Monday, July 15, 2019

Quilt Market: Windham

The Windham booth at Quilt Market Kansas City was a hip-happening place. Let me show you around. The Take Flight quilt by Natalie Crabtree and quilted by Holly Seever was such a beauty and a perfect selfie spot.


It wasn't the only butterfly in the booth though, there was also this Nature Study quilt pattern by Tamara Kate that was made up in Fantasy by Sally Kelly.


The Rapunzel's Tower quilt features Far, Far Away 2 by Heather Ross.


Using the same collection, here's Dreams and Stars.


Windham hosted numerous events that were full of inspiration. Sun Queen is shown below in Jessica VanDenburgh's Juniper.


Artisan Cotton by Another Point of View is highlighted below.


While the main booth was partitioned into tiny spaces for different collections, the amount of treasures to behold in each was astounding. For instance, check out the stall for Juniper by Jessica VanDenburgh.






Good Vibes Only by Shayla Wolf of Sassafras Lane was a technicolor rainbow of glee. Check out the blog tour for Shayla's line on her blog.









I adored this brilliant use of cork cut out to reveal underlaid piecing in the Bubba Bowling Bag.



I thoroughly enjoyed hear about the design process for The Opposite / Palette by Marcia Derse. She was so exuberant about experimenting with color and artistic mediums that hearing from her was enamoring. I was drawn into her world of exploration, paint, and play. Art journaling meets fabric in her new line.




Speaking of that, how about a charm pack giveaway? Enter below.


a Rafflecopter giveaway


Pink Lemonade by Tessie Fay, coming in October, is a sweet collection.


Shown below on the wall is Rays of Sunshine by Heidi Pridemore and Sunburst Picnic Blanket by you and Mie is hanging from the top ladder rung.


Park Avenue by Natalie Crabtree hangs from the lower rung.




Thanks for the visit. See you later for more Market fun. 

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19 comments:

  1. I have not used any ombre fabric. I follow by e-mail and bloglovin'.

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  2. I haven't used any ombre fabric either, though it seems like a practical purchase. And I follow you via Bloglovin.

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  3. I have admired ombre, but haven't had a chance (yet) to use it. I follow by bloglovin and email.

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  4. I've used ombre in a wall hanging. I also cut up an ombre and used it in blocks

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  5. I haven't worked with any ombre fabric, but, boy how great are these quilts! One day! Thank you, Susan

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  6. do you know if Take Flight quilt by Natalie Crabtree pattern is available. I searched and could not find it.

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  7. I've only worked a few times with ombre fabric. Generally, I've placed it carefully to have an ombre effect in a quilt, or I've used pieces of the ombre fabric that fit in with what I was doing, and left the rest for a different project.

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  8. I follow you via email.

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  9. I follow many of your boards on Pinterest. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. I thought, "I don't want to follow via Instagram, too, because I'd see so much repeated stuff." Then I clicked on your instagram to see whether that was true, and...yeah. I'm now following your instagram. Loved the Marcia Derse clips in there explaining her process. :)

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  11. I love Ombre fabric. I have used it in Dresden quilts, Twisted Log Cabins and lots of others.

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  12. I haven't used a lot of ombre but I did use it in a pixelated heart quilt earlier this year.

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  13. I haven't sewed with any ombre fabric, but would looooove to try!

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  14. I follow you via Bloglovin

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  15. Just finished a quilt with ombre fabric. Not my first time. Back in the day, we used to call it "gradated" fabrics, but sure...I like the word ombre. Love Marcia Derse's stuff! Pick me!! Pick me!!!

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  16. I've always wanted to use ombres but so far have not. Hopefully I'll try them some day soon! Thanks for a great drawing. And thank you for taking us on a tour of the show. Some awesome eye candy!!

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  17. I have a couple of ombre fabrics in my stash--somehwhere!--but have not tried using any yet. Organization is my downfall. : ( susanprincess at att dot net

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