Welcome to Monday everyone, and another edition of Main Crush Monday. Let me tell you, I just got home from Quilt Market a few hours ago and my head is spinning, spinning with all the…..for lack of a better word, stuff! I met so many people, learned so much, and saw gorgeous new fabric lines. It will take a bit of time to process and I’ve taken lots of notes to help keep my head on straight. And talk about MCM – I have enough to crush on for the next month!
As promised, I took plenty of pictures and I’ll be sharing them here with you over the next few days. So let’s get started with what I’m crushing on this week!
One of the coolest patterns I saw at Market was Alphabet Soup by Julie of Jaybird Quilts. All the letters and numbers can be made with no Y seams and can be used individually or together to form any words/sayings you want. Very, very cool and I can’t wait to get my own copy of Alphabet Soup.
See that Cooking Cutter quilt on the left? It’s a new pattern being released in addition to the Alphabet Soup book. It was difficult to get a good picture of the booth because there were so many people there – it was a popular booth!
Look at this banner! I want to make one for my sewing room, as well as personalized ones for my baby niece and nephews.
When I saw the Hello Jane fabric line by Allison of Cluck, Cluck Sew, I knew I had to have it. I have a client who wants a quilt using aqua, teal, and purples and Allison’s line will be perfect. I was able to bring home a bundle of these fabrics and I’m excited to start sewing with them, they are so lovely!
Here’s a pic of part of the Cluck, Cluck Sew booth:
And here is one of me being a
stalker, um, fan with Allison: 🙂
Another fabric line I wanted to see in person was Gingham Girls by Amy Smart. It did not disappoint!
I didn’t get a picture of the pattern used for the bag shown below, but I wanted to share it with you because I love the way it looks in these fabrics. I’m sure I can find the pattern name/maker by checking out the Riley Blake blog. If you find it before I do please share it with us. It’s so darn cute, I want to make one for myself!
And of course I had to grab a picture with the designer herself….
See how Amy looked right at the camera lens and I was spacing out somewhere?? It’s hard to remember to look in the right spot when taking a selfie!
Okay, I have lots more to show you but it will have to wait; I don’t want this post to be overly long. After all, this is MCM and I want to see the projects YOU are working on.
Please share with us what has you excited to be in your sewing space. You can link any blog post, Instagram or Flickr pic – here’s how: