First, let me warn you that you will find much better Quilt Market Recaps elsewhere. I forgot to take pictures of most booths and didn't really "work" the show very hard. I hit the usual suspects, but I by no means saw most of the booths. But I did take pictures of the things I made for Quilt Market.
Above is Sandi Henderson and her husband, Dustin, in her booth. As usual, they did a great job with her booth and she won Best Merchandising Award. She had wanted chair covers and sent me 1/3-yard cuts of a bunch of her new Meadowsweet fabric and told me to do whatever I wanted. That made me nervous, but fortunately, she loved the results.
I basically created a "trellis" patchwork by inserting natural canvas between 5" Meadowsweet squares. I definitely wanted a solid in there, but when I used a color, it didn't show off the fabric as well as I would like. The natural really helped showcase the fabric, in my humble opinion.
Here they are again so I can admire them a bit more. Sandi loved them (sigh of relief) so I sent them home with her. Everyday she can study her fabric designs as she eats her meals.
Paula Prass was showcasing her new fabric Woodland Delight and her sometime-in-the-near-future pattern release.
That is a little girl's tunic made out fabrics from her pink and gray colorway. It has a pleat down the front with a cowl-neck collar (I don't know if that's what the neckline is really called, but you get the idea).
Her booth was also very cute and her fabrics looked great. For whatever reason, I completely forgot to take pictures of Pillow & Maxfield's, Patty Young's and the main portion of Michael Miller's booths. They were all very cute. Fortunately, Jona and her husband, Joey, of Fabritopia picked up my slack and got some good shots of those booths. I'm not very good at this recap thing.