If I wasn't me, I'd be so jealous of anyone who got to even go to quilt market, much less meet up with some of the coolest bloggers around.
It was a whirlwind of a day.
Ooogling booths and booths of fabric (without being able to buy it, such a tease - almost wish I owned a fabric shop).
I circled the Kokka/Echino booth roughly 18 times. The projects they had made up were right up my alley!
Rubbing elbows with the biggest designers. Well, I didn't rub elbows with anyone, but just stood in amazement when Vanessa and I went to talk to none other than Amy Butler herself! For all your knitters out there - Amy's coming out with a whole collection of yarn and knitting patterns! She's also got a new book on the way: Amy Butler's Style Stitches.
Anna Maria Horner was always busy interviewing for her new book whenever I strolled by.
Sandi Henderson was such a sweet person! Luckily I had just gotten her book, Sewing Bits and Pieces, and had made a few projects with one of her fabric collections Meadowsweet. (Yep, Meadowsweet 2 is on the way soon). She was so pretty and gave me some great advice, too!
I met up with Dana and we got to sit and chat about life. I was so nervous about meeting her, I mean, Dana from MADE?! wow.