Spring 2016 Quilt Market in Salt Lake City June 01 2016, 0 Comments
Our long holiday weekend is over and we are finally starting to feel recovered from Quilt Market. We had a lot going on this year and we can’t wait to share some photos with you.
The weekend started off with our schoolhouse presentations. First, we talked about using solid fabrics with our quilt patterns for an American Made Brand presentation. Our amazing friend and talented quilter, Juli Kieny, made all the quilts for this talk. Here are some action shots - I will share close ups of all the amazing quilts later! Photos by the lovely Dorie Hruska.
Next was our schoolhouse presentation with Dear Stella. We discussed using their unique lines and basics to create fun a modern quilts with our patterns. Here are some photos Jessica Stern took while we shared our quilts!
Now to the booth photos! We had 6 new full-size patterns and 6 new mini quilts to display this year, so our booth was definitely filled to the brim. Here are some of our favorite photos.
We didn't bring our orange couch this year, but we did bring a new table, pipe displays, a christmas tree and a diagonal bar to display our mini quilts on.
My dad put together the perfect table to display quilts and take orders on. We placed our brochures and business cards on one end and some of our Mel's Mats made by Juli Kieny on the other.
We have a brand new tree skirt and table topper pattern - Kringle Crossing - and displayed it with a funky leaning Christmas tree. It was a funny display that caught some attention!
On one wall, we had all 4 animals included in our new Sammy's Safari pattern displayed. Those cute little guys made everyone smile!
On the other wall, we displayed our new Baker Street, Hootsville Row and Privet Drive quilts under our Sass sign. Along the bottom we displayed alternate versions of Baker Street, Privet Drive and Kringle Crossing. We also rolled up the 4 animal quilts from Zoey's Zoo and a few others in a log holder.
We used chalkboard signs to give a little info about each pattern and encourage questions.
The carpet this year was a nice teal color that played nicely with our booth and made it much easier to take photos around the show! This was the view from the main aisle down the show. We love the Salt Lake City Convention Center and really enjoyed this Quilt Market!
Pattern detail posts will be coming soon! Thanks for stopping by!