Hello there! We’re pleased to be back in the studio again after our quick jaunt to Quilt Market. I’m sure you’ll be seeing lots of blog posts from the show and may even grow tired of hearing about it over the next week. But many of you are eager to see some photos, so I thought I would do a little show and tell before we dig into all the follow-up work that awaits us.
To those shops and buyers who attended the show, thank you for dropping by! We are so inspired by all your excitement about the our new fabric collection, about the response you’re getting from our sewing patterns, and by the feedback you’ve given us. We’re feeling energized by you and hope that we’ve inspired you in return.
Let me start by showing you a photo from after the show, when we were all packing up the booths and getting ready to leave. This is one of the vintage doll houses that inspired Moda’s booth.
I’ve really enjoyed working with Moda and can’t say enough good things about the company and the people. They are an extremely talented and professional group. And before I show you their booth, I want to highlight a few details from it that feature the doll house theme:
Cute, yes? See all that attention to detail? You know how much I love all that. Not only was the booth designed to look like a giant doll house, but the tables and chairs all looked like grass with a picket fence surrounding it! And the little red wagons filled with ginger snap cookies. Well, it’s all just too cute.
So now I’m sure you’d like to see how it all looks together, right? From where we stood, it’s quite an impressive display. (Click to enlarge the photo for full effect, taken during a quiet moment near the end of the show.)
I enjoyed getting to know many of the salespeople, learned a great deal from them, and enjoyed being part of the entire process. It was also wonderful to meet and get to know many of the other Moda designers.
And now that you’ve seen the terrific people with whom I am so proud to be working, here is our little corner of the show:
There will be lots more to show and tell about, but I’ll leave you with that for the time being and will be back soon with additional photos and information. I hope you’ll be inspired, too!