Fall Quilt Market 2013: Sunday - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Fall Quilt Market 2013: Sunday

Another day at Quilt Market has come and gone! We are having so much fun here in Houston for International Quilt Market 2013. Seeing the booths, hanging with our quilty friends, and getting very inspired! Want to see a peek? Keep reading for more photos from Quilt Market 2013 and be sure to check out our Twitter, Facebook, YouTube channel, and Flickr for more behind-the-scenes updates from the show.

The FQS gang ready for a fun day at Quilt Market

Zen Chic showing off the chic and modern Sphere collection in the Moda booth!
Deb Strain doing a painting demonstrating in the Moda booth. 
Kate Spain and her ‘Never Give Up On Your Dreams’ quilt featuring Daydreams. 
Polly and Laurie of Minick and Simpson give us another gorgeous red and blue collection, Grant Park!
Jan Patek in her booth with quilts made with Front Porch!
Sewing is definitely fun when you sew with Gina Martin’s Sewing Box!
All ducks are following along with American Jane’s Ducks in a Row!
The stunning Mastering Miniatures Block of the Month hanging in the Marcus Brothers booth.
Stunning projects made with Downton Abbey fabric by Andover.  We can not wait for this collection to arrive!
Calm and soothing Drift collection by Angela Walters for Art Gallery Fabrics.
Calming and cool colors in the new Sausalito Cottage collection by Holly Holderman for LakeHouse Dry Goods!
Lori Holt’s Quilty Fun book on display in the Riley Blake booth!
Julie Herman and her Park Bench Block of the Month in the Robert Kaufman booth!
The cute Butler couple in Amy Butler’s Hapi booth!  
Pretty Quilter’s Garden projects by Lynette Anderson for RJR Fabrics.
Ann Kelle in her charming booth!  So much color! 
So much creativity in the Robert Kaufman booth!  Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander is definitely a favorite! 
The Vintage Play quilt by Suzn Quilts in the Red Rooster booth.  Love this quilt? It will be a kit at FQS!
The regal Affairs of the Heart Quilt Kit really shows off the Jinny Beyer palette!  
Trendy, fresh and organic!  It can’t get much better than Cloud9 Fabrics! 
The Abbey Lane ladies never disappoint!  We love all of their new groovy quilts! 
Spidey senses!  Fun Spider-man prints in the Camelot Cottons booth!

Quilt Market is full of book signings, and we have plenty of books to bring back to Austin! We are celebrating all of the fabulous new books with a big giveaway! We are giving away new titles like Modern Bee, Big City Bags, Modern One-Block Quilts, & Quilty Fun! Leave a comment below letting us know you’re favorite thing from our Quilt Market recaps for a chance to win one of THREE sets of books! Winners wlil be chosen and announced on Tuesday, October 29, 2013. Good luck!


  1. I love to see what's new, the trends and start dreaming and planning! So many beautiful and fun fabrics and patterns to look forward to!!!

  2. Thanks for all you showed us from Market. I especially enjoyed Gerri Robinson's Planted Seed Designs booth and her School House photos. Have a safe trip home.

  3. My favorite thing from your trip to quilt market was the fact that you shared it all with those of us unable to go through things like instagram! I guess my favorite things you showed off were the back stage talks with the designers – esp the "Spell it with Moda" quilt and Vanessa Christenson's "handmade" Thanks for sharing!!!

  4. It's hard to choose – but Fig Tree would be my first choice…but so many other great ones!! Thanks for all the great photos!

  5. I like Joanna's booth, her Pear quilt is so cute. I love the Vintage Playtime quilt by Red Rooster fabrics. Of course Camille's booth with the cute April Showers fabric is another favorite, love the Umbrellas quilt.

  6. I loved watching your video of Moda designers during School House. It was so fun to see designer personalities as well as fabric lines and quilting projects.

  7. I love Vanessa Christenson's and Camille Roskelley's new patterns and fabrics. I also love the Vintage Play quilt from Red Rooster. It's fun to see all of the booths and new fabrics and patterns coming out. Wish I was there!

  8. I love seeing the booth pictures, especially when there are quilts, bags, home dΓ©cor and clothing. It shows how versatile a line can be and sometimes shows you don't need the full line to make it work

  9. Thank you for your attention to detail in sharing the photographs. I am addicted to vintage — Riley Blake and Lakehouse. Thank you for the lovely photographs and write-ups!!

  10. I would love to be surrounded by so much color and creativity. One of my favorites is Abbey Lane Quilts who are fellow Floridians:-)

  11. I am enjoying the vast array of quilting and the many styles that make up this wonderful art we call quilting!
    I dream of one day making it to Huston…but for now I am pleased to see Market through your eyes.
    Thanks for sharing!

  12. Thanks for the great coverage of the show. I'm most anxious to get my hands on the new Botanics line by Carolyn Friedlander πŸ™‚

  13. Love seeing each of the designers in their booths — a sneak peak of their new lines and their smiling faces ! Thanks for sharing! Karen on Keuka

  14. It is so nice to see the designers and their new lines. I am trying to branch out with other designers. Wish there could have more close up pictures of fabric like Pat Bravo and Tula Pink. Too many pictires of people and not enough of the fabric. It is hard to biy the fabric from online. I think the pictures were better last year.

  15. I love seeing the new fabric collections and pattern that all the designers came up with. Makes me want to get to my sewing machine and make new things as well!

  16. I love to read about Quilt Market and see all the new things that will coming into FQS in the future.

  17. I love looking at all the booths but the thing that interests me most is the way that the designers display their fabrics and ideas. The different styles of booths definitely influences my fabric loves.

  18. I liked the video from the you tube. I liked especially Edyta Sitar's stunning quilts. I'm hoping that those patterns will come available soon. Annaleena

  19. Thank you for sharing all the photos. It is so inspiring to see what is in store for 2014. It's nice to dream and plan…

  20. Amy Butler, Gina Martin and Abbey Lane – love there fabrics and projects. Thank you for taking all these pictures and putting in the time to post them. I love it!

  21. I love seeing all the booths with the great projects and new fabric lines coming out. Thank you for the recaps, they are great.

  22. I love the excitement that is projected from your Market experiences. You guys put a lot into them, and apprently get a lot out of them, becuase you bring us products from some awesome designers. Love the colors,the displays, everything!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Debi Horne

  23. I love to see the new fabric lines – I also like to see the designers! I haven't seen a picture of Anne Kelle before – what a lovely smile she has!!

  24. My favorite thing is seeing all the booths, they sure do some creative decorating. And of course all the beautiful new quilts. I am inspired!! Can't wait to get to Festival on Wednesday.

  25. I love to see the photos of all the fun booths. It is great to see all of the designer's and their great range!. Thanks for sharing!!

  26. I'll never get to a quilt market because I'm a home quilter, so what I love is seeing the fabrics and quilts designs that are coming out. I like seeing how the designers and companies use the fabrics in the quilts they make. You did a good job of showing us these things. Thanks.

  27. I'm really interested in Gina Martin's designs and love American Jane's Ducks in a Row!
    But really, everything looks wonderful!

  28. Thank you for sharing market with us. I love seeing all the new things coming out soon. And putting faces with fabrics.

  29. I love seeing what new and seeing some of the designers that I only know by name. It's nice to put a face to the projects I love!

  30. I can't wait to read your posts to see all your colorful booth photos and see the actual designers!! All that creativity in one place!! Wow!

  31. nsuryeI love seeing the pics of all the colorful booths, especially the ones with the designer in them. Now I can put a face to the names I have heard so much about.

  32. oh my so many great new things to choose from…I want Downton Abbey for sure…and Amy Butlers Hapi is stunning…and of course we all love our Lori Holt QuiltyFun !!

  33. I was going to leave a comment even before I got to the give away part! So appreciate the photos where I can see things. So many market photos have so MUCH in them one sees nothing…just form and color. I am saving your blogs as not read so I can go back and look again and again.

  34. I loved seeing all the booths and what the trends are. I also enjoyed seeing Laurie and Polly's wild glasses. Thank you for posting pictures online. Some of us still don't use Facebook, twitter, etc.

  35. Love all the new fabrics, love that you share the photos of the show with us.
    I especially like the grant park collection and spidey fabrics.
    Every day I look forward to jolly jabbers emails and new inspiration from all of you.

  36. I love the photos of the booths. If I can't be there, it is nice to see what is new….the new fabrics and patterns to be expecting soon.

  37. Love to see all the newest fabrics and the booths. Thanks for bring this to us. I especially liked the spidery and Grant park collections. Thank you Jolly Jabber for all the updates!


  38. Thanks for the photo tour of Quilt Market. It feels like I am there! That Sew Happy pink sewing machine pillow is darling.

  39. I love seeing the designers and their creative booths. I especially like seeing what they make out of their fabrics. Thanks for sharing it all with those of us who can't go.

  40. Too much fun – your photos and videos make it possible for me to be at Quilt Market too! Thank you!!

  41. I love to see the quilts made from the new collections. And I like to see how the designers have decorated their booths.

  42. Kate Spain and her 'Never Give Up On Your Dreams' is truly awesome. Loved watching your schoolhouse you tube video. I feel like I was there:)

  43. AahhMaaaaZing!!! Love, love, love everything!! (That's my problem, I can never choose just one,). Amy Butler, Anne Kelle, and Abbey Lane are my leaders but if I had to choose just one… Anne Kelle. It looks SOOO fresh an fun! Hope to see y'all Saturday!

  44. I love seeing photos of the booths, designers, and new quilting trends. I really enjoyed watching the schoolhouse YouTube video. I felt like I was at quilt market.

  45. I absolutely love all the pictures of the booths. I especially love Kate Spain's booth. Love every line she does. Thanks for sharing Market with us and thanks for the opportunity to win!

  46. I love seeing the creativity in the booths. It is amazing how well they are put together in such a short period of time. Thanks for sharing!

  47. I really liked the pretty notebook cover by Lynette Anderson.I hope you'll carry those patterns. You capture the excitement of market and shared with the wonderful video. Thank you !!!!
    sewstar at hotmail . com

  48. I love all the pictures! The new fabric lines are fun to see which makes it fun to choose one for a new project. Books always give me inspiration!

  49. The coverage of the Downton Abby collection was my fave. Now that I have seen the fabrics, I would love to make a quilt while watching the series. Thank you for giving us a glimpse of all that is to come.

  50. I love seeing the photos of the great variety of quilts, fabrics and products from Market. I'm curious about the Downton Abbey buzz. I loved the show, but the photos of the fabric and designs didn't excite me. Did spark my interest:) Thanks so much for all that you do to include us in Market!

  51. My favorite thing from the updates coming from Market are all the new fabric lines and the awesome things made from them.

    In this post I just LOVE the fabrics shown and the Vintage Play quilt by Sue Marsh in the Red Rooster booth

  52. I love seeing all the patterns and great ideas. I really loved Heather Bailey's Lotti Da projects. I would love to make a simple dress for me from that fabric line.

  53. The photos are so inspiring! I feel like a fan watching all the stars coming down the Red Carpet. So excited about all the new fabric. I just can't pick a favorite.

  54. I feel like I'm almost there with all of the wonderful photos of the booths, Schoolhouse, and new fabrics. Thanks for the great job you did. You show cased one of my favorite designers, Zen Chic! All of it is outstanding and gets the creative juices flowing!

  55. I anxiously await each morning to see what pictures you have posted about quilt market. I love the new quilts Jan Patek shows in her booth! Can't wait for tomorrow.
    I love how you show what you are going to be selling at the store after quilt market!

  56. Your market recaps are the best ever. I love seeing all the new quilts and fabrics. I almost feel as though I've been there. Thanks.

  57. You have made each day exciting for all of us not attending this wonderful Quilt Market.. It is so nice to see the designers – their patterns & ideas – all the hard work they have put into their booths. More exciting books coming out to drool over… Thank you so much for sharing all this wonderful quilty goodness with all of us… Look forward to seeing what is new for the next day…

  58. Wow! Looks like So much fun!!!
    I am surprised to see angela Walters ahs a new collection coming out… yea!!! I always love Jaybird Quilts:)

  59. It is exciting to see what will be coming our way and then the pictures of the quilty people allowing us to finally put a face with the blog! You are fabulous for sharing with us.

  60. My favorite thing about your Quilt Market posts is just seeing all the pictures and booths and faces of the designers and your staff as you give us all a glimpse of the exciting new quilts and fabrics and books and patterns and trends in the quilting world. Thanks so much for sharing the fun! … πŸ™‚ Pat

  61. Of course it is your great pictures of the talented designers and their work at IQM 2013. Your beautiful pictures are my window into the current quilt world without the walking this year.

    Minick and Simpson winter reds are looking very good from here.

  62. I enjoy seeing the creativity in the displays themselves. Of course the individual articles are beautiful, but how everyone comes up with a creative way to display them is what I enjoy seeing.

  63. It is next to impossible to select one booth from all this creativity! My choice is Amy Bulter's booth, what colors and patterns!

  64. If I could only scoop up everything in GinaMartin's booth!!..She has so much to share of her,imagination and she inspires me every time I see her fabrics in The Fat QuarterShop web site….Have FUN for all of us who are unable to attend the Quilt Market!!!…

  65. I love your crisp clean pics of the fun you have at Market. I'm especially drawn to Anna's Awesome Applique design booth. That Jacobean bird design quilt next to Affairs of the Heart is fabulous.

  66. Boy it's hard to choose a favorite – there are so many beautiful fabrics. But I'm really looking forward to seeing the new Sausalito Cottage collection by Holly Holderman for LakeHouse Dry Goods in person! Love the purple & peri(winkle) color ways!

  67. I love seeing all the new fabric lines and projects that the designers have taken there. If one can't be there, you recap is absolutely the next best thing. Thankyou so much for all the work you do to let us see it through your eyes πŸ™‚

  68. I loved all the photos, thanks! My favorite part was of course, all the beautiful quilts. They are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win amazing books.

  69. All of your wonderful pictures (Thanks!) the tutorials (!)
    and the Schoolhouse info! Great job for us out here in blogland! Thanks again!!

  70. Wow! All the new fabrics and quilts made my day! I really liked the size of Jan Pataks quilt Front Porch…would love to see that as a block of the Month…of course,Downington Abbey was elegant just like the show!

  71. Loved it all! So inspiring to see the new things coming and made me want to get my sewing room organized so I'm ready to get more new things! Can't wait to see better photos of Downton Abby projects and line- as well as Laundry Basket's laser cut kits. Beautiful.

  72. Love seeing all of the fabrics & dreaming about what I'm going to make with them. Can't wait to get some Ducks in a Row & Grant Park.

  73. I love the new Fig Tree quilt patterns and Planted Seed Designs patterns! I'm excited to see close up photos of Joanna's new fabric too!

  74. As much as I love to quilt, I like seeing the pictures with clothing made from the new lines. I sew for my family and it's fun to see what the designers are doing with their collections that aren't quilts.

  75. I loved all the recaps you've shared, but my favorite is your schoolhouse video!! Thank you very much for that great recap! It made me feel like being there!

  76. I love being one of the first to see what's new in quilting and fabrics and the fabulous colours. Can't wait to see the Downton Abby collection.

  77. I love seeing the quilts made with the fabric lines that will be coming out. I especially like Pretty Quilters Garden by Lynette Andersen . The quilt made with this is awesome.

  78. I love that you always take a lot of photos and show them in recap posts. I'm international and probably I won't ever be on quilt market, but thanks to you I feel like I'm there!

  79. I love all of your e-mails from Fat Quarter Shop and also Jolly Jabber – such beautiful items and wonderful ideas. I always like to know what new fabrics and ideas are coming. I tried to leave a comment (below) about the Lori Holt quilt and Quilty Fun book but could not find where to make it so I thought I could e-mail you and put my comment so I could win one of the three sets of books – how wonderful would that be!!! Carol Spence

  80. I love the way all of the designers reinvent themselves each year. Looking forward to seeing each collection at the fat quarter shop blog. My next project will be a bag from Amy Butler fabrics. Yum!! Love her booth.

  81. I really like all the photos of the designers booths. Looking forward to more pictures of the fabric lines as they arrive! Thanks for the wonderful updates and the chance to win!

  82. What a dramatic quilt in Anna's Awesome Applique booth!! Love the bright colors against the black background!

    Thanks for the recap and pictures, FQS!! The book bundle sounds like a good giveaway–thank you.

  83. My favorite thing is the pictures! I love all the color and designs. You know what they say, a picture is worth a 1,000 words:)

    Thanks for the chance to enter.

  84. Kimberly, and all,
    a few of my favorite things: the packs of Aurifil thread,
    quilty fun links to You Tube, the awesome – let me repeat awesome video of Downton Abbey estate, pictures with authors of the new books would be handy for ordering.
    as far as fabrics, winter wonderland bunny hill. But to the photographer, this is great coverage. Want to zoom close
    And full screen the pictures.

  85. My favorite thing is all of it! The kaleidoscope of color and patterns and smiling faces. I can feel the enthusiasm all the way out here in the boondocks. πŸ™‚ If called upon to choose a single element, I guess I am most excited to see more of Minnick and Simpson's new red, white, and blue line–I have Quilts of Valor on my mind this morning.

  86. I love seeing the new fabrics. I didn't even know that Riley Blake came out with a line of Zombies! I found and purchased zombie fleece to make a quick blanket for my god-daughter for Christmas and wanted to make a pillowcase to go with it. This line is just want I needed!

  87. Picking a favorite is about the hardest thing you have asked. But, I think my favorite for Sunday's pics is the Downton Abbey, by Andover. The display looks luscious

  88. I love getting to see a glimpse of all the new fabric lines. I also like to see the designers in their booths. They all put together such wonderful arrangements of fabric, quilts and objects. It's such a treat to get the snapshots. Thanks for giving us the tour.

  89. I love seeing the booths and all the ideas of new things to make. Thanks for another lovey giveaway.

  90. You have to be one of the hardest working people in quilting. Thanks for taking the time to keep all us mere consumers abreast of quiltmarket happenings; it's been delightful to watch your posts throughout the weekend. I really appreciate your breadth of coverage and upbeat style, it's a delight to read your posts!

  91. Can't hardly wait till the Vintage Play quilt from Red Rooster Fabric is a kit and on sale at FQS. What a lovely quilt with all those vintage patterns and colors.
    Love the fabric for the dress and pillows. Can't hardly wait!!!!!!!

  92. Love all the new things coming soon! I love the new Amy Butler things, and Kate Spain's designs are awesome as well.

  93. My favorite things were photos of the booths. Just love being able to spend time going back to the photos and making a list of what patterns and fabrics I won't be able to live without.

  94. How to pick? you do such a great job on your presentation and layout designs of your web pages. The formats are so nice and so well written. You bring through a personal chatty style in just a few words. I love scrolling through the daily blog posts, but then clicking on all the twitpics is great too..lock down..I really enjoyed the Youtube video. I really appreciate you offering such a connection to you and the quilt show.

  95. I love the ultra-creative designers' booths, especially the April Showers fabric creations in the Bonnie and Camille booth.

  96. I would really love to make something out of the Downton Abbey fabrics. Loved the commented by Vanessa of V & Co from schoolhouse. "I licked it"

  97. I love seeing all the finished quilts! I've especially loved Jaybird's "Park Bench", the Zen Chic Sphere collection, and Schoolhouse's "Quilts Made with Love".

  98. Like seeing all of the new colors and fabrics for 2014. Partial to all of the new modern ideas from Jaybird, Vanessa Christenson, and Zen Chic.

  99. These are my 3 av. things so far!!!

    Julie Herman and her Park Bench Block of the Month in the Robert Kaufman booth!

    Drift collection by Angela Walters for Art Gallery Fabrics.

    Camille with April Showers by Bonnie & Camille!

  100. Love the pictures – thank you for posting and sharing. I love the Red Rooster fabrics booth – I have one RRF quilt and fell in love with their colors. and it is an off the beaten path choice in my area, so I know I am getting something unique!

  101. My favorite is The Vintage Play quilt by Sue Marsh in the Red Rooster booth, next is Jan Patek's display and Lori Holts booth with all those patterns! Wouldn't I like to run my fingers through them!!

  102. Love the opportunity of sneak peek at what's coming in new fabrics and patterns. Thoroughly enjoyed the schoolhouse video.

  103. Thank you for sharing photos of Quilt Market. I really like Zen Chic's modern sphere collection and Kate Spain's inspiring "Never Give Up on Your Dreams" quilt. Such beautiful quilts are displayed at Market; I wish I could see them in person.

  104. It is such an eye opener to see all the designers in their booths. Loved the Downton Abbey fabric projects from their booth and Jan Patek's. Thanks for the offer!!

  105. I loved every second of Schoolhouse – Vanessa's comment about licking her quilt was priceless! Thanks for including all of us by working so hard to tweet and post!!

  106. I liked seeing all the pictures you posted from "Schoolhouse"the best because that is really what I would like to attend at Quilt Market! Your pics of everything including the many wonderful booths were great, also. Thanks for sharing!

  107. I really liked Julie Herman's new block of the month Park Bench, but I also loved Kate Spain's new line- Daydreams. Maybe I am daydreaming of a park bench! LOL!

  108. When I couldn't go to the Quilt Festival last year because of Hurricane Sandy, all your photos and stories made me feel like I was there with you, and up-to-date with the new colors and lines from the designers. This year's photos have just been wonderful! I love the sneak peeks into the new lines, and the sample spree video you posted. Thanks so much for the insights and including us along the way!

  109. I like to watch the relationships foto from Quilt Market. Because of the distance I can not be there in person. I regret, because it's so interesting trends and new inspiration!

  110. I like seeing how the designers create the visual displays for their booths – very interesting aspect of their creative sides.

  111. Being in Australia the possibility of attending Quilt Market is pretty remote, so seeing it through your eyes is possibly the next best thing. I am enjoying seeing all the designers in the flesh (so to speak), and all their new designs.

  112. SO fun seeing the new fabrics soon to be out! Must check out Cloud 9, Sausalito, Drift…

  113. I love to see all of the new lines and the wonderful quilt designs created to showcase the new things. Great job sharing so much when there was an overwhelming amount of great things to share.

  114. Wonderful to be taken around Quilt Market, I don't know if there are such a lot of people as at Quilt Festival but it is lovely to see so much with no obstruction. Amy Butler's booth is my favourite, such saturated gorgeous colour! Thanks for all your hard work and sharing with us.

  115. I just love seeing all the unique creations in the booths!! Wish I could go and touch it all! lol! So many talented and creative souls!! πŸ™‚

  116. I am just stunned by the quilting & the little bitty pieces used in the vining garland in the quilt behind Polly and Laurie of Minick and Simpson. By the Gods, my eyes twitch & my fingers cramp at the thought of placing those pieces so delicately……

  117. Love looking at the way everything is displayed and seeing all the fun new exciting fabrics that makes me want to buy them all.

  118. I have to say, seeing the designers with the collections they've designed is super interesting…but it's really all the pretty new fabric that's keeping me glued to my screen!

  119. May favorite things from your trip to market is all the photos of the booths of the designers. It shows you a little about the personality of each designer. I really enjoy all the photos!

  120. I'm looking forward to seeing (and buying!) the fabrics in Holly Holderman's Sausalito Cottage collection. thanks for great coverage of Quilt Market.

  121. I love to see the pics of the booths and all the bright colors of the fabric, quilts, and booth decorations. So fun to see the new designs and ideas!

  122. I love seeing all the new fabric collections! But I saw a quilt I'd love to make. It's in the Zen Chic photo, on the far right side. A aqua background with red in the blocks. Love those colors together.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

  123. Every photo of the booths make my brain spin around with new sewing project ideas – where to start? Looking at the photos it seems like I was there, thanks.

    Anna D

  124. Julie Herman's Park Bench BOM is awesome! Just opened the email from FQS saying it's available in January. FQS is awesome too!!

  125. I love seeing all the different creative ways booths are set up. These people are fabric designers for good reason! The Ann Kelle booth is great!

  126. I love seeing the designer's booths and the projects they've made. So many ideas for a new quilt, clothing and accessories. mfrapp_83 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  127. I love to see the newcomers to the arena (like Angela Walters) and silently wish them a profitable year! Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

  128. All the beautiful new fabrics at Market make me want to buy fabric and start a new quilt! Can't wait to see it available in the Fat Quarter Shop! Love, love, love all the Quilt Market pictures!

  129. I find the posts with the pictures of the booths , new books and products very inspiring. I want to work on things I have started and try some of the new things I've seen.

  130. My favorite thing is seeing the variety of quilts – I'm new to quilting and so it's good to see other quilts for inspiration (the more of these quilts I see, the more I think I need to try out triangles and stars)

  131. I've loved all the pics of the designers with their fabrics and quilt patterns made into real quilts. It's wonderful to see the faces behind the gorgeous fabrics we all drool over and lovingly make into our quilty creations!

  132. I think my all time favorite is the new red and white Winter Wonderland from Bunny Hill – I love it!

  133. I've LOVED all of your awesome photos, seeing the yummy new fabrics and being able to put a face with a name. Thank you for the giveaway and for sharing Market with us! ☺

    my nana maree @ yahoo . com

  134. For me, your Fall Market pictures are the best. It's fun to see what's coming, even if I can't be there in person. The booths are so fun to see. Thank you.

  135. I love all the pictures of the booths
    and fabrics. Thanks for giving us a
    peek at Quilt Market. (I REALLY, REALLY, would love to win Quilty Fun)
    Thanks for the chance to win!!


  136. I love seeing the videos on You Tube…I watched the Moda Schoolhouse last night and just love that you guys make it so I feel like I was really there! Thanks for the chance to win!

  137. I love all the photos of the designers in their booths amongst their fabrics and quilt creations!

  138. I love a the beautiful pictures of the quilts and new fabric lines. I especially like all the happy faces sharing in the events and wish I could attend. Maybe someday…. πŸ™‚

  139. the best part of your recap is seeing all the new fabric coming out, and what the designers have done with those fabrics. Give me lots of ideas.

  140. Just love seeing all the booths and imagining the delight and color explosion of being there in person!! Fascinated by the color and applique on that Regal Affairs of the Heart quilt.

  141. I like seeing the projects and designers showing off their collections! We usually don't see the person behind the design so that is always fun

  142. Oh the new Angela Waters collection is a must have, of course the new Kate Spain line will be mine when it comes out and the Gina Martin's Sewing Box will have to be a must have too. I love them all.

  143. I think I love the Downton Abbey collection the most of all of the showings. I love the show and I think the collection did the show justice. Was glad it was not just panels of the charactrs, but a true fabric collection. Thanks for everything you have shown us.

  144. I love all the photos of everything. I would have loved to have been there but seeing all the photos I feel like I at least got to see some of it. Of course I didnt get to feel it but I could almost feel some of the fabric. Thanks so much for sharinf

  145. Of course it has to be all the pictures!! They provide inspiration and motivation. I love getting the preview on the new collections!

  146. Drift by Angela Walters….thanks for a chance to win…I no longer live in Houston and miss the show!!

  147. I can't wait to see the Downton Abbey fabric line in person! I always enjoy your blog posts of quilt market and all the pictures you take of the booths and designers. Thank you!

  148. I love the pics and geting to see what you are seeing! I can't wait to get my hands on Big City Bags from Sara Lawson. I've taken a class w/her & love her stuff!

  149. I really enjoy seeing all the new things and I'm so happy you've shared it all with us. It's really inspiring! I'm ready to get started! I think my favorite is the new Park Bench block of the month from Kaufmann fabrics but I also LOVE Angela Walter's new line and am excited to see the Downton Abby fabric as well! It's going to be a good winter after all!

  150. I need a sewing machine pillow like Gina Martin's Sewing Box! And my son who collects rubber ducks needs a quilt made from American Jane's Ducks in a Row! And Botanics from Carolyn Friedlander is another on my wish list. Too many good things!

  151. I like seeing the designers in their booths! Putting the face to the fabric adds a great personal connection for those of us unable to attend. Thanks!