Are you ready to see some some of my personal market finds? Here we go!
Freebie patterns from Debbie's Creative Moments Schoolhouse class
Oodles of patterns from the fabulous Carrie Nelson
These are patterns are from a designer new to me, Susan Filer
of The Pattern Place in Australia. The owl pattern is my favorite and I can't wait to make it.
Ok...these patterns by the fabulously talents Sue Garman were not purchased at market,
but at Quakertown Quilts who happens to be Sue's pattern distributor.
While at market, I was lucky enough to meet Pat Sloan and
get an autographed copy of her new book!
I also met Pearl Louise Krush at her book signing!
I can't wait to do the quilt in this book. It's too cute for words.
Now for my new favorite book hot off the press...Friendship Strips & Scraps by Edyta Sitar.
I'm not even sure you buy this book yet. If you go back to this post about market,
you'll see many of quilts in this book haning in her booth. It is definately a must have.
Now on to the fabrics...
How about a little A is for Annabelle by RJR Fabrics...two alphabet panels and coordinating fabrics.
Our family is expecting twin grandbabies soon and I thought this would be perfect for one of the babies.
Next I have Little Bear Counts from P&B Textiles which is coming out this November...
counting pannel and coordinating prints. Another good one for the twins.
Robyn Pandolph for RJR Fabrics
I tried to find more information online to share but
there's just nothing out there right now...it's that new.
Fat quarters from Hokkoh.
This fabric was new to me. It was so unusual to me that I just had to have some.
Daisies and Dots from Piece o' Cake Designs for Robert Kaufman
I have to say that this is one of my favorite new lines coming out. Don't you just love it?!
Oasis by Three Sisters for Moda
Click here to see one of the upcoming projects for this very unusual line.
And now my most favorite find...Buttercup by Fig Tree Designs for Moda!!!
This will go down as one of my absolute favorite Fig Tree lines. Go back to this post about market to see all the wonderful things Joanne made with these most awesome colors.