Quilt Market 2017 Recap - The Booths

We are back, unpacked and still recovering a bit from the excitement that is International Quilt Market! We had a blast and did something a little different this time - we had two booths! Are you ready for a photo dump? Here it comes!

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

This is our Sassafras Lane Designs booth! We were on the main aisle this year and in an amazing location! This year we bought a 10' square of turf for the carpet and revitalized the orange couch. Left to right: Cadence Court, Mapleton Avenue, Mini Focus Freeway and the Hetty HoldAll.

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Here we are on Day 1 in our Foundation fabric outfits ready to take on the world!  

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

We displayed 6 different versions of our Cadence Court quilt pattern along the left wall. The cover version hanging flat above the orange couch, the back batik version on the couch and four others hanging from a corner. Also on the couch are two pillows - one Elsie Avenue pillow and one Mini Focus Freeway pillow

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Busy at work! I spent most of my time over in the Windham booth, so every once in awhile, I popped over and took a pic of Kristy and Juli. 

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Best visitor of the show - Cloud! This little cutie had wings on for Halloween and brought smiles to everyone around her! 

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

This is my Foundation fabric area in the Windham Fabrics booth. We put every single project the three of us made for the Foundation Lookbook into this booth! 

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

On the left wall I put together a little collage above an orange shelf with some fabric and projects displayed on it. Then, we have the bag wall! We made every. single. one. of our bag patterns in Foundation and displayed them all hanging from hooks.  

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

On the back wall we displayed our Cadence Court Block-of-the-Month with Foundation swatches surrounding it to give it an extra pop! Below the quilt, we made some makeshift benches with cinderblocks and Ikea doors to display all the pillows! 

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

The right wall is our quilt wall! The Euclid Avenue is hanging on the left, the Shivaun Place on the top right and the Bourbon Street on the bottom right. The Darby Road was draped over a storage bench that is keeping the wall from falling =]. The clothing rack has the remaining three quilts draped over it - Lexington Lane, Focus Freeway and One Way. Tucked into the back corner is a form with the groovy wolf vest.  

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Pillows, pillow, pillows everywhere! We made pillows out of a bunch of patterns including our One Way, Elsie Avenue, Mini Piccadilly Circle, Darby Road, Arcadia Avenue and Hootsville Row

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

I cut up swatches of the line when I was taking pics for the brochure and decided to repurpose them into a collage wall. I mixed in pics from the lookbook and inspirational words to complete it!

Quilt Market 2017 - The Booths

Here I am on Day 1 in my Fen Dress cheesing it up in my booth! It was a lot of fun to put together! Big thank you to Kristy and Juli for all the help! This is just the first of the Quilt Market Recap posts. Stay tuned for more!

Comments

Lauren Mullarkey

Lauren Mullarkey said:

I LOVE all of your patterns. I’m just now embarking on Paradox Point with Cadence Court to follow. I also love your minis and bags. Thanks for keeping me excited about creating.

Phyllis Anderson

Phyllis Anderson said:

Sassafras Lane patterns was love at first sight! I did Paradox Point in blacks and pinks and reds for Valentine’s Day last year and have Cadence Court ready to go. Oh, and the camera mini! I am hooked

Nadine Medlin

Nadine Medlin said:

I love all of your patterns. I am in the process of selecting my first four patterns to embark on for 2018. The owl pillow is in first place!

Shannon

Shannon said:

Both of your booths were fun, cheerful and colorful!

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