And without further ado...Our first baby line. I'm not sure what was more fun, the fabric or the reactions to it! It seemed that something about this line touched the little girl in all of us.
With all of the comings & goings, packing & unpacking, I managed to misplace the little kitty bibs that I made for Kammie and Vickie...(you remember..."who wants to lick the beaters?") that was going to be my little inside joke with all of you. Thankfully, M2 loaned us her lightweight Janome, and Penny (yep! those are all her tote bags) helped me stitch up some new bibs for our two little mascots...Boo & Honey. The little E-M-M-A garland was made for Kimberly Jolly's little girl...The Alphabet Soup quilt was pieced by Patchwork Maven Martha Hall and quilted by Cheryl Winslow...they were a huge help to me getting ready for market...thanks girls!
Here's a view of the booth taken from the left...too bad about the patriotic color scheme at the George Brown Convention Center, eh? Also, the color in these photos is more "washed out" than the colors are in reality...I'll make sure to show you some fabric swatches sometime soon that gives you a much better representation...(Meanwhile, if anyone out there has better pictures...do not hesitate...I seem to go through this every market!)
And another view from the right...
The kitties in bibs inspired the Bears...they spelled out L-A-K-E-H-O-U-S-E
I invited some of my favorite designers to make a bib...more on them and the Bears & Bibs project next time.
Still napping every day trying to catch up on lost sleep....lots of pictures & lots more to tell!
Back in two shakes...H2