So sorry I did not blog during market - just too darn tired.
I'm sure all of you attending market noticed the bags under my eyes.
The ones big enough to sack a weeks worth of groceries.
The whole market is a blur to me.
Our booth went up fairly quickly.
Can you guess which item received the most attention?
Was it this quilt featuring the panel from the Lollipop line?
Abby drew the picture on the easel - just like she drew when she was little.
Was it the quilt using a Lollipop Layer Cake™ with a dimensional flower?
Was it this "leaving the crib going to a big bed" quilt?
Or was it this quilt made with a Lollipop Jelly Roll™?
Look closely - the dresser is made out of cardboard boxes and fabric bolts.
Although there was much interest in these quilts - the question most ask was "where did you get the couch?"
My spiffed up Ikea couch.
It is very easy to do.
You will need.
Sandy solids fabrics (I used 6 colors)
Heavy Heat n' Bond
Olfa Circle Cutter
Markers to match you fabrics
Iron big squares of Heat'n Bond onto fabrics.
Using the circle cutter cut circles ranging in size form 4"-2".
Cut out circles.
Iron circles onto couch.
Using the matching markers, draw two circles around each dot.
Moda was introducing this nifty machine called the Slicer,
demonstrated by Debbie Duckworth.
Wouldn't these shapes be fun ironed on a couch?
Since market was so close to home, the family drove up to view the craziness.
Moda as usual had an awesome booth styled after an antique doll house.
Did I get any pictures - of course not. Falls under the category of sleep deprived.
Liesl from Oliver + S (Moda's newest designer) took some great pictures which are posted on her blog. Check it out.
Are you all wondering where I left my purse this market???
I sat it down in Gudrun's booth and walked away without it.
Sandy's purse left behind - another market now complete.
From my heart,