I didn't have my own booth at this Market, but went with the Kansas City Star to help promote their 2010 BOM "Across the Wide Missouri" by Edie McGinnis and myself. We designed it together and each of us is doing a version of the quilt out of the Brannock/Patek fabric line "Blessings". Here we all are in the booth - Doug Weaver, Diane McClendon (yellow dress), me and Edie.
Sandy Gervais booth was over the top as usual. She didn't include the kitchen sink but she brought the stove.
Two walls in the Minick/Simpson booth. I just love their fabric and didn't win the rug by Polly. Darn! Kathy Schmidt won one though and she was really excited about it. I'm just learning to email back on the blogs - sometimes I can do it, other times not. I gave up and answered Polly's comments on my page about my Girl Gang jacket. Many thanks, Polly in case I was too late for you to read it.
Lynne's booth - Kansas Troubles latest line "Vine Creek". I'm using some of her fabric in the 2009 Girl Gang - along with "Blessings", of course.
Lizzie B was across the aisle from us and got "Most Creative" booth. Very nice ladies. And the elves that live in their tree made great chocolate chip cookies! I just finished the last one from the care package they gave each of us when we left. Many thanks girls. You meet the nicest people in the quilting business.
We made Doug Weaver of the KC Star an "honorary Girl" and here he is signing my Girl Gang jacket. Mark Dunn of Moda is the other honorary girl on the jacket. I have a lot of fun with it.
Kathy Dunn and Carolyn Moffitt from Quilting Passions shop in Hasting, MI wore their Girl Gang Jackets to Market and were nice enough to let me take their pictures. I signed their jackets on the front. If you're a Gang shop and haven't somehow gotten the patterns for the applique for the jacket (everyone gets their own jacket - either from the shop or elsewhere) go to the website and email Tara to send one. They're free if you're a Gang shop and they're really lots of fun.