We're back from Quilt Market - Kirk flew home while Megan and I drove back with a little detour to Cedar Point in Sandusky Ohio to ride a few roller coasters. Megan and I both came down with a nasty cold as soon as we got back last Wednesday, and are now finally starting to feel better.
Here are a few pictures from Quilt Market: first just a little portion of the show floor - you can see us waving right in the center. To our right is the Red Rooster Booth - our "Neutral Territory" quilt is the third one over with the rust lattice strips.
And a closeup of the four bag ladies: Debbie Bowles from Maple Island Quilts, Linda Hohag from Brandywine Design, me, and Heather Mulder-Peterson from Anka's Treasures. We're in my booth posing in some of the new bags from my new book "Big bags, Little Bags". The four of us are participating in the "Minnesota Road Show" which is a teaching trunk show that travels all over the country - check at your local shop to see if it will be in your neighborhood sometime this next year.
The four of us traveled all over market together too - here are a few of our stops:
First a stop in the Brandywine Design booth where our husbands were definitely goofing off! Oh wait - that's us!
Next we popped across the aisle to model a more youthful look at the Taylor Made Designs booth.
And a stop in the Maple Island booth to freshen our lipstick. Debbie is using blue lipstick to go with her quilt in the background.
A little clowning around with a party animal - we fit right in, don't you think?
Finally, we're all pooped out so we had to rest in Heather's booth - we sat right on top of one of her quilts!
After all of that clowning around, I went back to my booth to find my kids hard at work!