Little bookshelf that used to be brown. You can't see it here, but I backed it with our Speckles in Grass fabric and it's really cute (better image below). Wish we had a dollar for every time we had to tell people that Geninne's Peacock print was not really that large, though secretly we wish they were! So dramatic. The Monsterz chevron panel on the left was sewn by friend and designer Alexia Abegg. PS- all of our printed panels- our logo, peacocks and the Ed Emberley wall were printed by our friends at Spoonflower.
Above, you can see the grand wall of Ed Emberley! It was very eye-catching and so many people walked by and smiled. Most people couldn't just walk by, though, and we were happy to show them the entire range. Happy Drawing! was a great success. I brought my *autographed!* copy of Drawing Book of Animals and it was passed around the booth with great excitement.
This is the first time we've had this much to offer and we could tell that we impressed many buyers and many commented on how far we've come since our first show only 2 years ago. Speaking of buyers... just a note that many of us exhibitors would like to pass on: Please tell your local quilt shops when you want a collection (any collection from any company!). Not all shops attend market or are in tune with all that goes on the internet... your voice has a major influence on what gets noticed and stocked, so be sure to make verbal requests. Or let us know if you know a shop that might like to hear directly from us. Gina will be on the phone in no time.
(above)You can catch a glimpse of the Miscellany fabric in Lizzy House's Midnight At the Oasis quilt- another stunner. This one was pieced by our talented Jaclyn and quilted by Angela Walters. When I get this back (crate is currently in transit) I'll take more pictures of all the quilts up close and personal. You can also see here one of my floor poufs, two ADORABLE little Monsterz pillows made from the border print Adventurez and our luxe selection of Miscellany pillows Jaclyn sewed up a while back.
Thanks Katy for the loan of the images!