WELCOME TO MINNEAPOLIS
I found this photo online and it is a beautiful and
artistic shot of a wonderful city!So after MONTHS of working hard designing, quilting, writing, editing, photographing, packaging, and packing, the day finally arrives:)
Here is my booth, with sign, showing me the way to my home away from home for the next few days! You can see the many booths beyond me....
To the right, Bird Brain Designs and one of the fabric companies.
To the left, Quilting (magazines, etc.) and of course you can see the Giant NORTHCOTT box in front of us:)
Our entry to quilting magic!Above and Below, NESTLINGS by Robin displaying all new baby quilt designs including spring frogs and baby bottle rockets. In addition to babies, we have a new BOM of shoes...one for every month.
GET PUMPED buttons to spread the word about the most comfortable shoes you will ever own:)
This group of booth mates should look familiar to you by now. Have friends will travel and they actually like to be near me too:)
Go figure...We try to be near one another at Market since we usually travel alone and may have to go to the bathroom at some point! (NO, I don't mean we need other women to come to the bathroom with us:)
Meet Susan Marth of Suzn Quilts. Her booth bloomed in Dresden Plates this year. I know we shouldn't covet but, oh man do I want that quilt directly behind her! I may have to make one in Red for myself:)Here is Celine Perkins of Perkins Dry Goods. She has a fun way of using traditional designs and making them her own. Look at how cute that Christmas pattern on the table is...reminds me of Christmas Crackers.
Susan Knapp of The Quilt Branch with her booth mate Karen. Some really neat designs going on over here including a bag so big you can pack for days in it! Who doesn't need one of those??
Have you met Cheryl? THE Cheryl Sleboda! She stopped by and she is too cute which matches her web name: Muppin:))))
When in Minneapolis......We had the opportunity to eat at a local landmark that will unfortunately be closing: Nye's Polonaise Wow, the whole atmosphere takes you back including these cool glass lamps. Delicious food too. I had a polish soup that was so comforting that I could have eaten a whole pot!
I hope you enjoyed Part 1...stay tuned for part 2:)