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May 24, 2012


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Don't be photo shy!!! The more the better!!! LOVE the shoes!! :-)


Looks like a fun weekend - great shoes! Is Seattle for fun or work? That's where I grew up and where my Mom lives - it's a great place but a little chilly right now - take some long sleeves :)


I have officially designated you Official Photographer of our team! Awesome photos! Can I borrow the shoe one and Lauren and Jessi booth one and the one of our booth with me and Amanda....


Your photos are fabulous! I'm just going to link to your post, since my photos are crap.

Linda in Calif.

Oh I just love all the things you've shared. If I only sew things that are super cute than I'm in luck cause Birds and Berries meets the criteria. Have fun in Seattle. (You are my side of the continent now. I'm just down the coast from you - a long way down - in Calif.)


What fun! I love all the pictures. I'm drooling over some of that fabric!


Another great Market recap. Love, love, love those matching Converse shoes!!!! Fun idea. The make and take looks like a happy place!


Great shoes! Still jealous!


There are the shoes! Finally! I love seeing them.

Beautiful booth pictures. It's fun to see how they are arranged and decorated and filled with fabric goodies. Such a great idea to do a make-and-take to draw people in.


Your matching shoes are so cute! I love seeing the booth pics with the fabrics ...so much fun!

Maggie Szafranski

Fun, Fun, Fun!


wonderful job - I see I made in quite a few of your pics!! So much fun rooming with you!!! Miss you!!


I LOVE hearing all about it, as I'm sure I'll never get to go! This just looks like too much fun!!!!


A great weekend filled with inspiration! Love those Converse shoes!

sheri (berry) mcculley

There is that amazing design team of Amanda's I had fun meeting at Q-Market. What a fab group of fabric artists!

Linda in Calif.

I'm not the least bit tired of seeing all the quilt market photos. Ooh, squealing with delight to see the fabric paint. Isn't that pretty! Lucky you to meet Pat Sloan! I just love Edyta Sitar and hope some day to make one of her quilts. (I think the first step would be to buy one of her books. LOL!)

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