We got off to a rather rocky start.
Annette forgot her cell phone, I forgot my list of appointments and if that weren't enough I forgot my flat iron. So there we were, communications compromised, no clue where to go and who to see, all while having a bad hair day. Thanks to Bill we were able to recreate our list and hopefully didn't miss any appointments. Unfortunately Bill couldn't help me with my hair issues.
29 aisles and 2900 booths.
Here are some of today's highlights.
We are huge fans of Riley Blake and they did not disappoint us. There was inspiration at every turn.
Sarah Jane is a new designer for Micheal Miller. Her little boys prints were so sweet.
This is another new designer for Michael Miller, Emily Herrick. We loved the fun prints in her first collection, Going Coastal.
Crabapple Hill is always a treat.
Speaking of treats. Here is Jillily Studio. They were serving these tiny ice cream cones with their quilts. We'll be visiting them again tomorrow.
Here's the always lovely Amy Butler
Anna Maria Horner
Jennifer Paganelli, Erin McMorris and Jenean Morrison.
New fabrics by Kokka - Far Far Away by Heather Ross
and Pam Vieira-McGinnis from Pam Kitty Morning. You've asked for her fabrics and boy are you getting them. Sometimes it's just so hard to choose and when there isn't a bad print in the group there is but one thing to do. You just buy them all. We hope to have Pam in the store in the fall for a Pam Kitty Morning event. Go here to put in a good word for me. K?
Here's me and Annette in the Kona booth. We do "heart" our yummy Kona solids at Strawberry Patches!
This is a new designer for Robert Kaufman, Amanda Murphy. We loved her bright collection Veranda and will be having a trunk show in September with kits for several of her quilts.
This strip quilt by Cozy Quilts is done in Robert Kaufman's new and much needed light batik precuts. We'll have kits for this in the early fall.
I'll leave you with a few shots of our Thursday afternoon in Park City.
Oh, and just in case you were wondering,
they do serve alcohol in Utah.
Encourage one another,