These are the ones I had to leave behind....
Here we go! I failed to get a photograph of the back of my car:
packed to the ceiling!
Linda Fitch and Vanessa Stevens created this gorgeous wall using strips of
all the new fabrics from every line as well as spools of the new line of Sulky thread
created by Cotton and Steel. It was amazing.
Here Jamie and I pose (sorry the light isn't very good).
Each designer for RJR was asked to create a quilt block to be part of
this "Share A Common Thread" quilt.
Stop by again on 11/29 to see my block and how I used it in another project!
My friend Danielle Wilkes used her cutter to create the
bee and the lettering used here. I love my sign!
Here I pose with some of the wonderful objects made with Urban Artifacts.
The "Family Game Night: Parcheesi" quilt behind me will be
a kit available through RJR when the fabric begins to ship.
The other kit, "Curvaceous", will also be available through RJR...
Deborah Boschert made these fantastic Beetles!
Bugs In Boxes!
Kathy York made "Boulder Field" and it is amazing!
Allison Chambers created "Palm Springs".....
Sherri McCauley created a gorgeous Improv quilt!
Debra Barnes constructed "Shimmering Stars" and it really does shimmer!
and Gina Pina quilted it!
"Vintage Pole Lamps" was designed and constructed by me
and quilted by the amazing Jen Eskridge of Reannalily Designs!
My friend Edna Guerra created this whacky google-eyed shark baby towel
and a beautiful liner for this vintage sewing basket (complete with a built-in pincushion.
So many gorgeous pincushions! These are by Linda Kirk, Frances Holliday Alford,
and Michele Muska.
These pincushions are made by my friend Rene Martinez
Some crazy poses in the RJR Relax and Refresh lounge
Deborah Boschert at one of her book signings.
Jamie Fingal and Kathy York pose with their Mistyfuse images on packaging
I pose in front of "Cellular Service", a quilt created entirely from Cherrywood Fabrics
as an auction item for the Ovarian Cancer Quilt Project by MD Anderson
My quilt is dedicated to the memory of my dear friend, Yvonne Porcella.
Posing with my Rare Bear, "Urban Grrrl", which was auctioned off
during the Quilt Market and Festival. Sponsored by Rare Science.
It is a great cause, so check it out and consider making a bear!!
Since I spent most of my time during market in the RJR booth I didn't get away to walk the floor as much as I would have liked. Still, I saw a few things that I love!
Heather Givans created "Literary", her newest line with Windham.
Tula Pink in her booth with "Tabby Road", part of Free Spirit fabric.
Please take a peek at Part 2 of Quilt Market to see more of the beautiful objects that were featured in my display.