It’s finally time to wrap up our Fall Market 2008 series! It was wonderful to see all of our friends as always, and we’re also anxious to show you everything that’s on the way to Fat Quarter Shop.
And now, a drum roll for the winner of the Mystery Booth contest…
Lucky number 72, Barbara!
This is hard but…..
1. Fig Tree
4. Me & My Sister
5. Sandy Gervais
6. Kansas Troubles
7. Bunny Hill
I hope that I got at least one of these right…….
And now you are dying to know the right answers, I’m sure 🙂 I was dying to show you all these photos!!
#1 was a toughie…Lecien!
They’ve got some cute new cuts called Sushi Rolls!
#2 was Debbie Beaves of The Violet Patch, in the RJR block. This quilt is from her Charlotte collection.
#3 was Darlene Zimmerman of the Clothesline Club for Robert Kaufman. If you look closely there on the table, you can see one of her project sheets for 2009!
#4 was Me and My Sister Designs for Moda. Bright happy colors as usual! Their booth features their new upcoming line, Oh-Cherry-Oh.
#5 was Pieces from My Heart for Moda. Well, half of it, really. This half shows her Objects of Desire collection. She set it up like a shoe store, so cute and original! The other half showcases her newest Americana line, Zippity Doo Dah.
#6 was Kansas Troubles Quilters, also for Moda. Wildflower Serenade II is the follow-up to Wildflower Serenade, equally rich and colorful. We’ve got a Mystery Club in the works for this, debuting maybe….this Friday perhaps ;P. (Hint hint, are you signed up for our newsletter?)
Finally, #7 was Anne Sutton’s Bunny Hill Designs booth. Check out that beautiful Autumn Houses quilt!
Congrats to our winner, and stay tuned for more contests and interviews!
Congratulations, Barbara! This was a tough one, but fun!
Yay – Congrats, Barbara, hope we’ll get to see whatever it is you make with it!! It was wonderful to see all the pictures and posts you gals made at the market. Yep – I knew it was Leicien on the first one, of course it was after scouring thru all the beautiful other pics near the end, LOL!!! I agree, it was fun.
Wow!!!! I can’t believe this….amazing!!! It was hard to firgure out some of those shops and I was so surprised to find out that I actually had some of them right!! Lots of fun. B
congratulations, Barbara. This one was tough, I finally gave up and decided I didn’t want to stretch my brain any further. It was fun however!
I am so excited about finding your website & your blog. I am a beginning quilter, and love all the fabrics that you offer. These pics are gorgeous!