Friday, May 28, 2010

Well . . . This will be fun!





My box arrived from Quilt Market ! YAY !

I shipped home my purchases as well as those heavy catalogs, much better than lugging them on the plane . . . but it was a test for my patience knowing what treasures I'd bought only to wait for their arrival!
Much of Quilt Market is not geared towards my business...BUT...much of it does fit!
Just look at these colors . . . . amazing threads fromValdani & Weeks Dye Works. Luscious wools from,Primitive Gatherings, Hooked On Rugs & The Wool Den. I even found a few lovely pieces of early "turkey red" and "indygo blue" fabrics and some amazing silk covered French buttons!

Looks like I'm gearing up for Patriotic and Halloween pieces and I can't wait!!

Enjoy,
Lori Ann

6 comments:

Heidi Steiner said...

Oh YUMMY!
What fun you'll have whipping up magic with these lovely wools and cottons.
Heidi

Lori said...

oh boy...you're in trouble now!
please share ALL of your creations with us!
love your color choices, by-the-by...

oh, & YES I wsh you could come here for the show in September...maybe next year??

Blessed be, busy friend...
Lori from Notforgotten Farm

Debora said...

Oh, it's all lovely! You must be tickled pink that it arrived--Christmas all over. :-) Thank you for telling where some of the beautiful things are from; I'm on the lookout for high-quality fabrics and notions, especially since I've been inspired in a few new directions of late and have no clue where to look!

The French Bear said...

Oh how sweet.....it will be fun to see what you do with the buttons!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

tj said...

...Oh girl, you made yourself quite a smashing lil' haul there! What beautiful, beautiful colors too! :o)

...I can't wait to see the treasures you will create with this!

...Blessings... :o)

Kona Bay Fabrics Blog said...

Hi Lori Ann -

Thanks for blogging about your Quilt Market activities!

As a vendor at Quilt Market, I do not always get out and look at all the beautiful booths so thanks for sharing!!

That's pretty cool you let your readers know what went on!!


Douglas Eagleson
President, Kona Bay Fabrics

http://www.konabay.com