PKM owes me $300.00!

When I got home from Quilt Market, I took a little time to put my feet up and wander around all the marvelous blogs out there. I started over at Pam Kitty Morning's place because she has the most extensive list of turbo cool places.

My oh my aren't you a creative bunch? I landed here (attic 24) about the time I was feeling totally inadequate which led me here (Sarah London) and her work struck a cord with me. I have made ripple afghans, granny squares and the like a lifetime ago but they looked so fresh to me! You know that I am all about colors and happy stuff. So, I visited here, bought these and maybe a little other stuff, ok quite a bit of other stuff!. I'm claiming that Pam is responsible and she owes me 300.00 for the damages!

Simply Sweet

I am totally thrilled to be able to show you the designs from our newest collection Simply Sweet for Henry Glass fabrics (it took me 3 tries but I finally got it!).

I designed this collection as a follow-on to Bubblegum Basics (so we could mix and match!). The fabrics will arrive in quilt shops in January 2010. Better run down and tell them if you think you need it!

Put on your dancin shoes, turn up the volume, press play and dream on!

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Before, after and friends

We went to Quilt Market in Houston and just got home. Thought you might like to see what the booth looks like when we get there, when we are set up, and some of the friends that stopped by.

Kind of a "bare bones" look, don't ya think?

After we wiggle our noses: Glenda in our booth.

Funnest visitors ever: Elizabeth and Pam are always willing to mug for the camera a little bit. They are making a fuss over our new fabric line "Simply Sweet" which debuted at market. The quilt behind Pam's head is our LadyBug Hug quilt featuring Simply Sweet. More about that later (the quilt and fabric, not Pam's head!). They drove to Houston from the Bay area and you can follow the adventure on their blogs.

Brenda Riddle of Acorn Quilt and Gifts standing in front of our Rose Essential quilt made from her new Celebration line from Lecien. She is just as lovely as her fabric.

This is Linda Lum DeBono who does contemporary, quick projects. She chats a mile a minute and is fun-ee!

We missed seeing Heather (Anka's treasures) and Camille (Thimbleblossom) and forgot to take pictures of about 100 other friends.

We are glad to be home and look forward to showing you all what we have been up to right after I take a much needed nap!

Later, gators!

Outta Here!

We are off to Quilt Market in Houston. Should be a good time. I will snap a few pics and send them along for you. Wish us luck!

We have left Soup-erman in charge around here. He does a pretty good job. If you have problems or questions with any anything QuiltSoup-ish, put him to work! We are featuring a couple of new pre-cuts in October's newsletter. They look like this.