My quilt market post is a little late.
I spent 2 1/2 days with my good friend Stefanie
We found many great restaurants and walked all over the strip.
The first night we had Proper pizza and salad.
It was so good.
On Thursday we went to School House and started with Carolyn Friedlander.
Her quilts were very thought provoking.
How did she construct them?
I was determined to get her new book that is being released very soon
Savor Each Stitch
Here are a few more of her book quilts.
I absolutely love the Horizon quilt made with various solids.
And this denim quilt looks difficult but I really want to try it.
Later in the day we met up with Holly Holderman of Lakehouse fabrics
and her friend
Rosanne Kermes of Rosebuds Cottage.
Holly needed help packing swag bags for her school house.
We were looking for a break and this was just the ticket.
Holly had Cheezit's, fresh raspberries and peanut m and m's.
I couldn't pass that up so I rolled up my sleeves and went to work.
120 bags later, we were done.
Holly was awesome and gave me a pattern and
a bundle of her low volume fabric for a giveaway here on my blog.
The fabric roll is 6" x 42" of 5 different fabrics.
In addition, I added a few more goodies
including a Moda candy of Best Day Ever by April Rosenthal and
a heart template from Edyta Sitar.
Just leave me a comment including your opinion on the low volume / low value fabric trend
and you will be in the hat to win!
I'll have my daughter choose a winner on June 5 (their last day of school)