Wednesday, October 30, 2013
One display I could not get over was the Fairfield booth. It was truly a phantasmagoria! I was told one woman created 4 sides (you are viewing one side) for this large square booth (probably 20 feet tall) by stitching blocks displaying different batting and foam products together. Keep an eye on their website - they said there would be more about how this display came together soon (click on the museum).
Here's a close-up shot.
I liked this one with a ceiling of quilt tops. We all have lots of tops - we should try this at home.
Another company had quilted panels of their solid reading fabrics. Grommets for rings held it all together.
Solids are hot. It's exciting to see solids coming out in the hues that Marcia Derse designed.
I saw leaves and circles on strings in several spots - Lotta's caught my eye.
Some folks I know will be happy to see this lovely display for a new V&A Museum line.
Last, but not least - we were hooting when we saw this one! Many of these won awards from Quilts Inc.
Posted by Deb Rowden at 5:00 AM
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Thank you, I am enjoying your market report!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Deb, I love seeing your photos of Houston. KatheReplyDelete
Pretty cool designs here!ReplyDelete
those sharks are awesome!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Deb, feel like I was there!ReplyDelete