SchoolhouseTop: Kathy Miller of Michael Miller fabrics talking about color, quilt by fellow Portlander Anne Woodman. Me in moustache at Riley Blake Schoolhouse , Bari J's Schoolhouse for her new 1920 Splendor line. Portlander Kristin Link (Sew Mama Sew) and below Crissy Roth of Fabric Shop Network. Tula Pink Quilt and Jenean Morrison Quilt.
I did take so many more photos and I'm even in some of them. I've made some mosaics for you and you can find the photos on my flickr page.
EventsTop: Opening reception. Crazy lines for Shopping Spree which I didn't even participate in (what was I thinking?) Jacey and I, Lizzy House and I, her new line is beautiful!
Top Left:Tula Pink I love her new Saltwater line, Echino!, Carolyn Friedlander Architextures which I loved, Anna Maria Horner Booth, Zen Chic by Moda, Jen's Quilt in Melody Miller Booth, Amy Butler Booth, Charlie Harper quilt patterns, and Melody herself I loved her booth!
What can I say there were so many inspiring booths!
I was also at market to show my fabric designs to companies which explains my lack of blogging over the past month. It was exciting, scary, and I hope the start of a new path. I had 4 meetings and had great feedback we'll see what happens next but I am so hopeful. I wanted to thank everyone there who was so supportive of me. From friends Suzy, Bianca, Heather, Jacy, Lisa Anne, Kristin, and Bari. To teachers and designers Lizzy House, Angela Walters, Amanda Herring, Thomas Knauer, and Joel Dewberry everyone has been amazing! Also my friends in Portland Violet, Heather, Susan, Jen T., and those Yams!
I am excited to be home for awhile and get back to sewing and designing!