Sunday, November 6, 2011

Back from market

Salt Air by Cosmo Cricket

So, I'm back from market a week now, and with being thrown right into a crazy (rainy) Halloween with the kids and then a crazy work week at the day job, I haven't had time to stop for a moment and even think about it, much less blog about it.

And here's the thing: I didn't take any pictures. Not a single one. I didn't even bring my camera. Go ahead, call for my blogger card to be revoked.

That's OK though, because Katy is doing a FABULOUS job blogging all about Quilt Market. Besides, she's cooler, smarter, and wittier than I am -- not to mention her kick-ass camera that takes way better pictures than mine -- so her posts are sure to be more entertaining than anything I could write. And since she and I were pretty much joined at the hip (along with our other Fat Quarterly partner in crime, Tacha), Katy's stories and observations are pretty much the same things that I would write anyway.

So go ahead, check out Katy's posts -- it'll be like you were there, hanging out with us the whole time:
... with more to come, I believe.

Salt Air by Cosmo Cricket

I will leave you all with a picture of something I was able to grab at sample spree. My bags came home noticeably lighter than from prior markets -- my stash simply can't handle much more until I actually start sewing with some of what I have -- but I couldn't resist this fat quarter bundle of Salt Air, a new fabric collection by Cosmo Cricket for Moda. I love it. I really, really do.

Here is a picture of some of the quilts that Moda had hanging in their booth, made from the line:

cosmo cricket/Moda
Photo by Katy, of course.

My only other acquisition from sample spree was a fat eighth bundle of Aneela's new line, A Walk in the Woods. It's fantastic. Foxes -- gah! Photos soon.

6 comments:

  1. Don't blame you for bringing that one home; its gorgeous!

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  2. Salt Air is my favorite line from the quilt market pictures I've seen so far. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

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  3. I agree, my favorite so far has been Salt Air. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. No need to chastise yourself for the absence of the camera. It is good to share the responsibilities and savor the moments away from a camera too.

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  5. it was so nice to meet you at market!

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  6. j'aime beaucoup cette couette !

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