Quilt Market recap and giveaway: day three

Sorry for the (very) late post. I know you are just holding your breath for more quilt market pics. It has been quite the Halloween.

I came up with and created (from scratch) with Abby’s costume this morning and had it as reality by 3 pm for her Daddy’s work Halloween party. Luckily, she loved it!

So, on to the Quilt Market stuff!
I wanted to go backwards to yesterday and revisit Anna Maria’s Schoolhouse. It was beautiful. And while she definitely showed off some of her new pretty voiles and flannels, she was really passionate about her hand stitching. Here’s a dress she stitched with a pattern from her new book combined with a super acidic new color way of Field Study on voile

And here is her amazing pillow. I really want to make this.

This cross stitch pillow from Bari J kind of echoes the theme of hand stitched accents and the needleworks from Splendor 1920 are in the same vein and trend as AMH’s recent release.

So, now on to a new booth! Moda really upped the ante with this little trick.

This booth was a huge mashup of 2wenty Thr3e, Posy, Simple Marks, Glamping and Honey Honey. It was pretty hard to pay attention to any of the other lines with this gigantic camper sitting there, though.
The lady behind the fabulous is Mary Jane. Her new line is pretty wild, although there wasn’t a ton of it to photograph.

There was also the darling Aneela with her adorable new line, Posy.

I can’t really wait for it. It is practically perfect in every way!

Sadly, 2wenty Thr3e was tucked in a corner and I didn’t take pictures of it. Each of the other lines just had a camp cot decorated and I was a little distracted by the huge camper. I did love the camera prints from 2wenty Thr3e, though. I’ll see if I can get a few shots of them up soon.

Over on the other side of the floor, Joel Dewberry was showing his new Notting Hill range, which is really lovely! I am seriously digging the plaids.

There are three separate colorways of the Notting Hill line, and then a gorgeous black colorway in the cotton sateen (home dec) weight.

I’m just going to post more pictures, since I kind of think they say it all :)

So, today’s giveaway is this gorgeous bundle.

My little girl loves the tote bag from Liberty (their new line is fabulous, I’ll show off a peek tomorrow :) ). It’s a really soft corduroy. There are also two mini charms, comma and glamping, a fun new modern patchwork magazine, signed Amy Butler booklet for Alchemy, Anna Maria Horner notepad, and a couple other little goodies thrown in for good measure!

Today, just leave me a note letting me know one thing you are grateful for. November is my favorite month and Thanksgiving is my very favorite holiday.

I’d love it if you’d share my little giveaway post on Facebook, and if you do it will count as a second entry, just drop me another comment. It seems like the more people who play, the more fun it is!

I’ll leave you with this little image for you to savor until I come back tomorrow :) Are you as excited for this as I am?

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147 Responses to Quilt Market recap and giveaway: day three

  1. 101
    Cecilia says:

    I’m thankful for my husband and family. Thanks for sharing.

  2. 102
    Jocelyn says:

    I am grateful for so many things. But if I had to name one, it would be my sweet hubby. Thanks for the great pictures.

  3. 103

    I am grateful for my family & my sewing machine.

  4. 104
    Renee G says:

    I am thankful for my family and friends, our good health, and abundance.

  5. 105

    I am grateful for Chocolate Kisses….and children kisses. :)

  6. 106

    I facebook shared! Yay!

  7. 107
    Kay says:

    I am thankful for sewing blogs. After years of doing cross stitch I decided to overcome my fear of the sewing machine this year. All of the blogs that I have come across are just so inspirational and lovely. I really like step by step turorials too as they usually give more details than books so are great for beginners.

  8. 108
    Shannon Reed says:

    I am thankful that all of my former students survived Hurricane Sandy. I taught at a small Catholic girls’ school in the Rockaways for four years, and remain close to my students who have graduated from there. They are struggling now, but they are alive and counting their blessings.

  9. 109
    Mary says:

    I’m grateful for my parents. In 1970 we crossed the country in a camper very much like that one. I am thankful for those memories.

  10. 110
    Angie C says:

    I’m thankful for my family and chocolate :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. 111
    karen says:

    I’m thankful for my family and our good health.

  12. 112
    Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I’m grateful for my family, especially my husband, and for my eyesight (EVER so grateful for my eyesight)!

  13. 113
    Karen O says:

    I am thankful for my children and a warm and dry home. I so wish I had the means to help the people who don’t have that in the East. Lovely photos, thank you!

  14. 114
    Kimberly says:

    Awesome recap! I love the Notting Hill, I cannot wait until it comes out. I am thankful for a relaxing Saturday today! We have spent a lot of time running around lately and there is nothing on the schedule for today. Perfection!

  15. 115
    Donna McKinney says:

    I am thankful to have my twin daughters home from college for the weekend.

  16. 116
    Suzanne Mooney says:

    I am most thankful for my children. We have gone through a really rough year, last year, and they have kept me going throughout.

    Thanks for a great giveaway.

  17. 117
    Marshall says:

    I am thankful for my family. Recently we have been thrown quite the curve ball and it’s really served as a great reminder to be grateful for family and health, to say the least.

    You did a fabulous job on your daughter’s costume! She looks adorable!

  18. 118
    Jen R says:

    I’m thankful for my husband & 2 little daughters!

  19. 119
    Tina says:

    I´m really grateful, that all my family is in good health. Now that I have two small children it scares me, when I start to imagine what could happen to them (from fall-from-tree to run-down-by-a-car) and also to the grown ups. Sometimes I miss the time, when I didn´t think about these things. Very nice costume that you did for your little girl. Great idea!

  20. 120
    lynn says:

    i’m thankful for my creative, thoughtful, funny boy=thanks!

  21. 121
    Ryan says:

    I’m thankful for all the inspiration I get through the online sewing community.

  22. 122
    Sharon P says:

    I am thankful for my family, my employment and my home!

  23. 123
    Sharon P says:

    I am looking forward to Saltwater by Tula Pink

  24. 124
    Colleen says:

    Im greatful my sister’s wedding is next weekend!

  25. 125
    Rina says:

    I am thankful for my family. I have the kind of family that no matter what we have each others back.

  26. 126
    Kelie says:

    I am thankful for your generosity!!! :)

  27. 127
    Vera says:

    I’m grateful for my family and health. Sounds like phase but it really isn’t.

  28. 128
    Sarah F says:

    I am thankful to God for many blessings…my family, my home, and my country, just to name a few!

  29. 129
    Erica says:

    I am grateful for family, especially my new niece!

  30. 130

    That’s nice! I’m so thankful for my family, that has been growing!

  31. 131
    Andrea says:

    I’m thankful for bloggers, like you!, that share their great experiences with those of us that can’t attend just fabulous events! :)

  32. 132
    Natalie says:

    I am so thankful for all of the creativity that my friends share on their blogs!

  33. 133
    Debra Lee says:

    I am thankful for good health insurance!

  34. 134
    Karen says:

    I’m thankful for my family, my health, and all the creativity I find on the web.

  35. 135
    HEATHER says:

    I am soooo grateful for my family, they are supportive and kind and love me no matter what.

    Did I see Charley Harper?!?! eeeee!!!

  36. 136
    Margaret says:

    Charley Harper…. eeeee!

  37. 137
    sandyb says:

    I am thankful for my family – a wonderful husband and two daughters and our sweet, healthy, lively grandson. Who could ask for more!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh, maybe a little more fabric sometimes:)

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  38. 138
    sandyb says:

    I shared on facebook.

    thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

  39. 139
    sue says:

    As many others who have posted, I too am grateful for my family and extended family. Too often I hear stories of families who just don’t get along and it makes me realize just how lucky I am. I am truly blessed to have great parents, siblings, children, and in-laws.

  40. 140
    deborah pruett says:

    I am grateful for the love of the Lord in my life and my family, and friends.

  41. 141
    Sarah says:

    I’m thankful for my fabulous family and boyfriend

  42. 142
    Sarah says:

    I shared on FB

  43. 143
    Katherine says:

    loving your photos

  44. 144
    Janet says:

    My wonderful husband is unbelievably kind and helpful. I am very blessed.

  45. 145
    Sara says:

    I am grateful for many things… I can’t complain, I have a pretty happy life

  46. 146
    Meg says:

    I am thankful for my family and a husband that watches the kids when I want to get in some sewing time :)

  47. 147
    Allison C says:

    I’m grateful for my hubby, my dogs, my family, my new house, and my hobbies that keep me sane.