We are so happy to be able to share pictures of the booth we had at International Quilt Market last weekend! Of course, Abiah was so sweet and shared some pictures with you all last week too.
Our past two booths (here and here) both had the white beadboard walls, but this time we decided to go with curtains. We hemmed drop cloths (that was fun) for our curtains, and went with a more poppy color-theme than our two previous booths.
We just can't thank FreeSpirit Fabrics and the ever-lovely Jennifer for sending us yardage of Jennifer's brand new Lucky Girl collection for our booth samples!! We had the best time sewing with them (the colors are just perfect!). And, since we received our bolts just a few days later the three of us that attended were able to have outfits to match too!
We also used some of Jennifer's Circa fabrics, as they mix perfectly with Lucky Girl.
We were delighted to introduce our brand new patterns, angelica and charlotta, at Quilt Market!
Our trips to Indiana always require some booth talk (our brothers get so bored, just ask them). So, naturally, last time was no exception. After seeing the awesome ladder our Nan and Aunt Ginger hung from our aunt's beauty shop ceiling, we knew it was the thing for our booth. We bought one while we were up in IN, and Paps and Nan brought it down when they came (aren't they the best??). We purchased burlap and lace, and intwined it across the top of our curtains and through the ladder. We loved it. Of course the ladder needed to be sawed some, which reguired a bit more work, but definitely was worth the effort.
Apphia made some darling ever-popular posies to display on a three-tiered cake stand near the front of the booth. And of course, we can't sign off without thanking our bestest friend, Jenny, for bringing us some GORGEOUS flowers to put in three blue Ball jars. We loved them!
We have loads of pictures on our Instagram page, so go there to see what we did every.single.day! It's always so much fun to get to chat with old friends, and make new ones too! (Just ask Lindsay… we stood in her book line three different times so everyone could get a signed copy…)
It goes without saying we girls had a marvelous time with Nanny and Paps, and we can never thank them enough for all they do for us! We love you two!!!
But, of course, we did leave part of our hearts at home with Mom and Abiah. We just can't wait for the next time we can all attend Quilt Market together!!!
xoxoxoApphia, Achaia, & Abigail
PS… We did buy some fabric too! We can't wait to show you!