Hello fabulous makers!
It’s incredible how it’s already been a week since we got back from Quilt Market! As always, it was great to spend time with our designers, see our beautiful display ideas come to life, and meet so many makers and shop owners who love AGF. This year’s Spring Quilt Market booth theme was all about the upcoming Fusions combined with our love for EPP.
The inner walls featured our new Reverie, Spices, Bachelorette, and Woodlands Fusions and we had an epic entrance with a giant EPP mandala. YES… we made giant EPP shapes! But the real fun took place in our EPP party booth where our Sewcialite, a.k.a. Mister Domestic invited people to sew a charity quilt with him (stay tuned on the blog for a post with the final quilt).
But wait until you see what our designers did to show off their beautiful new fabric collections! Since there’s so much to see, we’re going to start with three designers and later this week we’ll show you the other three. So, let’s begin!
The artistic Katarina Roccella displayed her upcoming collection Inblue. Although, she couldn’t attend the show she was there with us in spirit! Katarina took us on an adventure to Holland with her Delftware inspired designs sewn into cute hot air balloons, quilts, and bags.
To learn more about Katarina watch her interview.
Pat Bravo showcased her love for bohemian style with her Indie Boheme booth. Rich tones, flowy garments, and striking quilts filled the walls while homey decor items accentuated the essence of her collection.
To learn more about Pat watch her interview.
Maureen Cracknell’s Soulful wall brought us peace and serenity. Her wall was decorated with a delicately lit canopy surrounded by feminine garments, artful pillows, a dream catcher, and cozy quilts. Maureen definitely put soul into her wall!
To learn more about Maureen watch her interview.
I hope you all enjoyed part 1 of our Spring Quilt Market recap. Keep your eyes peeled for part 2, coming soon! Feel free to let us know in the comments what you loved about these booths. :)
Till next time!