreamy!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

On my list of must meet peeps was Jackie (who I’ve been bloggy buddies with forever and have never met) - and while I was waiting to say hello and introduce my self to Melly of Melly & Me - low and behold the person who was photographing her was Jackie!  Fun, fun, fun!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Jenean Morrison and Mo - Love Jenean’s fabric… loved her both (and loved her… she’s SO NICE!).   The judges loved her too - Jeane’s booth won for most creative!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

I was bedazzled by Anna Maria’s fabrics and booth (and I fell i love with this heart quilt) - and we got to meet Anna Maria’s sweet mom and chit chat with her a bit.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Tula, Tula, Tula… WOW did Tula deliver.  I’ve always been in awe of the magic that flows out of her pencils and what transforms into beautiful fabric (I ♥ Parisville)… and now I’m in awe of her super talent as a stylist as well.   I can’t believe her booth didn’t get an award.  #acrimehasbeencommitedinTexas.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

One of my huge thrills was meeting Katy and Brioni - who came all the way from the UK.  LOVE THEM.  And so did everyone else.  We’ve started a campaign to have them move to Oregon.  #wishfulthinking.  Katy sports a tat of a Tula owl, so I asked if Katy and Tula would indulge me in some Theatre in The Booth.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Rockstar alert.  John aka QuiltDad indulges me in a little Stephen Colbert pose - showing us his beautiful ribbon quilt he made with Parisville for the Free Spirit Fabric booth.  John is BY FAR the coolest and nicest person and talented and funny and genuine and bigbrotherhuggable person I know.   If QuiltDad is not your Homeboy… I feel very sorry for you.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Another one of the #PDXflygirls is our own Elizabeth Hartman, aka Oh, Fransson! Elizabeth’s new book The Practical Guide to Patchwork is an AMAZING book. I have a copy (friendship has it’s privileges!) and it’s must have book for everyone. Open it up and a beginner will say, “I can do that!” - and a seasoned quilter will say, “I want to do that!”. Yes… it’s for everyone. Ev. Er. Y. One. And it’s a beautiful book. Eye candy. By the time I hit “publish” on this post, E’s book will be into the top 500 bestsellers rank on Amazon (it’s currently #644 as I type this, and E’s book is #16 in Amazon’s Home & Garden section. Ina Garten’s book is #19).
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

SQUEAL!! My sweet friend Lori has a sneak peek of her first fabric line - Sew Cherry with Riley Blake! I’m so excited for Lori! Lori’s talents and aesthetics sing to me. Plus I adore her. And I think she made Sew Cherry just for me!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

More squeals! My good friend Cyndi also has her first line with Riley Blake - Daydream! So beautiful and I’m so happy for Cyndi. CLEARLY Riley Blake is the coolest of cool, as was their booth. Loved how they had everything laid out and it was easy to see all their lines and products. It’s no surprise they won an award for best merchandising.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

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Part 2
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ANOTHER #PDXflygirl with her goodness… Our sweet n sassy Violet has a darling purse pattern with Indygo Junction (it’s hanging under the “tion”). You can read more about Violet’s purse at here or on her blog post. I love her purse!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Kate and Mo at Kate’s booth, celebrating the release of her latest line with Moda called Central Park. I LOVE THIS LINE and I love Kate’s inspiration for it! I love Kate! Kate is THE NICEST person on the planet and I’m in such awe of her. Kate oozes kindness and talent. Kate’s booth was so cute… it was like being in a park made of fabric. I’m shocked Kate’s booth didn’t win an award. #anothercrimehasbeencommittedinTexas. Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

SWOON! Melissa’s new line of Swoon with Andover. I love it… I love her! Loved seeing Melissa and Beth at market. Always fun, always full of adventure and good times… and Melissa also came with The Letter. Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Finally it’s Mo’s turn for some show & tell! Here we are at the Blue Hill both where Mo proudly shows us her next line called Magic Garden. I LOVE THIS LINE SO MUCH. I thought Mo’s Party Dress was the bomb… and she went and outdid herself! I can’t wait for it to be printed - no doubt Mo can’t either! Kudos to Blue Hill and winning Multiple Booth, Second Place!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Penny, me and Sheree in Sheree’s Alchemy booth. I love these two and because of blogging I feel like we’re old, old friends! Check out Sheree’s blog post about market and see how beautiful her booth was. Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Pillow & Maxfield’s booth at Michael Miller. Super saturated color and bold happy prints. I wanted to lock myself in this booth. Serious mad love. I got so excited I pee’d a little. Ooops Michel Miller… you might want to rethink your iconic white carpet in the future.
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Aussie. Aussie. Aussie. Oi. Oi. Oi. What a thrill to meet my Lecien fabric sister Rosalie! She may be the “me” of Melly and Me… but she’s also sistah to me. It was such a thrill for me to meet her, and bonus joy I got to meet Leanne too! Suckaroo though… I never got to see Natalie and my other Lecien sister Lynette! I’m so happy I did get to see my newest Lecien sister Sarah and her husband Damian! Love them too. I heart my Aussie peeps soooo much!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Good times at the Better Homes & Gardens booth village. I LOVE my friends at American Patchwork & Quilting and Quilts & More. I’m hamming it up with Lisa, Jody and Maria (behind Lisa). Loved seeing everyone - (missed you Stumbo and wish you were there!). Do you get the AllPeopleQuilt.com weekly newsletter? If not, you SHOULD. Seriously. It’s so good and packed with so much goodness. Plus you’ll get to see Lisa’s smiley happy sunshiny face in the top corner with each issue. To the right is my “Project Runway” quilt (made with my Holiday Happy) it’s in the upcoming Winter issue of Quilts & More.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

My newest Lecien sister Bari. I can not wait to see what she’s been cooking up for her Lecien line that’s to debut at Spring market. Bari’s booth was so cute… and loving the chair and ottoman she rocked out in her fabric. Love that we got to spend time together!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Felt sweet delights! This company was next to the Kokka booth, and I think their name was Sewfelt. SEW AMAZING! I was able to buy 3 kits and I can’t wait to get started on them! I’ll show them when I’m done. Mouthwatering cuteness. Dying over these. I wish Pam wasn’t MIA - she would have died with me. Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas
And speaking of Kokka (who’s had me at Echino)… I saw THE fabric that made me force myself to exhale. If anyone asks me what was the one thing that was most memorable or exciting to see at this market… it was THIS fabric. Melody Miller’s Ruby Star Rising for Kokka. I was so gobsmacked by it I didn’t even get any photos! Luckily Melissa did… and she pretty much wrote E X A C T L Y what I thought about Melody and her new fabric.

Finally, finally, I get to meet Pat IN PERSON! What a thrill. And she was even more awesome in person (which I knew she would be). And if meeting Pat wasn’t enough, I got to meet her at the same time as seeing my rockstar donut toting friend Cherri! I love these women!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Speaking of rockstars… next stop Patty’s booth. Mo, me and Patty. I could have moved in. I admire Patty so much. If anyone reading this is considering a career in fabric or garments or patterns or ANYTHING… Patty is a role model for women in business. Heck… anyone in business. Patty is one classy broad, and she makes everyone feel special and valued AND delivers kick ass cute stuff time and time again! I love Patty and I feel blessed to be her friend (I know… there’s a long line of us!).
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

M’a girls. I LOVE THEM SO MUCH! Traci, Violet and Mo. And see our cute badge holders? Traci made them all for us. Really sweet, really cleaver, really cool! And best part… Traci sells them (contact Traci via her shop for custom orders)! We’re at Lizzy’s world famous Cake Party. I didn’t get any photos, but I’m sure they’re around (put “lizzy cake party” in your googlereader seach). Lizzy OUTDID herself and made a cake in honor of Jana’s infamous pin incident. And speaking of love… I love Lizzy and Jana so much too!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Tear. The crazy deer heads at the Kokka booth started crying as the announcement was made that Market was closing for the day.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

Off to the airport we go (Kristin, Traci, Violet, Mo and me) - #PDXpartyplane fules up with breakfast (surprise… oatmeal and milk for me). I asked for a “small”, and the cafe-lady handed me a small bucket of oatmeal. I guess in Texas that IS a small. Also notable, the airport PA announcements repeated over and over and over about not making any inappropriate jokes. SERIOUSLY? Then why was I so taunted in the airport and on the plane?!
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas

And we’re off… Traci, Mo, Violet (and Kristin in the row behind us) on our way back home. We had a wonderful time. Saw wonderful friends. Traci and Kristen ordered wonderful fabric. We all were inspired. Back home, and tucked in and snug with our families.
Quilt Market Fall 2010 - Houston, Texas
Next stop… Salt Lake City!!

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Is there a name for a person who has 3 cameras and fails to take photos or mention people in my rambling above? Whatever the name… that dill weed would be me. So this is like a yearbook, and the people with missing photos get a silhouette image and a big angry “ABSENT” written on the bottom. Except I’m the really crappy yearbook editor. So crappy I don’t even provide the silhouette. EDIT: I had the intention of listing all the people I didn’t take photos of or mentioned above. I got to about two dozen people listed, and I was struck with a super panic, “what if I missed someone’s name?” - so I deleted it all. Please forgive me. Everyone who I spoke with, who I hugged with, who I shook hands with (sorry for the sugar donut residue I passed on)… everyone of them was a wonderful moment for me. I love my quilty peeps so much! xoxo, m

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61 Responses

  1. The fabulous mo allegedly said:

    First! Whoa did we have some fun or what?!



  2. The fabulous Mary ann allegedly said:

    Oh all the yumminess! I can’t even keep track of my wish list anymore.
    I have seen Tula’s booth everywhere and you’re right, can’t believe it didn’t win something, the drawings were stunning!



  3. The fabulous Amy allegedly said:

    Le Sigh, us peons had to stay home…



  4. The fabulous John Adams allegedly said:

    Monica!! I can’t believe what you wrote about me. Sweetest. Thing. Ever. Hanging with you is always the highlight of my quilting adventures. Hope to see you soon! PNW bound? ; )



  5. The fabulous Cindy allegedly said:

    Daaannggg! That looks like serious fun. And all that name-dropping. It’s just not right.



  6. The fabulous Kim Walus allegedly said:

    Sew Sew Fun!!! It looks like a blast. I hope to visit market someday. Maybe, I can make it to the one in SLC in the spring. That would be SEW SEW FUN!!



  7. The fabulous Jackie allegedly said:

    Your market post rocks! I loved looking at market through your eyes, it seems that I missed a few things. But alas, I am sooooooooo glad that we bumped into each other at Mel’s booth. That truly was the highlight of my day! You rock!! Oh and I am sorry I didn’t get to podcast you, I know you were there for a very short time. But I did get to podcast our homeboy… John (QuiltDad) and he truly is everything you say. So look for his podcast to be released soon!!



  8. The fabulous Kim allegedly said:

    OOOOOOO I WANNA GO NEXT YEAR…



  9. The fabulous Megan allegedly said:

    Watch out. I’m gonna be a stowaway one of these days!



  10. The fabulous kelly allegedly said:

    so jealous! one of my fellow LAMQGers went to market, and at our meeting last night she showed us brochures and pamphlets and told us all about it! (she’s about to open a store) we were all drooling!



  11. The fabulous stephanie allegedly said:

    How FUN!! And how JEALOUS I am!! One year, I will be there, I promise!



  12. The fabulous Mary on Lake Pulaski allegedly said:

    You were there - I wasn’t. Thanks for showing me what I missed! Really.



  13. The fabulous Theresa allegedly said:

    You crack me up!



  14. The fabulous Caroline allegedly said:

    Ahhh so much fabulousness - too much to take in!!! What a wonderful trip!



  15. The fabulous dorothy allegedly said:

    i LOVE reading the market reports–thanks so much!



  16. The fabulous amylouwho allegedly said:

    oh I wish I’d been there to be on the list of people you met in person! I’ve seen you in some other pics on Flickr - and now I want to hang out with your fun-self even more!! xo glad you had fun!



  17. The fabulous Kristin allegedly said:

    In retrospect our 48 hour whirlwind was a bit ridiculous, right?! I missed so much! Next time we’ll have to stay the whole week. And thank you for not posting any pictures of me on the return flight, lol!



  18. The fabulous Nadine Woodraska allegedly said:

    Oh, I am so jealous! please tell me you are coming to Utah next Spring!! You can stay with me!! borrow my car, whatever it takes (I don’t cook though) because we have to play! I do know of a great quilt shop that you could play at and even shop after hours! Oh and if that didn’t tempt you “Lori” is a local. I have connections!
    Nadine



  19. The fabulous Sally allegedly said:

    Sew Cherry IS just for you. It has to be! I also love Daydream. Just beautiful.



  20. The fabulous sew many ways allegedly said:

    Thanks so much for the tour. So funny to be scrolling through your pictures and see someone that I know. Jackie lives about an hour from me. I met her for lunch and fabric shopping with 2 other friends! It was a great day. Hopefully our next road trip will be to Ikea and maybe find a quilt shop for more fabric. Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures.
    Take care,
    ~Karen~



  21. The fabulous Paige Hill allegedly said:

    CRYING HERE!!!! I am SOOOO jealous!!!! I still *Heart* you though …. Can’t wait for SPRING:)



  22. The fabulous Cindy allegedly said:

    Oh, you girls! I’m so glad you had fun. :)



  23. The fabulous Stefanie allegedly said:

    I’m drooling over here! Give me M-O-R-E!

    Lots of love for you my friend,
    Stefanie



  24. The fabulous Stefanie allegedly said:

    Oops forgot, even though I didn’t “see” Tula pink’s booth, I also think that a crime was committed. Just sayin!

    Stefanie



  25. The fabulous Hannah allegedly said:

    everything looks amazing! thank you for sharing such beautiful pictures, looks like it was A LOT of fun!!



  26. The fabulous Tammy allegedly said:

    Great tour through Quilt Market!!

    And I see me and my Saturday touring buddy in the line for Elizabeth’s book signing :-)



  27. The fabulous Leslie Schmidt allegedly said:

    Well, I’m exhausted just reading about your trip! How did you get all that crammed into one day? I get started reading your posts and end up losing my way, wandering off to check out all the links. Looks way cool. Thanks for the trip.



  28. The fabulous Renee allegedly said:

    Wow, Monica, I’m so jealous. For those of us that got to stay home, at least I can say I got a peek. Don’t forget part 2!



  29. The fabulous Jenny Limb allegedly said:

    I am crying very large crocodile tears because I missed you. What is this in and out business. You left right before I arrived. But I did score a little bag of yours from Elizabeth! I will be blogging about it. I will be needing your address so I can send you some goodies I have for you since you were not there when I was!



  30. The fabulous Melody allegedly said:

    Thank you so much for sharing these pics. Fabulous.



  31. The fabulous Sew Create It - Jane allegedly said:

    It looks like such fun! How do you sleep at night? My brain would be going into overdrive with ideas of things to make!



  32. The fabulous Tabitha O. allegedly said:

    Thanks for sharing! Living through you….one day…one day…..I will be there lol



  33. The fabulous Tami allegedly said:

    {sigh} someday I’m gonna go…



  34. The fabulous Sabine allegedly said:

    Liebe Monica,
    it seems as if you had a real good time!! Die Bilder sind so schön, es hat Spaß gemacht, sie sich alle anzuschauen. Thanks for showing!!! :o)
    Have a wondeful day and liebe Grüsse,
    Sabine xx



  35. The fabulous Judith Hogan allegedly said:

    Wow. Thanks for the tour. Can’t wait for part 2. It must be really cool to meet up with the fabric designers and people you only knew from their blogs. Wish there was something like that here on the west coast.



  36. The fabulous amy allegedly said:

    And then what happened????? Seriously, Elizabeth’s great book is gonna get the Happy Zombie Bump.



  37. The fabulous Katy allegedly said:

    Holy shizzles - we had some fun. I’d totally forgotten about the marker pen/Tula Pink incident.

    Mizz Zombie, you are a true angel. Loves you x



  38. The fabulous Ineke van den Akker allegedly said:

    Fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
    greetings from Holland,
    Ineke



  39. The fabulous Thimbleanna allegedly said:

    You’re so cute! Inquiring minds want to know … is there ANYone who you DON’T know at market??? You did SO much better than I did — I only got pictures of about three people before market even began. After that is was all a big hard-working blur. It was really fun to see you again — maybe someday we’ll actually have a moment to chat again!!! (I LOVE that weiner shirt — where did you get it??? I looked in the happy store at the airport and totally missed it — BooHoo!!! And speaking of weiners, did you see SW3’s Halloween Weiner — tooo, toooo cute!!!)



  40. The fabulous badlands quilts allegedly said:

    Wow what a great summary…what a whirlwind of a day. I’d say you did well to take what photos you did/names you remembered, etc. for a day that busy!



  41. The fabulous Cyndi allegedly said:

    Thanks for all the fabric lovin’s Monica! :) Wish we could have seen each other more in the whirlwind… xxoo See ya soon?



  42. The fabulous Julia allegedly said:

    yay, what a super zombie recap! thanks so much for sharing with us…
    why is it that market passes so fast…can’t believe it’s over already? must be a space-time-continuum thing…;)
    I’m in serious trouble…soon all the gorgeous stuff will hit the stores…I may write a wishlist to Santa…but will he listen??



  43. The fabulous DianeY allegedly said:

    Great recap! But where da spam musubi stay go? (Whoops-just read you have a measure to curb spam)



  44. The fabulous Sally allegedly said:

    I can’t think of enough adjectives to adequately describe how fabulous those felt sweets are. I can’t wait to see the ones you make.



  45. The fabulous Diane allegedly said:

    Thank you for sharing your adventure at Quilt Mart Monica! Loved all the pictures and learning all about your friends!

    You made me feel as though I was right there with you - I can also smell the donuts too!



  46. The fabulous Sherri allegedly said:

    So many great photos! I can’t wait to get some “sew cherry” fabric…and I thought Kate’s booth was amazing too! SLC…I can’t wait!



  47. The fabulous WendyMT allegedly said:

    God bless your ever-lovin’ heart for sharing what you have of your time, thoughts, photos and most of all your blessed humor! I so look forward to your posts and this insight into market. You rock!!! THANKS!!!



  48. The fabulous Mary Ann allegedly said:

    Great tour on the run! can’t believe everyone you managed to hug, greet and laugh with in about 2 days! Thanks for sharing with us who have to stay home.



  49. The fabulous Leslie Schmidt allegedly said:

    Seriously, how do you tear yourself away from one gorgeous booth,designer, company, etc. to get to the next one? I couldn’t soak it up fast enough to move along. Too much goodness in one place. Thanks for the photos you managed to squeeze in during your whirlwind adventure.



  50. The fabulous brioni allegedly said:

    More than happy to be absent as i got the hug AND the sugar donut residue *smug smile*. I think that is a more than fair trade! :-)



  51. The fabulous kate spain allegedly said:

    oh monica, you are too cute! thank you for including me in your colorful recap. it was soooo great to see you again and to meet the inimitable Mo. only wish we could’ve spent more time together! xxoo



  52. The fabulous Jona allegedly said:

    I’m in the same sorry boat Monica! I’m deathly afraid I’ll forget to mention someone I saw at Market. But I saw YOU and I’m stating that right here!



  53. The fabulous Patty allegedly said:

    I LOVE YOU, sweet friend! This is the first #QuiltMarket recap I read as soon as I plugged in my laptop this morning and what a way to start! Thank you so much for your sweet words… you are so special to me! And I already found a special place for my St.JoJo plushie… he is on the dining room windowsill facing out so everyone can see him and so he can wink at prospective buyers as soon as they enter our home. :) So glad I go to see you!!! xoxo, patty



  54. The fabulous bari allegedly said:

    i loves ya, Monica. It was so great to see you! I can’t wait to see what you’ve been cooking up either! XO,
    b



  55. The fabulous nanette allegedly said:

    You did a great job for a 1 day gig girl. Wow. My head spun with what you did and who you met. Good for you. Next stop SLC and you will meet all my gals that I hang with. Fun fun fun. I know market has ups and downs. It is tough to get it together and get there and have it all perfect. A one day wonder seems the way to go though. You didn’t have to worry about a booth. I’m just excited to be in the next market fun. Loved your post.



  56. The fabulous Jen in NY allegedly said:

    Wow. Super wow. I love your market posts, you always make me feel like I was there. You’re right about Ruby Star Rising…so cool. LOVE the vintage dishes ones.



  57. The fabulous Charming's Mama allegedly said:

    So are you coming to Salt Lake or did you just fly through on your way home. I would seriously like to meet you if you were coming here. It would be so much fun.



  58. The fabulous Pam allegedly said:

    Omg I missed so much…especially you.Xo



  59. The fabulous pat sloan allegedly said:

    You are so darn cute.. and how fun to be the first booth to pass the sugar donut love! Cherri rocks the donuts!



  60. The fabulous Penny allegedly said:

    Great post Monica! Wasn’t market just awesome? It was so nice to meet you (and Mo) too!! Quilt market was so far above and beyond what I could have expected. Everyone was so welcoming and real and fun.



  61. The fabulous sewkatiedid allegedly said:

    awesome awesome awesome. Hope to go when the book comes out!



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